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Which of the following influenced the art made from 1700 to 1900?

all of the other answers

Where is the Hall of Mirrors?


Rococo architecture, such as Johann Balthasar Neumann’s church of Vierzehnheiligen, preferred:

delicate pastel colors

Salons, such as the one depicted in Pietro Martini’s 1785 print, were visited by:

public, painters and critics

5.Fragonard’s The Swing depicts:

a flirtation between two young lovers

William Hogarth’s Marriage à-la-Mode series tells the story of:

the trails of an arranged marriage in which the couple behave immorally

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

all of the other answers

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

it represented the ideas to which they aspired

In Eugène Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People, Liberty is ________.

a symbol of freedom

In Francisco Goya’s Family of Charles IV:

the artist includes a portrait of himself standing at his ease

William Blake ________.

all of the other answers

Thomas Cole’s The Oxbow:

all of the other answers

Henry Ossawa Tanner was influenced by ________.

Gustav Courbet

What aspects of Édouard Manet’s Le Déjeuner sur l’Herbe (Luncheon on the Grass) discomforted many viewers when it was first exhibited?

all of the previous answers

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

Edouard Manets Le dejeuner sur I’herbe

Artists in the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood were inspired by works from ________.

the middle ages

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

all of the other answers

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

claude monet

Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s Moulin de la Galette ________.

depicts a ner urban middle class enjoying their leisure time

Paris Street: Rainy Day demonstrate

all of the previous answers

Auguste Rodin’s The Kiss was ________.

all of the previous answers

Camille Claudel’s sculpture The Waltz received some criticism for being too _______


Who repeatedly painted studies of the mountain he had seen throughout his childhood and later observed from his studio window

paul cezanne

.Paul Cézanne used ________ in his work Mont Sainte-Victoire.

atmospheric perspective

Which of these artists created a Symbolist portrayal of Ophelia?

odilon rendon

Gustav Klimt’s work The Kiss features:

all of the other answers

The Wisteria Dining Room by Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer is an example of ________.

art nouveau

William Hogarth had many of his paintings made into prints.


Angelica Kauffmann’s Cornelia Pointing to Her Children as Her Treasures is an excellent example of the style known as realism.


.Frederic Edwin Church captured the natural wonder and power of Niagara Falls in his painting by using grand scale.


Gustave Courbet’s The Stonebreakers alarmed upper-class viewers because it reminded them of recent uprisings by the poor.


Gustave Courbet described his own work as "realist."


Edgar Degas was fascinated by observing ballet dancers, both in practice and during performances.


Symbolist painters are inspired by emotions and dreamlike images.


Paul Gauguin’s Vision After the Sermon is a realist artwork.


Paul Gauguin liked to paint subjects from modern, industrial cities.


The Eiffel Tower was adored by all Parisians when it was first built because it was seen as a continuation of the artistic traditions of France.


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


Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss can be described as fin de siècle with aspects of Art Nouveau


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


The Louvre and the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, France, were both originally designed as large art museums for the public.


"Those marks of heroism and civic virtue presented to the eyes of the people will electrify the soul…"

jacques louis david

"Show me an angel and I’ll paint one!"

gustav courbet

"I cannot work without a model . . . I exaggerate . . . but I do not invent the whole picture."

vincent van gogh

"I shut my eyes in order to see."

paul gaugin

en plein air

painting outdoors

fin de siècle

end of the century


application of think paint


round opening


power of nature

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