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Art History Review PT 1
Humanism and ___ were two Greek philosophies that affected both the Renaissance and Neo Classical period A.Moralism B.Idealism C.Optimism
Protagoras’s belief the “man is the measure of all things” embodies ____ philosophy. A.Humanism B.Idealism C.Communism
Idealistic thought expresses the belief of ________, A.Hope B.Imperfections C.Perfection
This Greek sculpture embodies perfection in human form. A.Discobulus B.Pieta C.Athena
Calligraphy is generally associated with ____ culture. A.European B.Asian C.Middle Eastern
Japanese wooden structure that served as Buddhist temples. A.Stupas B.Mosaics C.Pagoda
Which of the following characteristics cannot be found in Byzantine art? A.Rich colors (especially gold) B.Stiff rigid figures C.Great detail
Most Byzantine art was used for _____ purposes. A.Religious B.Functional C.Political
Architecture from the Byzantine empire featured _____. A.Large pillars B.Huge domes C.Lintel design
Why does Islamic art focus on decorative designs? A.All Islamic artists were architects B.Graven images were forbidden C.Islamic culture does not appreciate art
____ are geometric or floral patterns found on Islamic structures. A.Arabesques B.Hieroglyphics C.Engravenings
This Islamic inspired structure in India is perhaps one of the most beautiful structure in the world. A.The Louvre B.Dome Of The Rock C.Taj Mahal
The Renaissance began in the 15 th & 16 th centuries in _____. A.Italy B.France C.Netherlands
What was “reborn” during the Renaissance? A.Medical studies B.Interests in art and philosophy C.Religious belief
Art technique pioneered by Da Vinci that added small changes in light to soften image edges. A.Fresco B.Sfumato C.Tint
In Fresco painting what type of surface must paint be applied to? A.Wood B.Canvas C.Wet plaster
Art period known for excessive ornamentation and a reestablish of the monarchy and church. A.Neo Classical B.Baroque C.Romantic
Why was art so important to the church during the Baroque period? A.Most people couldn’t read B.Art showed God’s glory C.Churches appreciated art
This Baroque artist created controversial (flesh) works for the church. A.Michelango B.Rembrandt C.Caravaggio
Baroque artist known for excessive use on paints and many self portraits. A.Raphael B.Picasso C.Rembrandt
What discovery occurred during the 18 th century that helped fuel interest in Greek/Roman past. A.Discovery of Pompeii B.Unearthing of Socrates’ tomb C.Recovery of Michelangelo’s Pieta
What events were taking place during the 18 th century that made humanistic and idealistic thought relevant? A.Revolutions B.Ancient discoveries C.A reemphasis on religion
Thomas Jefferson used Neo-Palladian style to create the nation’s capital and _______. A.Taj Mahal B.Monticello C.Palace of Versailles
David used Greek mythology to create ______ works that promoted the French Revolution A.Expressive B.Artistic C.Persuasive
Neo-Classicism = Reason Romanticism = _______ A.Logic B.Emotion C.Experimentation
The ______ caused many artists to paint nostalgic images and landscapes from the past. A.Irish Potato Famine B.Revolutionary War C.Industrial Revolution
The emotional element of Romanticism caused many artists to paint works which depicted all of the following except _____. A.Supernatural B.Mysterious C.Logical
Famous British landscape artist that painted scenes from his boyhood memories. A.Goya B.Sickert C.Constable
This artist’s sometimes gruesome work depicted the follies of man and society. A.Courbet B.Goya C.Dali
Doctors believe that the ____ that Goya used led to his deafness. A.Brushes B.Oils C.Pigments
The Pieta A.Da Vinci B.Michelangelo C.Raphael
The Last Supper A.Da Vinci B.David C.Michelangelo
The School of Athens A.Da Vinci B.Raphael C.Michelangelo
Bacchus A.Caravaggio B.Rembrandt C.Goya
The Blinding of Samson A.Caravaggio B.Gahl C.Rembrandt
Oath of Horatti A.David B.Giger C.Jefferson
[Enter question here] A.Goya B.Constable C.Rembrandt
Saturn Devouring His Young A.Goya B.David C.Constable [Default] [MC Any] [MC All]
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