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1. The fountain in the shape of a(n)                          , created by Gianlorenzo Bernini, depicts the Nile, Ganges, Danube, and Plata rivers to proclaim Catholic dominion throughout the world. A.  barge B.  petal C.  obelisk D.  square E.  circle 2. The Akan royal stool?s (fig. 4.17) form.
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31. The stained glass of Chartres Cathedral dates to the Middle Ages. Answer: T 32. Mosaic uses pieces of painted wood embedded into a surface. Answer: F 33. Matisse adopted pâpiérs-collé early in his career. Answer: F 34. Elizabeth Murray uses the traditional media of oil and watercolor in new ways. Answer: T 35..
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31. Asian artists, such as Fan K?uan who created Landscape in the 10th century A.D., use              perspective to achieve a sense of depth on the two-dimensional surface. 32. The Nude Descending a Staircase (fig. 5.28) by                           is a work whose goal is to create “a static representation of.
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21. The                           was created in 1969 by Harley Davidson. 22. A sculptured likeness of a person is called a(n)                          . 23. The                           believed in self-sufficient, isolated communities that did not include the use of a lot of technology. 24. The artist                           created the Ball,.
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1. The Liberation of Aunt Jemima (fig. 3.28) by                             is a work that protests racial discrimination in America. A.  Faith Ringgold B.  Emanuel Leutze C.  Betye Saar D.  Diego Velàzquez E.  Hans Holbein the Younger 2. These people create sand paintings as part of healing rituals. A.  Navajo B. .
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1. The wandjina or “cloud spirits” are created by the                            people to represent the Dreamtime. A.  Indian B.  Aboriginal C.  European D.  Asian E.  African 2. The Roman writer                           tells of the invention of sculpture by a Corinthian potter. A.  Tacitus B.  .
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1. Cone mosaics were commonly used in                          . A.  America B.  Germany C.  Mesopotamia D.  England E.  France Answer: C 2. The painter of the Migration Series, whose Self-Portrait is illustrated as fig. 9.11, was                          . A.  Morris Louis B.  Jacob Lawrence C.  Elizabeth.
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31. At the Egyptian temple of Luxor a row of                           lead one to the trapezoidal temple wall known as a pylon. 32. Little Big Picture (fig. 6.7) was made by the Pop artist                          . 33. The Egyptian work Senwosret-senbefni and his Wife (fig. 6.16) presents the king.
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31. Henri Cartier-Bresson emphasized the idea of the                          . 32. Untitled (Triple) (fig. 11.23) by                           is a digital photograph. 33. The                           is an effect created in the darkroom that reverses the expected tones of a print. 34.                           created an advertising image for Douglas.
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11. Coquette (fig. 11.3) was produced by                           in 1898. A.  Anna Atkins B.  Henri Cartier-Bresson C.  Charles Berg D.  Nadar E.  Henry Fox Talbot 12. This photographer of President Lincoln at Sharpsburg (fig. 11.13) was famous for his Civil War photographs. A.  Eadweard Muybridge B.   Mathew Brady C.   .
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31. A(n)                             is a person who is believed to have the power to cure diseases and to change himself into an animal. 32. In 1989 the photographer                           received a government grant for a show that was involved in a lawsuit about its “criminally obscene” nature. 33..
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11.                           is the title of Robert Mapplethorpe?s 1989 exhibition that became the focus of a lawsuit. A.  Robert Mapplethorpe: The Man B.  Robert Mapplethorpe: The Provocative Image C.  Robert Mapplethorpe: The Representation of Life D.  Robert Mapplethorpe: The Black and White Photographs E.  Robert Mapplethorpe: The.
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31. Francisco Goya was the official court painter of the country of                             . 32. The                           was the residence of Louis XIV of France. 33. The creation of an image by pasting pieces of paper onto a surface is called                          . 34. The                          .
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21. Distortion of a representational image into simplified forms covered with abstract surface patterns is called idealization. 22. Robert Mapplethorpe received a grant for $15,000 in 1989. 23. The plaintiff in the case that involved Brancusi?s Bird in Space (frontispiece, chapter 1) was the American government. 24. The royal oshun (fig. 1.5).
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21. Gustave Klimt?s Music (fig. 10.16) was created during the period known as the                          . 22. Printing requires the use of equipment which is known as a(n)                          . 23. The serrated tool called a hatching or rocking instrument is used in the                           printing process. 24..
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11. Parrot and Sailboat (fig. 6.10) was created by                          . A.  John Plumbe, Jr. B.  Edvard Munch C.  Jo Ann Callis D.  Hans Hoffmann E.  Mary Evans 12. Parrot and Sailboat (fig. 6.10) utilizes the following technique:                          . A.  hierarchical scale B.  symmetry C. .
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1. According to the author, the two biggest developments in technology during the twen- tieth century were the invention of television and the invention of the Internet. 2. Lincoln Steffens was known as a muckraker because he wrote to energize reform movements. 3. Guglielmo Marconi is solely credited for the.
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1. Honoré Daumier portrays the working class in his image                          . A.  The First-Class Carriage B.  The Absinthe Drinker C.  American Gothic D.  The Third-Class Carriage E.  The Scream 2.                           painted American Gothic (fig. 7.14) in 1930. A.  Grant Wood B.  Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres C.  Keisei.
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1. Each second of cel-based animation is equivalent to approximately                           drawings. A.  thirty B.  twenty C.  sixty D.  one-hundred E.  none of the above 2. Sand Dunes, White Sands National Monument, New Mexico (fig. 11.11) was created by             around 1942. A.  Harold Edgerton B.  Keith Cottingham.
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41.                           is a medium in which white pigment is added to watercolor. Answer: Gouache 42.                             is a binder used in tempera painting. Answer: Water or egg 43. When paint is applied incorrectly or has become brittle with age, one sees                          , or a number of small.
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1. The Diamond Sutra (fig. 10.1) was created in                           in A.D. 868. A.  Japan B.  India C.  China D.  Germany E.  Africa 2. The medium of The Diamond Sutra (fig. 10.1) is                          . A.  woodblock B.  etching C.  engraving D.  lithography E.  .
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11. The birdlike figure on Tony Hunt?s The Thunderbird House Post (fig. 3.11) sports             A.  anthropomorphic B.  mudra C.  interlace D.  idealized E.  naturalistic 12. Mathew Brady?s Ruins of Gallego Flour Mills, Richmond (fig. 3.6) was made during this war. A.  The Civil War B.   The Vietnam War C.  .
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11. The Cathedral of Chartres in France (fig. 9.17) was made during the                          . A.  Middle Ages B.  Renaissance C.  nineteenth century D.  Baroque E.  Romantic Answer: A 12.                           painted Girl with a Red Hat (fig. 9.6). A.  Willem DeKooning B.   Mary Cassatt C.   .
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1. Paul Gauguin, in Tahitian Landscape (fig. 5.7), uses a(n)                           line to create a cloud shape. A.  curved B.  implied C.  hatching D.  explicit E.  sfumato 2. In Leonardo da Vinci?s The Last Supper (fig. 5.12), the use of one-point perspective dictates that the side.
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21. Gianolorenzo Bernini worked in a style known as                             . 22. Oiran on Parade (fig. 7.1) is a(n )                           made in Japan by Keisei Eisen during the Edo Period. 23. The Constantin Brancusi expert                           asserted that the Bird in Space can be read psychoanalytically as a visual symbol.
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21. The artist Joseph Wright of Derby created                         as an illustration of the Roman writer Pliny?s account of the creation of the first sculptural work. 22. Represented in the distance in Katsushika Hokusai?s woodblock print The Great Wave of Kanagawa 23.                           is the Hindu.
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1. Head of a Horse (fig. 8.12) was produced by the Renaissance Italian artist                          . A.  Leonardo da Vinci B.  Andrea del Verrocchio C.  Domenico Ghirlandaio D.  Sassetta E.  Pisanello 2. The Dutch artist                           created a pencil on paper image of a peasant in.
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1.                           is a term used to describe a vogue for exotic Middle Eastern imagery. A.  Realism B.  Sensualism C.  Eroticism D.  Marginalism E.  “Orientalism” 2. The artist who created Bowl (fig. 12.5) is                          . A.  William Morris B.  Faith Ringgold C.  Mary Roehm D.  .
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21. Georges Seurat?s work, entitled                             (fig. 8.11), takes its name from traditional characters of the French theater. 22. Domenico Ghirlandaio?s Portrait of an Elderly Lady (fig. 8.6) is a(n)                           drawing. 23. The surface onto which a drawing is made is called the                          . 24.                         .
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1. The kings of                           created oshun or “spirit heads” to express their control over the natural world. A.  Benin B.  Mali C.  Togo D.  Ghana E.  Ivory Coast 2. Pablo Picasso was a leading                           artist of the twentieth century. A.  Renaissance B.  realist C. .
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21. Edward Hopper is known for his still-life paintings. 22. Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres uses texture to create a sense of the majesty of the emperor in Napoleon on his Imperial Throne (fig.23. Le Chahut (fig. 5.8) by Georges Seurat uses precise lines to define forms. 24. Constantin Brancusi?s Madame Pogany (fig. 5.24).
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11.                           refers to “the degree to which the surface of an object has, or seems to have, a particular feel” (Adams 89). A.  Mutability B.  Obscurity C.  Levity D.  Tactility E.  Maneuverability 12. In antiquity, artists used                           to create a purple hue. A.  oak leaves B. .
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21. Myron?s Discus Thrower (fig. 6.6) is stylized. 22. Claes Oldenburg?s exhibition at the Green Gallery in 1962 created works that played with scale. 23. St. Peter’s, Rome (fig. 6.21) is meant to convey the authority of the Roman Catholic Church. 24. The title of Roy Lichtenstein?s painting Little Big.
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1. Media businesses a. are granted special exemptions from workplace safety laws b. must abide by standard business practices and laws c. are exempt from most business laws because of the First Amendment d. do not have to pay minimum wages 2. Most agree that the First Amendment means at least a. citizens have.
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21.                           is the name given to the style Three Flags (fig. 9.2). A.  Abstract Expressionist B.  Dada C.  Impressionist D.  Realist E.   Pop Answer: E 22. Three Flags (fig. 9.2) was made by                          . A.  Jasper Johns B.   Winslow Homer C.  Hannah Höch D. .
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1. By 1880, there were                    million news- papers circulated each day. A. 1.4 B. 2.0 C. 3.2 D. 3.5 2. There was an increase in demand for newspa- pers because all of the following except: A. the price of newspapers had decreased B. more Americans had traveled with the Army C. people had nothing.
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