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Masaccio used which of the following elements and principles in Tribute Money

All of the answers

Caravaggio’s Judith Decapitating Holofernes is part of which movement?


Which of the following artworks is a very graphic depiction of Christ’s crucifixion?

Isenheim Altarpiece

Nicolas Poussin promoted which of the following approaches?

Only including settings, clothing, and characters from the ancient past

Which of the following terms to the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries in Western Europe, a period when there was a general increase in motion and emotion in artworks?


A "deposition" scene shows which of the following?

Jesus’s body being removed from the cross

Leonardo da Vinci invented a painting technique that consisted of applying a hazy or misty glaze over the painting. This technique is called ______.


The Last Supper by Tintoretto ______.

all of the other answers

The Arnolifini Portrait is part of which period in art?

the northern renaissance

The frescos that decorate the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel were commissioned by ____. The artist was _____.

Pope Julius II, Michelangelo

Flippo Brunellschi has been widely regarded as the first Renaissance ____.


Which of the following terms means "rebirth" and is used to describe an artistic movement characterized by renewed interest in the Classical work of Greece and Rome?


The artist of Christ in the House of Levi had to change the painting’s name because ____.

Church officials objected to Christ being shown with clowns, dwarves, and dogs at this key moment in the gospels

Donatello’s David is made in what medium?


The painting of The Last Judgment in the Sistine Chapel includes a _____.

Self-portrait of Michelangelo as St. Bartholomew’s flayed skin

Without the patronage of the Catholic Church, many Renaissance works of art would not have been made.


Which artist of the High Renaissance painted the Mona Lisa, the most famous portrait in the world?

Leonardo da Vinci

What does the dog in The Arnolifini Portrait symbolize?

That the couple are wealthy and faithful

Define Humanism and explain how this philosophical approach affected the Renaissance

Humanism is the study of such subjects as history, philosophy, languages, and literature, particularly in relation to those of ancient Greece and Rome. They desired to impress others with artworks that imitate the real world

Leonardo da Vinci indicates that Christ is the most important figure in his painting of The Last Supper by _____.

All of the answers

Georges Braque’s Houses at L’Estaque is part of which movement?


Conceptual art emphasizes

The ideas behind the artwork over its realization

Jackson Pollock’s Mural is ___

So large that it dominates the viewer’s field of vision

These two artists, Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque, eventually developed the style known as:


The formal element that Mark Rothko focused on is _____


Romare Bearden, the artist of Three Folk Musicians, was particularly influenced by which of the following?

Cubism, African masks, and the Harlem Renaissance

The Norwegian artist Edvard Munch used the realm of his own mind as inspiration for The Scream. Like many Expressionist artists, this painting does not depict what he actually ____, but what he ______.

Saw; felt

Donald Judd’s Untitled (1976) is part of which movement?


Theo van Doesburg wanted to make artwork that appealed to _____

The mind

The Spanish painter, Pablo Picasso, painted Guernica as a response to something that happened on April 26, 1937. Picasso never explained the specific symbolism or elaborated on his political motivations. What happened and what did he believe as to why he did not explain the painting and his political motivations?

Arial attacks during the Spanish Civil War. He wanted his viewers to make their own reading on his artwork.

Vasily Kandisky’s Improvisation #30 (cannons) was inspired by _____

Talk of war just before World War I began

What innovation in art was Marcel Duchamp not responsible for?


Define the term avant-grande

Artistic innovation that challenged accepted values, traditions, and techniques

How does Constantine Brancusi’s Bird in Space distill the vital qualities of a bird?

By reminding us of bird or feather shapes or the soaring quality of flight

The technique used to make Andy Warhol’s Thirty Are Better Than One is ___


Marcel Duchamp’s Bicycle Wheel is an example of ____

a readymade

Jolene Rickard’s Corn Blue Room is an example of _____

Installation art

The technique used by Roy Lichtenstein to show gradations in color in his Girl with Mirror was _____.

Borrowed from newspaper printing and comics

Andy Warhol used commercial processes to create many of his works because ____.

He wanted his work to have a depersonalized and mass-produced quality

Gertrude Stein had informal meetings in her apartment for artists and writers. These were known as ____


In Salvador Dali’s Persistence of Memory, which statement is not true

Dali was not inspired by the theories of the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud

Who called himself the Sun King

Louis XIV

New North American cities in the late eighteenth century chose neoclassicism as their architectural style because:

It represented the ideals to which they aspired

Pietro Martini’s print of the 1785 Salon shows how the painting were displayed:

According to a hierarchy

Which of these Pre-Raphaelite artists created a portrayal of Ophelia?

John Everett MIllais

Which of the following are qualities of most Impressionist artists and their paintings?

all of the other answers

Neoclassical paintings, such as those by Jacques-Louis David and Angelica Kauffmann, _____

all of the other answers

A critic praised Monet’s work Impression sunrise by saying it had given a viewer such clarity of thought and purpose that he run out of the gallery and immediately began writing a novel


Jaques-Louis David’s painting the Oath of the Horatii is about:

The sacrifices of an ancient Roman family

This painting by which artist provoked the comment by a critic that gave the Impressionists their name?

Clause Monet

Which painting was included in the first Salon des Refuses (Salon of the Rejected)?

Edourard Manet’s Le Dejeuner sur I’Herbe (Luncheon on the Grass)

Fragonard’s The Swing depicts

A flirtation between two young lovers

Art Nouveau is a style that emphasized decorative patterns and organic forms


Where is the Hall of Mirrors


As a result of his integration of traditional painting with new techniques and subjects from contemporary life, which artist came to epitomize the notion of a modern painter

Edouard Manet

The Eiffel Tower was built for the 1889 World’s Fair, with the intention that it late be torn down


Auguste Rodin’s The Kiss was _____

all of the previous answers

Gustav Klimt’s work The Kiss features:

all of the other answers

Gustave Courbet’s The Stonebreakers was shocking for its depiction of working-class people on such a large scale, as well as alarming the upper-class viewers because it reminded them of recent uprisings by the poor


El Greco was ____.

a Greek artist who worked in Italy and Spain during the Renaissance

Which of the following statements is true of Michelangelo?

all of the previous answers

Rembrandt’s painting The Night Watch makes skillful use of:

all of the previous answers

Name the three artists who dominated the art world at the beginning of the 16th century

Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Raphael

Raphael’s The School of Athens contains:

all of the answers

Brunelleschi’s design for the dome of Florence Cathedral was a triumph over adversity because _____

Building such an enormous dome was a technological challenge

Portrait of the Artist’s Sisters Playing Chess displays which of the following characteristics

An emphasis on emotion and heightened realism

Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s Moulin de la Galette______

Depicts a new, urban, middle class enjoying their leisure time

Thomas Cole’s The Oxbow:

All of the previous answers

In Eugene Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People, Liberty is ____

A symbol of freedom

Fragonard’s The Swing depicts:

A flirtation between two young lovers

Vincent Van Gogh used thick swirls of paint in his work Starry Night, this technique is called _____


Frida Kahlo, part of the Surrealist movement, tends to paint very personal portrayal of psychological and physical suffering. In The Two Fridas, she paints the two hearts outside the bodies. This emphasizes what in the painting?

Emphasizes the sensitive emotional content of the painting

Which of following statements best relates to Max Ernst’s Surrealism and Painting?

It can be liberating when the imagination wanders in the mysterious realm of creativity

Jackson Pollock made painting by:

Dripping paint onto a canvas on the floor

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