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Art 110, Ch1-5 review

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Art 110, Ch1-5 review Art 110-51

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quiz review from Ch1-5
Art Appreciation
Rebekah K. Harris
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This 6 page Study Guide was uploaded by Joelle Notetaker on Thursday February 11, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Art 110-51 at University of Indianapolis taught by Rebekah K. Harris in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4127 views. For similar materials see Art Appreciation in Art at University of Indianapolis.


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Date Created: 02/11/16
CH 1:  Primary goal of Cai Guo-Qiang’s Project to Extended the Great Wall of China by 10 was to o Transform our experience of the world  Herzong and de Meuron built the Bird’s Nest, an Olympic Stadium in o Beijing, China  Which artist has explored the properties of gunpowder as a tool for making works of art? o Cai Guo-Qiang  In using trompe l’oeil for the Oregon Historical Society mural, Richard Haas was trying to convince the audience that the o Sculptures are 3-D  What is a requirement of an artist o Openness  What most likely explains Pablo Picasso’s imagery in Seated Bather (La Baigneuse) o His desire to express revulsion toward the subject  In Les Demoinselles d’Avignon, Pablo Picasso draws influence from African sculpture, allowing him to o Depart from exact representation of his subjects  How does Faith Ringgold’s God Bless America differ from Jasper Johns’s Flag? o It addresses racial tensions that spawned the Civil Rights movement  In The Ghent Altarpiece, Jan van Eyck represents many key figures of the Christian religion, thereby primarily fulfilling which roll of the artist o Giving form to the immaterial  Edouard Manet’s Olympia assumes which fundamental role of the artist? o Making visuall record of the people, places, or events of a time and place  The artist and their work that directly raises politically challenging issues is o Andy Warhol’s Race Riot  What aspect of Renzo Piano’s design for the Jean-Marie Tijabaou Cultural Center reflects ideas associated with “green architecture” o His use of wood and bamboo as primary building materials  How does the Wester experience of Oceanic, Africa, and Native America art typically differ from the experience of the works in their cultures of origin o Westerners typically approach these works in museums as “art” but in their original culture, they were functional objects  Chris Ofili’s The Holy Virgin Mary was intended to bring o Beauty and ugliness together  What do Michelangelo’s David and Marcel Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase have in common o Both were originally rejected by the public CH 2:  What style does Willem de Kooning use in his painting North Atlantic Light? o Abstraction  Visual literacy enables the viewer to o Communicate the effects of a work of art  Muslims and sixteenth-century Protestants share o A distrust of religious images  Iconoclasm is the practice of o Destroying images  The pipe in Rene Magritte’s The Treason of Images is an example of o Subject matter  What does Rebellious Silence by Shirin Neshat suggest about the role of women in Islamic Iran o They are in solidarity with men in the rejection of Western culture  What is a characteristic of both Triumphal Entry (a page from a manuscript of Firdawsi’s Shahnamah) and Kazimir Malevich’s Black Square o Both are nonrepresentational works of art  Old Mick Tjakamarra’s Honey Ant Dreaming is a good example of what type of art o Abstraction  The content of a work of art refers to o What the work means or expresses  The white field in Kazimir Malevich’s Black Square represents the o Void beyond feeling  what type of work is most likely to exhibit a significant degree of realism o A portrait photography from the 1950’s  The crown, the name “SAMO,” and the letter “X” are all part of the personal iconography of o Jean-Michel Basquiat  The Amida Buddha and Jan van Eyck’s Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife Giovanna Cenami share o The use of iconography  In what way is Howling Wolf’s Treaty Signing at Medicine Creek Lodge a more accurate account of the treaty signing than John Taylor’s more realistic drawing o It includes specific details related to the landscape, tribal identity, and the presence of women CH 3:  What helps contribute to the violence seen in Cheri Samba’s Calvary o Angular line  In his view, Mathew Ritchie uses straight lines because they o Represent a wound or direction  Ellsworth Kelly’s Brier exhibits which type of lines o Contour  For Vincent van Gogh, the figure of The Sower represents o Longing for the infinite  What do Vincent van Gogh’s and Sol LeWitt’s lines have in common o They are recognizably their own  What visual devices create the contrasting symbolic relationship between reality and utopia in Wenda Gu’s united nations-china monument: temple of heaven o the cursive writing and the table  How does Rembrandt create the shadow in The Three Crosses o Denser line  What is the source of Chinese artist Hung Liu’s paintings of women o Archival photographs  How does Pat Steir use line to express pleasure in The Brueghel Series: A Vanitas of Style o By combining a variety of styles  Why does Hung Liu use dips in her painting o To achieve a sense of liberation  Jacques-Louis David’s The Death of Socrates orients line so as to emphasize o Stability  What distinguishes Eugene Delacroix’s approach to painting from that of Jacques-Louis David o The emotional emphasis of his work  In Vincent van Gogh’s The Sower, the line showing the circular shape of the sun would best be considered a(n) o Outline  How are the line of Vincent van Gogh’s drawing The Sower similar to Eugene Delacroix’s Study of The Death of Sardanapalus o They emphasize movement  How does Robert Mapplethorpe’s photograph Lisa Lyon use line to subvert conventional representations of women o It uses strong horizontal and vertical line CH 4:  In her series Grey Area (including the work Berliner Platze), Julie Mehretu used places, space and time to symbolize o The intricacies of communal space  What formal element does Ellsworth Kelly focus on in Three Panels: Orange, Dark Grey, Green o Shape  The negative space in the Rubin vase is o In both the white and dark areas, depending on how you look at it  How has Martin Puryear changed his approach to work of art from Self, 1978, to Untitled IV, 2000 o He uses a 2-D medium to create shape  What trait do Barbara Hepworth’s Two Figures and the African feast-making spoon (Wunkirmain) share o They are both based on the human form  Which of the following is true of both Duccio’s Annunciation of the Death of the Virgin and Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper o Both have receding lines that emphasize the main figure  How did Japanese artist such as Utagawa Hiroshige approach the idea of foreshortening o They ignored the middle ground  What motivated Renaissance artist to mathematically codify a system of perspective o The desire to create the illusion of real space on 2-D surfaces  How does Albrecht Durer create the illusion of space in Draftsman Drawing a Female Nude o He employs one-point linear perspective  In order to adjust the distortion created by the point of view in The Dead Christ, Andrea Mantegna utilizes o Foreshortening  What is the effect of two-point linear perspective o The composition becomes more dynamic  What is Terry Winter’s Color and Information attempting to transform into this painting o Digital information  A noticeable visual element in Henri Matisse’s Harmony in Red (The Red Room) is the o Lack of spatial depth  How does Paul Strand emphasize the formal play of visual elements in Abstraction, Porch Shadows o The overhead shot makes real space appear flat  What do Paul Strand’s Geometric Backyards, New York and Paul Cezanne’s Mme. Cezanne in Red Armchair have in common o They resist traditional perspective CH 5:  Who was the first artist to work with fluorescent light? o Dan Flavin  In Leonardo da Vinci’s Madonna of the Rocks, the mountains in the background are an example of o Atmospheric perspective  What kind of color scheme did Artemisia Gentileschi use in Judith and Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes o Warm color scheme  In Figure of a Woman, Paul Colin uses o Chiaroscuro  Which of the following colors is considered a tint: pink, red-orange red, maroon o Pink  What is similar in Shirin Neshat’s Fervor and Michelangelo’s Head of a Satyr o Both employ contrast  What “temperature” is associated with the color blue-green o Cool  In which of these pairs are the colors analogous: red/green, blue/orange, red/yellow, blue-violet/blue o Blue-violet/blue  The restoration of Michelangelo’s paintings on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel has revealed that the o Color was more saturated  The cool colors in Romare Bearden’s She-ba provide o Serenity  What kind of color is being used if apples are painted red o Local  What does the color blue represent in Leonardo da Vinci’s Madonna of the Rocks o Divinity  Which artist depends on optical color mixing to construct representational image compose of abstract squares o Chuck Close  What kind of colors are red, yellow, and blue o Primary  In Rain, Steam, and Speed – The Great Western Railway, J.M.W. Turner employs o Aerial perspective


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