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Ask a classmate. Use a cheat. Take a 50 / 50. Who Wants to get an A? TEST 1 Ask the class.
A. Fresco B. Ink C. Oil D. Gouache A wall-painting technique where pigments are applied to wet plaster:
A. Relief B. Collage C. Giclée D. Intaglio Printmaking by cutting away image areas. The image is transferred to the paper from groves.
A. Relief B. Collage C. Giclée D. Intaglio Printmaking by cutting away non-image areas? The image is transferred to the paper from raised areas?
A. Serigraphy B. Drypoint C. Giclée D. Aquatint A printmaking technique in which a plate is scratched with a needle?
A. Lithography B. Etching C. Serigraphy D. Aquatint A type of printing that uses a flat stone. It's name means "stone writing":
A. Secondary hue B. Tertiary hue C. Primary hue D. Saturated hue Orange, resulting from mixing equal amounts of red and yellow is which of the following?
A. Colors B. Saturation C. Hues D. Value contrast The relationship of black, white, and grays:
True False According to the text black and white are not colors.
True False Black is the absorption of all the colors.
True False White is the reflection of all the colors.
A. Tonality B. Saturation C. Impasto D. Palette What is the overall use of color?
A. Plain photography B. Straight photography C. Photo Documentary D. Daguerrotype Alfred Stieglitz is the founder of:
A. Sharply focused B. Unmanipulated C. Realistic D. All of the above. Straight photography is:
A. Complementary colors B. Contrary colors C. Primary colors D. Secondary colors Red, yellow, and blue are all:
A. Contrary colors B. Complimentary colors C. Values D. Secondary colors Mixing two primary colors of equal amounts creates:
A. Contrary colors B. Complimentary colors C. Values D. Secondary colors Colors that are opposite on the color wheel are:
A. Primary colors B. Values C. Secondary colors D. Contrary colors Lighter or darker colors are:
A. Contrary colors B. White with hue C. Black and with hue D. Primary colors Secondary colors are made by mixing:
A. Counterpaint B. Cantilever C. Relief D. Juxtaposition How objects are placed together is called:
A. 2D objects B. 3D objects C. A principle of art D. All of the above Shapes are:
A. 2D objects B. 3 D objects C. A principle of art D. All of the above Forms are:
A. Principles of art B. Elements of art C. A & B D. None of the above Line, form, shape, color, texture, and space are:
A. Principles of art B. Elements of art C. A & B D. None of the above Emphasis, balance, harmony, variety, movement, rhythm, proportion, and unity are:
A. Watercolor B. Acrylic C. Tempera D. Oil What is the most popular and superior painting media?
A. Watercolor B. Acrylic C. Tempera D. Oil What paint takes the longest to dry? (See notes)
A. It dries quickly. B. It takes a longer to dry. C. It’s mixed with water. D. It's used in frescoes. Why is oil considered the best painting medium?
A. Watercolor B. Acrylic C. Tempera D. All of the above What paint is diluted with water?
A. Line, wire, & tubing in sculpture B. A type of perspective C. The opposite of painterly D. All of the above Linear can refers to:
A. Precise paintings B. Spontaneous, free, and thick use of paint C. Painted sculpture D. Anything painted Painterly refers to:
A. Linear B. Atmospheric C. Veneer D. Shifting Perspective that uses a focused foreground and background with a blurred haze (mist) in-between:
A. Linear B. Atmospheric C. Veneer D. Shifting A type of perspective where things at a distance are slightly blue and out-of-focus:
A. Linear B. Atmospheric C. Veneer D. Shifting What kind of perspective uses a vanishing point?
A. Ceramics B. Curved lines C. Light and shadow D. A type of color Chiaroscuro refers to:
A. Giclée B. Typography C. Lithography D. Photochrom Sprayed ink is a type of printing called:
A. Psychology B. Architecture C. Philosophy D. History Which is not a humanities?
A. Epistemology B. Aesthetics C. Ethics D. Metaphysics What field of philosophy studies the nature of beauty and art?
A. Additive B. Substitutive C. Subtractive D. Ephemeral Carved works of sculpture are called:
A. Sedimentary B. Porous C. Igneous D. Metamorphic The sculptor's ideal choice of rock to carve is:
A. Addition B. Subtraction C. Substitution D. Manipulation Built sculpture uses what process?
A. Addition B. Substitution C. Subtraction D. Manipulation Sculpture executed by casting a wax model?
A. Addition B. Subtraction C. Manipulation D. Substitution Modeled sculptural works use what process?
A. Active viewing B. Juxtaposition C. Organic unity D. Articulation In viewing art, the manner by which the eye moves from one element to the next is called:
A. Full-round B. Linear C. Positive space D. Negative space Holes in sculpture are an example of:
A. Closed composition B. Open composition C. Negative composition D. Positive composition Composition that directs the eye back into the work is called:
A. Closed composition B. Open composition C. Negative composition D. Positive composition Composition that directs the eye off the work is called:
A. Relief B. Base C. Texture D. Grain The roughness or smoothness of a surface is called:
A. Full-Round B. Base C. Relief D. Linear Which type of sculpture is freestanding and fully three-dimensional?
A. Full-Round B. Base C. Relief D. Linear Which type of sculpture projects from a background, and can only be viewed from the front?
A. Manipulation B. Subtraction C. Substitution D. Construction What method of sculpting is executed by carving or chiseling?
A. Kinetic B. Glyptic C. Embedded D. Ephemeral What kind of art is temporary?
A. Kinetic B. Glyptic C. Embedded D. Ephemeral What kind of art moves?
A. Kinetic stance B. Ephemeral stance C. Contrapposto stance D. Antipasto stance A human figure with the weight shifted to one leg, shoulders and hips counterbalanced, is called?
A. Bearing strength B. Compressive strength C. Tensile strength D. Articulation The ability of a material to withstand bending is called:
A. Bearing strength B. Compressive strength C. Tensile strength D. Articulation The ability of a material to withstand crushing is called:
A. Invented wire sculpture B. Work is kinetic and linear C. Invented mobiles D. All of the above Alexander Calder:
A. Post-and-lintel B. Cantilever C. Arch D. All of the above Which of the following is a type of structure in architecture?
A. Cantilever B. Arch C. Post-and-lintel D. Suspension A structural system in architecture that consists of horizontal beams and vertical supports?
A. Post-and-lintel B. Suspension C. Column-and-Beam D. Cantilever What’s it called when a floor is supported at one end, and it's overhanging?
A. Bearing-wall B. Post-and-beam C. Skeleton frame D. Suspension A structural system in which the wall supports itself?
A. Vaults B. Pendentives C. Keystones D. Buttresses A system used in medieval buildings to keep vertical walls from buckling outward?
A. The geodesic dome B. Suspension architecture C. Masonry D. Cantilever Buckminster Fuller is noted for:
A. Frank Lloyd Wright B. Louis Sullivan C. Buckminster Fuller D. Luis Barragan Who is the architect of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City?
A. Frank Lloyd Wright B. Louis Sullivan C. Buckminster Fuller D. Luis Barragan Who is the architect of Falling Water?
A. The Guggenheim B. Buckingham Palace C. Falling Water D. Monadnock Building Which of the following employs cantilevered floors?
A. Aesthetics B. Function C. Building materials D. Line and repetition In creating a structure, the first concern of the architect is with which of the following?
A. Arch B. Cantilever C. Post-and-lintel D. Bearing-wall The Parthenon and Stonehenge are examples of what type of construction?
A. Tunnel vault B. Dome C. Groin vault D. Ribbed vault What is created when arches are joined at the top with their legs forming a circle?
A. Tunnel vault B. Arch C. Groin vault D. Ribbed vault The round or Roman, Lancet or Gothic, and horseshoe all types of:
A. True B. False Log cabins are example of bearing-wall construction.
A. Steel B. Wood C. Stone D. Brick What is the traditional material in post-and-lintel construction?
A. Arch B. Post-and-lintel C. Bearing-wall D. Cantilever The center of this architectural structure is called the keystone.
A. Pendentives B. Ribbed vaulting C. Extruded vaulting D. Buttresses What structure makes it possible to attach a dome on a square room?
A. Skeleton frame B. Arch C. Bearing-wall D. Cantilever It allows you to span a greater distance because it distributes stress outward and downward.
A. Lancet B. Round C. Horseshoe D. Tudor arch What arch is most efficient at directing stress down and into the ground.
A. Tunnel vault B. Groin Vault C. Dome D. Arcade What are two intersecting tunnel vaults called?
A. Tunnel vault B. Groin Vault C. Dome D. Arcade What are arches placed back to back to enclosed space called?
A. Tunnel vault B. Groin Vault C. Dome D. Arcade What are arches placed side by side called?
A. Monolithic B. Oculus C. Lancet D. Coffer What is the hole in the center of a dome that emits light called?
A. Masonry B. Frieze C. Block-and-Mortar D. Block-and-Hold What type of construction binds stones or bricks with mortar?
A. Controlled Vision B. Climate C. Scale D. Context Where a work is placed is called:
A. Frieze B. Shafting C. Fluting D. Cornice The vertical groves in columns are called:
A. Proportion B. Compression C. Articulation D. Chiaroscuro What is an objects size in relation to other objects?
A. To increase tensile strength. B. To stop it from expanding. C. To hold it together. D. To increase the compressive strength. Why do they add metal rods and wire to concrete?
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