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Foundations of Art and Design Chapter 7: Space. Sculpture Sculpture is an example of what type of space? Fig. 7.3 Development of a Bottle in Space by.

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1 Foundations of Art and Design Chapter 7: Space

2 Sculpture Sculpture is an example of what type of space? Fig. 7.3 Development of a Bottle in Space by Umberto Boccioni

3 Sculpture 1. Actual space 2. Implied space Sculpture is an example of what type of space? Fig. 7.3 Development of a Bottle in Space by Umberto Boccioni

4 Sculpture in which the form projects from the background in varying degrees is referred to as... Sculpture Fig. 7.5 Gates of Paradise by Lorenzo Ghiberti (Historic master of relief sculpture.)

5 Sculpture in which the form projects from the background in varying degrees is referred to as: 1. Sculpture 2. Relief Sculpture 3. Intaglio Sculpture Fig. 7.5 Gates of Paradise by Lorenzo Ghiberti (Historic master of relief sculpture.)

6 Architecture Gothic architecture used tall vaulted ceilings to symbolize what? Fig. 7.8 Beauvais Cathedral

7 Architecture 1. The vast reaches of the heavens 2. Spirituality 3. Both the vast reaches of the heavens and spirituality 4. Neither the vast reaches of the heavens nor spirituality Gothic architecture used tall vaulted ceilings to symbolize what? Fig. 7.8 Beauvais Cathedral

8 Pictorial Space Insert Fig The Oath of Horatii by Jacques-Louis (Example of modern art and the flattening of space.) Implied Space or the illusion of space in a 2D composition is also referred to as…

9 Implied Space or the illusion of space in a 2D composition is also referred to as: 1. Pictorial Space 2. Actual space 3. Outer space 4. None of these Insert Fig The Oath of Horatii by Jacques-Louis (Example of modern art and the flattening of space.)

10 The method of using different sized figures or objects to create depth is called… Fig Heirs Come to Pass, 3 by Marina López

11 The method of using different sized figures or objects to create depth is called: 1. Relative size 2. Overlapping 3. Transparency Fig Heirs Come to Pass, 3 by Marina López

12 The 3 Principle areas of a composition are... Fig Heirs Come to Pass, 3 by Marina López

13 The 3 Principle areas of a composition are: Fig Heirs Come to Pass, 3 by Marina López 1. Foreground, Middle ground, Background 2. Front-ground, Middle ground, and Aft ground 3. None of these

14 A key device used to suggest depth or distance in which the artist emphasizes the relationship between objects and space by placing one object in front of, or behind a second is called… Fig Tailgating by Tom Birkner

15 A key device used to suggest depth or distance in which the artist emphasizes the relationship between objects and space by placing one object in front of, or behind a second is called: Fig Tailgating by Tom Birkner 1. Relative size 2. Overlapping 3. Transparency

16 Transparency When objects or shapes farther in the background can be seen through those positioned in front of them it is called… Fig Fruit Dish and Cards by Georges Braque

17 When objects or shapes farther in the background can be seen through those positioned in front of them it is called: Fig Fruit Dish and Cards by Georges Braque 1. Relative size 2. Overlapping 3. Transparency

18 A technique used to ‘ signify ’ 3D space through the placement of figures higher up on the compositional space, but which does not create the illusion of space is called… Fig Moors and Christians, Alcoy by Pilar de Aristegui

19 A technique used to ‘ signify ’ 3D space through the placement of figures higher up on the compositional space, but which does not create the illusion of space is called: 1. Atmospheric Perspective 2. Vertical Positioning 3. One-Point Perspective 4. Linear Perspective Fig Moors and Christians, Alcoy by Pilar de Aristegui

20 A technique for illustrating depth that incorporates such devices as texture gradient, brightness gradient, color saturation, and the interplay of warm and cool colors is called… Fig The Andes of Ecuador by Edwin Church

21 A technique for illustrating depth that incorporates such devices as texture gradient, brightness gradient, color saturation, and the interplay of warm and cool colors is called: 1. Atmospheric Perspective 2. Vertical Positioning 3. One-Point Perspective 4. Linear Perspective Fig The Andes of Ecuador by Edwin Church

22 Atmospheric Perspective Atmospheric Perspective is also referred to as… Fig Pine Wood by Hasegawa Tohaku

23 Atmospheric Perspective is also referred to as: 1. Aerial Perspective 2. Vertical Positioning 3. One-Point Perspective 4. Linear Perspective Fig Pine Wood by Hasegawa Tohaku

24 Linear Perspective Which of the following terms is not used in relationship to Linear perspective? 1. Vantage point - or point from which the objects are viewed. 2. Vanishing Point - the point at which the objects vanish. 3. Horizon - the line at which sky meets ground and on which the vanish point often sits. 4. Converge - The act of two lines coming together at the vanishing point. 5. None of these

25 Fig The School of Athens by Raphael When lines converge at a single vanishing point on the horizon, as demonstrated in this famous painting, this technique for creating depth is called…

26 When lines converge at a single vanishing point on the horizon, as demonstrated in this famous painting, this technique for creating depth is called: 1. One-Point Perspective 2. Two-Point Perspective 3. Three-Point Perspective Fig The School of Athens by Raphael

27 Fig Paris Street: Rainy Day by Gustave Caillebotte What type of perspective shows the recession of an object from an angle as illustrated by Paris Street: Rainy Day?

28 1. One-Point Perspective 2. Two-Point Perspective 3. Three-Point Perspective Fig Paris Street: Rainy Day by Gustave Caillebotte

29 What type of Perspective is illustrated in this work? Fig Ascending and Descending by Maurits Escher

30 What type of Perspective is illustrated in this work? 1. One-Point Perspective 2. Two-Point Perspective 3. Three-Point Perspective Fig Ascending and Descending by Maurits Escher

31 Fig Tar Beach by Faith Ringgold When a work of art depicts objects from more than one vantage point and suggests the fourth dimension of time and motion, this is referred to as…

32 When a work of art depicts objects from more than one vantage point and suggests the fourth dimension of time and motion, this is referred to as: 1. Conceptual representation 2. Optical Representation 3. Multiple Perspective Fig Tar Beach by Faith Ringgold

33 Fig Conversion of St. Paul by Caravaggio Another term for perspective which can be used in regards to artwork that demonstrates Foreshortening is…

34 Another term for perspective which can be used in regards to artwork that demonstrates Foreshortening is: 1. Multiple Perspective 2. Amplified Perspective 3. Isometric Projection 4. Parallel Perspective 5. Oblique Projection Fig Conversion of St. Paul by Caravaggio

35 Fig Diary: December 12, 1941 by Roger Shimomura A specific type of axonometric projection in which the top and bottom edges of the receding planes are usually drawn at an angle of 30 degrees from the horizon and means “ equal in measure ” is called…

36 A specific type of axonometric projection in which the top and bottom edges of the receding planes are usually drawn at an angle of 30 degrees from the horizon and means “ equal in measure ” is called: 1. Multiple Perspective 2. Amplified Perspective 3. Isometric Projection 4. Parallel Perspective 5. Oblique Projection Fig Diary: December 12, 1941 by Roger Shimomura

37 Another type of parallel projection in which a kind of perspective without a vanishing point is used, and which is common in Asian scroll paintings is called… Fig Kumano Mandala

38 Another type of parallel projection in which a kind of perspective without a vanishing point is used, and which is common in Asian scroll paintings is called: 1. Multiple Perspective 2. Amplified Perspective 3. Isometric Projection 4. Parallel Perspective 5. Oblique Projection Fig Kumano Mandala


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