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Art History 2000 Study Guide 2

by: Janise Jackson

Art History 2000 Study Guide 2 AH2000

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This is the study guide for Test #2.
Survey of Art since 1900
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This 9 page Study Guide was uploaded by Janise Jackson on Saturday March 5, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to AH2000 at Georgia State University taught by Washington in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 41 views. For similar materials see Survey of Art since 1900 in Art History at Georgia State University.


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Date Created: 03/05/16
ART2000 Study Guide #2 Washington  Artist: Marcel Duchamp Type of work: Ready­Made What did the artist want to convey? : All factory made objects should be considered art. Artist: Han (Jean) Arp First city to use “dada”: Zurich, Switzerland Does NOT characterize dada: Rationality Artist: Edward Hopper Artistic Category: American Scene Painting Theme: Loneliness and isolation Artist: Marcel Breuer Which Bauhaus ideal does this convey? : The unity of fine art. This chair is made from: Tubular steel Artist: Grant Wood This work is an example of: Regionalism NOT True of this work: It celebrates modernity Artist: Meret Oppenheim This person inspired this piece: Pablo Picasso This work is an example of: Surrealism Inspiration: Film Name of technique: Metaphysical Method Whose writings directly influenced? : Sigmund Freud Artist: Jean Dubuffet Art associated with: Art Brut What did the artist reject? : The European tradition of Beauty and Proportion Artist: Marcel Duchamp Where was this piece shown? : New York Armory Show 1913 What is NOT true about this piece? : The painter portrayed the subject from multiple moments at one time. 1.) Use the following images to answer the questions.    i.) Which work was painted by Jacob Lawrence? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  ii.) Which artist is associated with the Ashcan School? a. Left b. Right c. Both d. Neither iii.) Which work narrates the Great Migration? a. Left b. Right c. Both d. Neither 2.) Use the following images to answer the questions: i.) Which work was created by Kurt Schwitters? a. Left    b. Right c. Both d. Neither  ii.) Which work is an example of Dada? a. Left    b. Right c. Both d. Neither  iii.) Which artist coined the term “Merz”? a. Left    b. Right c. Both d. Neither  3.) Use the following images to answer the questions: i.) Which work was created by Alberto Giacometti? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  ii.) Which work is said to contain themes related to Existentialism? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  iii.) Which work reflects a Surrealist fascination with dream  imagery? a. Left b. Right c. Both d. Neither 4.) Use the following images to answer the questions:             i.) Which work was created by Joan Miro?  a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  ii.) Which artist is associated with Art Informel? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  iii.) Which work deals with themes of birth, genesis, and  beginnings? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  5.) Use the following images to answer the questions: i.) Which work was painted by Jean Dubuffet? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  ii.) Which artist is associated with Existentialism? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  iii.) Which work was painted in direct response to the horror and  violence of WWII? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither  6.) Use the following images to answer the questions: i.) Which work was created by Henry Moore? a. Left  b. Right c. Both d. Neither th 7.) Which early 20  century artist inspired this fun cake design? Piet Mondrian 8.) Identify these artist. (Unknown images)   Charles Demuth Joan Miro Francis Bacon Salvador Dali Albert Giacometti


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