Art 101 Ch. 4 & 5

The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh indicates the power of the artist's

Expressive line

4.2 Pat Steir's series The Drawing Lesson Part 1, Line #1 is about various artists'

Unique expressive lines

4.3 Titian's Assumption and Consecration of the Virgin demonstrates the power of:

lines of sight

4.12 Cezanne's The Basket of Apples is full of what appear to be "mistakes" but are actually

artistic choices meant to engage the imagination of the viewer.

4.13 What is generally the preferred medium of Andy Goldsworthy?

natural materials found on-site

4.14 Which of these visual elements is most obvious in Andy Goldsworthy's Hazel Leaves?

line

Line can be used to delineate edges of form in space, imply movement, and

create value by hatching and cross-hatching

4.19 Which of these pieces illustrates the use of "expressive" line?

Van Gogh's The Starry Night

5.1 Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper is based on what specific type of perspective?

one-point linear perspective

5.2 Gustave Caillebotte's Place de l'Europe on a Rainy Day is based on what specific type of perspective?

two-point linear perspective

5.3 In Harmony in Red (The Red Room), Henri Matisse deliberately intended to violate the laws of perspective. Why?

His interests were in things other that pure verisimilitude.

5.4 Paul Cezanne's Madame Cezanne in a Red Armchair illustrates that the artist was more interested in:

design

5.6 Where is the negative space in the Rubin vase?

in both, depending on how you look at it.

5.7 Where is the vanishing point in Duccio's Perspective Analysis of Annunciation of the Death of the Virgin, from the Maesta Altarpiece?

at several points in the composition.

5.9 What is the most obvious visual element in Matisse's Harmony in Red (The Red Room)?

its lack of spatial depth

5.11 As is common in Japanese art, the Kumano mandala creates the illusion of space by utilizing:

oblique projection

5.12 In The Dead Christ, Andrea Mantegna utilizes what technique in order to adjust the distortion created by the point of view?

foreshortening

5.14 Although created for different purposes, Barbara Hepworth's Two Figures and the African feast-making spoon share a similar trait. What is it?

They are both positive forms that contain negative space.

5.15 A picture drawn in perspective that employs a single point of vision is called

monocular vision.

5.16 Why is the stereoscope such an effective means of describing "real" space?

It mimics binocular vision.

On axonometric projection, all lines indicating height, width, and depth

parallel.

5.18 According to Sayre, our notion of space has changed abruptly and even become "fluid" since the beginning of the twentieth century due to:

Einstein's theories.

5.20 As in Suney, Olafur Eliasson is known for mainly using what "materials" in his work?

light

5.21 When and where was linear perspective first codified (studied, organized, and written down)?

during the Renaissance in Italy

5.22 Paul Strand's Abstraction, Porch Shadows reflects a 20th century effort to challenge the viewer's perspective with

odd or distorted perspective.

5.23 In the 15th century in Italy there was a profound redefinition of space with the codification and usage of linear perspective. Some see the same thing happening today with

the increased usage and manipulation of cyberspace and virtual realities.

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The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh indicates the power of the artist’s

Expressive line

4.2 Pat Steir’s series The Drawing Lesson Part 1, Line #1 is about various artists’

Unique expressive lines

4.3 Titian’s Assumption and Consecration of the Virgin demonstrates the power of:

lines of sight

4.12 Cezanne’s The Basket of Apples is full of what appear to be "mistakes" but are actually

artistic choices meant to engage the imagination of the viewer.

4.13 What is generally the preferred medium of Andy Goldsworthy?

natural materials found on-site

4.14 Which of these visual elements is most obvious in Andy Goldsworthy’s Hazel Leaves?

line

Line can be used to delineate edges of form in space, imply movement, and

create value by hatching and cross-hatching

4.19 Which of these pieces illustrates the use of "expressive" line?

Van Gogh’s The Starry Night

5.1 Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper is based on what specific type of perspective?

one-point linear perspective

5.2 Gustave Caillebotte’s Place de l’Europe on a Rainy Day is based on what specific type of perspective?

two-point linear perspective

5.3 In Harmony in Red (The Red Room), Henri Matisse deliberately intended to violate the laws of perspective. Why?

His interests were in things other that pure verisimilitude.

5.4 Paul Cezanne’s Madame Cezanne in a Red Armchair illustrates that the artist was more interested in:

design

5.6 Where is the negative space in the Rubin vase?

in both, depending on how you look at it.

5.7 Where is the vanishing point in Duccio’s Perspective Analysis of Annunciation of the Death of the Virgin, from the Maesta Altarpiece?

at several points in the composition.

5.9 What is the most obvious visual element in Matisse’s Harmony in Red (The Red Room)?

its lack of spatial depth

5.11 As is common in Japanese art, the Kumano mandala creates the illusion of space by utilizing:

oblique projection

5.12 In The Dead Christ, Andrea Mantegna utilizes what technique in order to adjust the distortion created by the point of view?

foreshortening

5.14 Although created for different purposes, Barbara Hepworth’s Two Figures and the African feast-making spoon share a similar trait. What is it?

They are both positive forms that contain negative space.

5.15 A picture drawn in perspective that employs a single point of vision is called

monocular vision.

5.16 Why is the stereoscope such an effective means of describing "real" space?

It mimics binocular vision.

On axonometric projection, all lines indicating height, width, and depth

parallel.

5.18 According to Sayre, our notion of space has changed abruptly and even become "fluid" since the beginning of the twentieth century due to:

Einstein’s theories.

5.20 As in Suney, Olafur Eliasson is known for mainly using what "materials" in his work?

light

5.21 When and where was linear perspective first codified (studied, organized, and written down)?

during the Renaissance in Italy

5.22 Paul Strand’s Abstraction, Porch Shadows reflects a 20th century effort to challenge the viewer’s perspective with

odd or distorted perspective.

5.23 In the 15th century in Italy there was a profound redefinition of space with the codification and usage of linear perspective. Some see the same thing happening today with

the increased usage and manipulation of cyberspace and virtual realities.

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