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Art History 2000 Study Guide for Exam 1

by: Janise Jackson

Art History 2000 Study Guide for Exam 1 AH2000

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This is a study guide for the first art history exam.
Survey of Art since 1900
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Art History, Survey of Art 2000, modern art, Cubism, Fauvism, futurism, Neo-Impressionism
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This 10 page Study Guide was uploaded by Janise Jackson on Friday February 5, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to AH2000 at Georgia State University taught by Washington in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 137 views. For similar materials see Survey of Art since 1900 in Art History at Georgia State University.


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Date Created: 02/05/16
ART2000 Study Guide Washington  Artist: Paul Signac Style: Neo­Impressionism, Pointillism, Divisionism Inspiration: Color Artist: Edvard Munch Style: Neo­Impressionism, Pointillism, Divisionism Artist: Paul Matisse Emphasis: “The Calming Joy of Color” “Fauve”: Wild Beast Artist: Vasily Kandinsky Artist Movement: Suprematism Inspiration: Russian Revolution Artist: Pablo Picasso “JOU”: A newspaper Materials not in work: Fur Artist: Giacomo Bella Art Movement: Futurism Influences: Chronophotography Artist: Vladimir Tatlin Example: Constructivism NOT true of this work: It was destroyed in WWII Style: Orphism Artist: Franz Marc Artist: Paul Gaugin Artist: Franz Marc Artist: El Lissitzky Artist: Kasimir Malevich Style: Suprematism 1.) Which artist worked in Russia during and right after the  Revolutions of 1917? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither    Lissitzky (1914)                  Malevich (1918) 2.) Use the following images to answer the questions: i.) Which of the following is associated with Futurism? a. Left    b. Right c. Both d. Neither  ii.) Which of the following reflects the influence of Henri Bergson’s  philosophical theories of consciousness and time? a. Left    b. Right c. Both d. Neither  iii.) Which of the following was painted by Carlo Carrà? a. Left    b. Right c. Both d. Neither  3.) Use the following images to answer the questions: i.) Which artist drew on color theories when describing his art as  “simultaneous contrasts”? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  ii.) Which artist wrote Concerning the Spiritual in Art? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  4.) Use the following images to answer the questions:             (Picasso, 1907)              (Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, 1913) i.) Which painting depicts prostitutes?  a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  ii.) Which painting is called proto­cubist? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  iii.) Which painting reflects the influence of German Gothic art?  a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  5.) Use the following images to answer the questions: i.) Which work was created by Erich Heckel? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  ii.) Which work of art is a woodblock print? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  iii.) Which artist was a founding member of Die Brucke/The Bridge? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  6.) Use the following images to answer the questions:                  (Franz Marc, 1911)                             (Andre Derain, 1905)  i.) Which work was painted by Andre Derain? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  ii.) Which artist used blue to symbolize a spiritual, male principle? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  iii.) Which artist was associated with Fauvism? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  7.) Use the following images to answer the questions:           (Paul Gauguin) (Henry Matisse) i.) Which work was painted in the French region of Brittany? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  ii.) Which artist eventually travelled to Tahiti in search of a pure,  un­modern culture? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither    iii.) Which artist added the color red only after first experimenting  with yellow and blue backgrounds?  a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  8.) Which artist called his style Rayonism? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither   


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