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1 AP Euro ~ Spring Semester Art History ReviewAP Euro ~ Spring Semester
2 1. All of the following are humanistic traits in the above statue by Michelangelo EXCEPT (A) use of marble(B) contrapposto stance(C) free-standing sculpture(D) sfumato(E) glorification of the human body
3 2. The above villa designed by Andrea Palladio exhibits strong artistic influences from (A) the Medieval Gothic style(B) the Romanesque style(C) Greek temple architecture(D) Baroque architecture(E) French classicism
4 3. The round colonnade in front of St The round colonnade in front of St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican (shown above) was designed by(A) Filippo Brunelleschi(B) Peter Paul Rubens(C) Michelangelo(D) Gianlorenzo Bernini(E) Leon Batista Alberti
5 4. The artistic works of Jan Vermeer, best reflect the ideals of (A) fifteenth century humanism in Florence(B) the “High Renaissance” in Rome(C) Mannerism in Spain(D) the Dutch Style in the Netherlands(E) French Classicism
6 5. The sculpture, The Ecstasy of St 5. The sculpture, The Ecstasy of St. Teresa by Gianlorenzo Bernini, is most likely a work representative of which of the following styles?(A) Italian Renaissance(B) Northern Renaissance(C) Mannerist(D) Dutch(E) Baroque
7 6. Which of the following is an example of a humanistic trait in the painting above? (A) The medium of the painting is oil on canvas.(B) There is significant emotion shown in the work.(C) The painting was created in the Low Countries.(D) The focal point of the painting is a Greek goddess.(E) The painting utilizes chiaroscuro and perspective.
8 7. Which Italian city-state dominated the Renaissance during the fifteenth century? (A) Milan(B) Papal States(C) Venice(D) Florence(E) Genoa
9 8. Which of the following best characterizes the sixteenth-century work of art above, Toledo, by El Greco?(A) It illustrates the rejection of Renaissance ideals.(B) It reflects the power of the Catholic Church in Spain.(C) It signals a shift to more realism in painting during the period.(D) It reflects the rise of neoclassical themes in art.(E) It demonstrates the extent to which the use of perspective had been perfected.
10 9. A major difference between the Italian Renaissance and the Northern Renaissance was that the Italian Renaissance(A) emphasized the need for better translations of the New Testament in the Bible.(B) focused more on minute details in its paintings.(C) focused more on the writings of ancient Greeks and Romans.(D) focused more on Church reform.(E) experienced the domination of secularism in society’s most important institutions.
11 10. Which of the following statements best reflects the above painting? (A) The artist’s technique demonstrates strong influences from the art of the Middle Ages.(B) It is a quintessential example of High Renaissance painting in Italy.(C) It exemplifies the religious ideals of the Northern Renaissance.(D) It serves as a window into the ordinary lives of people in the Low Countries.(E) It demonstrates the gender inequalities that existed in Renaissance society.
12 The painting shown above, The Elevation of the Cross by Peter Paul Rubens, is an example of which of the following styles?(A) High Renaissance(B) Northern Renaissance(C) Baroque(D) French classicism(E) Dutch style
13 12. Which of the following statements regarding Bauhaus movement in Germany is true? (A) It reflected the ideals of the newly unified German Empire.(B) It strongly rejected middle-class values.(C) It emphasized art for art’s sake.(D) It emphasized that the form of a building should follow its function.(E) It combined Dadaism and Futurism to achieve total abstraction.
14 13. The above structure is of which architectural style? (A) Gothic revival(B) Humanist(C) Neoclassical(D) Baroque(E) Romanesque
15 Which of the following statements accurately reflects the Romantic movement of the early nineteenth century?(A) They rejected the rationalism of the Enlightenment.(B) They believed nationalism threatened to quash the individual spirit.(C) They saw nature as something to be studied and mastered.(D) They supported the industrial revolution.(E) They supported conservative goals.
16 15. The above painting by Georges Braque is an example of which of the following styles? (A) Fauvism(B) Dadaism(C) Expressionism(D) Cubism(E) Dadaism
17 16. Which of the following styles does the above painting, The Swing, by Jean-Honore Fragonard, best represent?(A) Realism(B) French classicism(C) Rococo(D) Dutch Style(E) Mannerism
18 17. The above painting by Salvador Dali is an example of which of the following artistic styles? (A) Dadaism(B) Expressionism(C) Synthetic cubism(D) Futurism(E) Surrealism
19 18. This infamous painting is a most excellent example of (A) Baroque(B) Renaissance(C) Romanticism(D) Rococo(E) Realism