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11. Marquesan tattoos are the same for men and women. 12. The goal of the performance of the Ghost Dance, which developed in the nineteenth century, was to transport Native Americans to an ideal, pre-European-contact world filled with buffalo herds. 13. The word mana refers to the idea that sacred art and.
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31. The Greek Orders are:                          . 32. The architect who designed the Milwaukee Art Museum (fig. 14.54) is                          . 33. A(n)                           is a curved triangular element that transfers weight from a dome to a supporting cube in a more unified manner than earlier architecture.
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21. Stonehenge (fig. 15.3) is a(n)                          , or “circle of stones,” that is located on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England. 22. Because the Egyptians believed in an afterlife they practiced                           to preserve the body. 23. A(n)                           is a stepped tower that is.
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21. The term                             means “hunter” in the Kongo. 22. The Otobo (Hippo) Masquerade (fig. 22.10) was created by the contemporary artist                          . 23. The                           are a people of Nigeria known for their many and varied arts, such as the Royal Head from Ife (fig. 22.5). 24. The.
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11. The pagoda is a type of Chinese religious architecture. 12. Katsushika Hokusai was a Chinese artist of the Southern Song Dynasty. 13. Jade was imported into China from Siberia and Central Asia. 14. Haniwa figures were made to surround Japanese tombs. 15. The Ming began the building of the Forbidden.
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1. I.M. Pei designed the                          , which his son Sandi Pei built in 1990. A.  Sydney Opera House B.  Robie House C.  Bank of China D.  St. Mark’s, Venice E.  Great Wall of China 2.                           is the architect of the Milwaukee Art Museum (fig. 14.54). A. .
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1. The Night Café (fig. 24.28) was painted by                           in 1888. A.  Rembrandt van Rijn B.  Vincent Van Gogh C.  Paul Cézanne D.  Peter Paul Rubens E.  Caspar David Friedrich 2. Gustave Courbet?s Burial at Ornans (fig. 24.11) is a(n) A.  Romantic B.  Impressionist C.  Neoclassical D. .
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1. The Gherkin is a nickname given to the                           designed by Norman Foster. A.  Louvre Pyramid B.  Lever House C.  Swiss Re Building D.  “Fallingwater” E.  Seagram Building 2. Mark Rothko painted in the                           style. A.  Abstract Expressionist B.  Color Field C.  Photorealist D.  Graffiti E. .
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21. Glass is made by heating                           until it melts into a liquid that can be shaped. 22.                           is the Greek god of the forge. 23. An anonymous artist produced a(n)                           or private study for Federico da Montefeltro, an Italian Renaissance ruler. 24. A Greek                           is.
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11. The graffiti paintings of                          , such as Hollywood Africans (fig. 26.22), were inspired by the underclass of the urban New York City scene. A.  Richard Estes B.  Duane Hanson C.  Jean-Michel Basquiat D.  Robert Smithson E.  Eva Hesse 12. The Dinner Party (fig. 26.13) by Judy.
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11. Peter Paul Rubens was an Italian Baroque painter. 12. The Federal style is associated with Post-Revolutionary America. 13. Hyacinthe Rigaud created an image of Louis XIV—the “Sun King”—in 1701. 14. The watch is a traditional symbol of eternity. 15. The work of Michelangelo Merisi garnered many followers who are.
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31. The photographic portrait, Édouard Manet (fig. 24.14), was created by                          . 32. The Guaranty Building (fig. 24.18) and other skyscrapers utilized the elevator, designed by                           . 33. The Interpretation of Dreams, published in 1899, was written by                          . 34. Thomas Cole?s A View of.
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1. The painter of Sleep and Death Carrying Sarpedon from the Battlefield (fig. 16.1) is named                           . A.  Euthymides B.  Euphronios C.  the Brygos Painter D.  Exekias E.  the Meidias Painter 2. The Sarcophagus from Cerveteri (fig. 16.15) was created by the                             . A.  Greeks B.  Romans C. .
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1. One of Antoine  Watteau?s best-known works, the Return from Cythera (fig. 19.25), is in the                            style. A.   Baroque B.  Rococo C.  Renaissance D.  Mannerist E.  none of the above 2. Pope Urban VIII appointed                           as the official architect of Rome University. A.  Caravaggio B.  Gianlorenzo.
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11. Napoleon Visiting the Plague Hospital at Jaffa (fig. 24.3) was painted by the Romantic artist                           . A.  Caspar David Friedrich B.  Antoine-Jean Gros C.  Thomas Cole D.  Théodore Géricault E.  Francisco Goya 12. James McNeill Whistler adhered to the Aesthetic Movement that believed in the philosophy of                          .
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1. Umberto Boccioni?s Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (fig. 25.4) is a work in the            style. A.  Surrealist B.  Futurist C.  Fauvist D.  Suprematist E.  Constructivist 2. Umberto Boccioni?s Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (fig. 25.4) is a                          . A.  sculpture B.  painting C.  .
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1. The piece Jenny Holzer created for the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis (fig. 13.23) is a(n)                            work. A.  relief B.  site-specific C.  both A and B D.  both B and E E.  installation 2. The Greek work,                          , is a bronze sculpture made.
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21. Arshile Gorky?s given name was Vosdanik Adoian, which he changed after arriving in the United States from Turkey. 22. Eva Hesse is considered a Post-Minimalist because her work contains autobiographical content in addition to non-figurative and non-representational forms. 23. Robert Rauschenberg?s combines are works in the Abstract.
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21. In                           woodblock prints Mt. Fuji is often displayed. 22.                             was imported to China from Siberia and Central Asia. 23. Shihuangdi used                           workers to create a large part of the Great Wall (fig. 14.1). 24. On a Mountain Path (fig. 21.10) is a Song Dynasty.
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31. The Isenheim Altarpiece (fig. 18.36) by Matthias Grünewald was made for a monastery that treated patients suffering from skin diseases, especially                          . 32. The High Renaissance began in the late fifteenth-century with the work of                          . 33. In 1348 the                           that killed one-third .
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31. The Emperor Constantine issued the                           in A.D. 313, which mandated tolerance of all religions. 32. The Etruscans are known for their use of the medium                          , with which they created such images as the Sarcophagus from Cerveteri (fig. 16.15). 33.                           is a term used to.
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21. Grayson Perry creates ceramics that draw on Chinese styles. 22. The Sarcophagus from Cerveteri (fig. 16.15) was created by the Greeks. 23. Iktinos and Kallikrates are the architects of the Parthenon (fig. 16.4). 24. The Roman basilica was used for commerce, as a public hall, and as a law.
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31. Wassily Kandinsky was one of the founders of                           group of Expressionist artists in Munich. 32. The                             in Bear Run, Pennsylvania, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. 33. The Ash Can School, as reflected by John Sloan?s McSorley’s Bar (fig. 25.12), shows working-class life in the.
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21. Nanni di Banco?s Sculptors at Work (fig. 13.2) was created using a(n)                           process. 22. The Warrior from Riace (fig. 13.8), although found off the coast of southern Italy, was made by a sculptor from the country of                          . 23. The Senufo traced their lineage through.
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31. The ruler                           was the first Indian emperor to embrace Buddhism. 32. The structure at Borobodur, Java is a(n)                             . 33. A(n)                           is an enlightened being who delays buddhahood in order to help others attain nirvana. 34.                           are stories of the Buddha?s past lives. . 35..
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11. A ziggurat is a Near Eastern building type. 12. Cuneiform is the system of writing of the ancient Egyptians. 13. The Pyramid Texts were hieroglyphics carved on the interior walls of ancient Egyptian tombs. 14. Naramsin was an Akkadian ruler. 15. Nefertiti was married to Tutankhamon. 16. The Venus of.
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21. The Picture Stone (fig. 17.21) was created by the                           culture. 22. In 786, the southern Spanish at Córdova were conquered by the                          , who brought the Islamic religion with them. 23. Old St. Peter?s (figs. 17.2, 17.3, and 17.4) is longitudinal, which means it possesses a(n)                24..
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21. The malanggan are Melanesian                          . 22. The Transformation Mask (fig. 23.19) was created by the                           people of the Northwest Coast. 23. The British explorer                           visited the Pacific region in the eighteenth century. 24. The Olmec Head from La Venta (fig. 23.12) is thought to represent.
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11. The Kuosi Society of the Cameroonian Bamileke culture is known for its lavish masquerades. 12. At Djenne in Mali is a large Catholic Cathedral. 13. The “punitive expedition” refers to 1897 British retaliation against the Benin for the killing of British officials during an ancestor festival. 14. Sokari Douglas Camp.
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1. The                           are known for their Cyclopaean masonry. A.  Minoans B.  Akkadians C.  Neo-Sumerians D.  Mycenaeans E.  Assyrians 2. The Palette of Narmer (fig. 15.14) is a work made by the ancient                          . A.  Babylonians B.  Egyptians C.  Persians D.  Neo-Babylonians E.  .
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1. Great Zimbabwe (fig. 22.13) was created by the                           people. A.  Yoruba B.  Shona C.  Bamileke D.  Benin E.  Fang 2.                           was a Bamum monarch of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. A.  Ewuare B.  Oduduwa C.  Olowe D.  Nano Diko Pim III.
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21. Suprematism was a Russian art style developed by Kasimir Malevich. 22. The New York Ash Can School derives it name from its characteristic subject matter: chimney sweepers. 23. The Bauhaus was founded by Vladimir Tatlin in 1919. 24. Man Ray manipulated photographs to create Surrealist imagery. 25. The Fauves were.
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11. Polykleitos created the                             or Spearbearer (fig. 16.3) around 420 B.C. A.  Moschophoros B.  Kouros C.  Doryphoros D.  Kore E.  Diskobolos 12. The Laocöon Group (fig. 16.12) was created in the                           style. A.  Roman B.  Hellenistic C.  Greek Classical D.  Archaic E.   Etruscan.
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11. The Indian yakshi—seen on the toranas at the Sanchi Stupa (fig. 20.8)—is a                           goddess. A.  sky B.  moon C.  water D.  tree E.   fire 12. The face of                           is depicted on the temple façade of the Bayon Temple (fig. 20.19) at Angkor Thom. A.  .
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11. The House of the Silver Wedding (fig. 14.13), located in                          , utilizes the barrel vault. A.  Pompeii B.  Tarquinia C.  Rome D.  Ravenna E.   Palmyra 12. The slight bulge in the shaft of a Greek column is called                             . A.  metope B.  .
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11. The Mannerist artist                           wrote biographies of artists that were first published in 1550 under the title Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects. A.  Giorgio Vasari B.  Titian C.  Michelangelo D.  Raphael E.  Giorgione 12. The German artist                           became court painter to Emperor.
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1. Malanggan are                          . A.  wedding dances B.  birthday celebrations C.  anniversary parties D.  funerary rites E.  school lessons 2. Monument 3 (fig. 23.16) represents a ballplayer of the ancient                           culture. A.  Incan B.  Mayan C.  Moche D.  Paracas E.  Aztec 3. The.
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1. Gothic cathedrals often contain                             : decorative, abstract designs. A.  clerestory B.  nave C.  narthex D.  ambulatory E.  tracery 2. The Moors of North Africa conquered                           around A.D. 786. A.  England B.  part of Spain C.  Germany D.  France E.  none of the above 3..
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11. Glass Tears (Larmes) (fig. 25.26) is a photograph by                          . A.  Walker Evans B.  Alfred Stieglitz C.  Dorothea Lange D.  Man Ray E.  Arthur Rothstein 12. The term                          , used to refer to an early twentieth-century French Expressionist group, means “wild beasts.” A.  nabis B. .
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21. Élisabeth Vigée-Lebrun created Marie Antoinette á la Rose (fig. 19.26), wife of                           of France. 22. The watch was used by Baroque and Rococo artists to symbolize                          . 23. Diego Velázquez completed Las Meninas (figs. 19.10 and 19.11) in 1656, but painted in the emblem of the                          .
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1. Kamakura warriors came under the influence of a meditative form of Buddhism called            imported from China. A.  Dao B.  Chan C.  Confucius D.  Laozi E.   Ming 2. The Great Vairocana Buddha (fig. 21.5) dates to the                             Dynasty. A.  Tang B.  Ming C.  Song D.  Qin E. .
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1. The stories of the Buddha?s past lives are called                             . A.  mudras B.  jakatas C.  toranas D.  sikharas E.  mandalas 2.                           painted Akbar Restrains Havai (fig. 20.20). A.  Shah Jahan B.  Gautama Siddhartha C.  Howard Hodgkin D.  Basavan E.   Ashoka.
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21. Giotto was a fourteenth-century Flemish painter. 22. A condottiere is a mercenary soldier. 23. Robert Campin?s Merode Altarpiece (fig. 18.21) is a diptych. 24. Matthias Grünewald was a Northern Renaissance painter who created the Isenheim Altarpiece 25. The Medici was a Florentine banking family. 26.                           is the.
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