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Exam: 050137RR - LESSON 3: ANCIENT, CLASSICAL, AND MEDIEVAL ART
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Questions 1 to 20:
Select the best answer to each question. Note that a question and its answers may be split across a page
break, so be sure that you have seen the
entire question and all the answers before choosing an answer.
A state of enlightenment and never-ending bliss in Buddhism is called
As agriculture replaced hunting and gathering, _______ began to develop.
What is the opening in the ceiling of the Pantheon called?
A pyramid is an Egyptian
For several hundred years following the end of the first millennium, many Christians believed that the
world was coming to an end. A consequence of that belief are the many artworks from the period that are
illustrations of the
creation of Adam.
day of judgment.
expulsion from the Garden of Eden.
Which of the following warrior tribes did not settle in England following the fall of the Roman Empire?
Which of the following types of decoration was often used in Italian churches during the Middle Ages?
Sculpted marble doors
Painted wooden altarpieces
The statue known as Augustus of Prima Porta is posed so that it calls to mind the Greek model of
Nike of Samothrace.
the Spear Carrier.
Aphrodite of Melos.
The _______ cathedral is considered to be the most perfect example of Gothic architecture.
Which of the following components of the architecture of the Romans was used extensively in the
eleventh century in Medieval Europe in the construction of castles, fortresses, churches, and monasteries?
Roman paintings in stone that have best stood the test of time are
A pointed arch, ribbed vaults, exterior buttresses, and stained glass describe _______ architecture.
The eastern half of the Roman Empire produced what's known as ________ art.
The Hagia Sophia in Constantinople is a remarkable example of
a church transformed into a mosque.
a mosque that dates from the seventh century.
early Gothic architecture.
a mosque that was transformed into a church.
A fertility goddess is called _______ in Indian art.
Which type of artwork developed and flourished during the Roman Classical period?
Realistic portrait busts
Among the remarkable features of the Pantheon in Rome is the fact that
it's built entirely in the Roman style of building.
the rotunda's diameter equals the building's height.
it was erected in Rome in 113.
at the top of the dome is a closed reculus.
Queen Nefertiti symbolized
The religious architecture of the early Hindu people was
not so much constructed, but carved.
created by modifying existing Buddhist temples.
frequently built with cedar timbers.
usually built from stone blocks.
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A unique architectural feature of the Hagia Sophia is its
Questions 1 to 40:
Which of the following photographers produced a series of photos to expose the plight of migrants
around the world?
Which of the following men designed Monticello?
Frank Lloyd Wright
Kinetic sculpture was associated with what artist?
Which one of the following photographers was a documentary photographer during the Depression?
_______ has the most stained glass windows.
Which one of the following philosophies was based on dreams?
During what year did the first signs of the Renaissance appear in Italy?
Byzantine art is a combination of Christian symbolism and _______ style.
Edvard Munch's The Scream is an example of what movement?
The Chinese considered _______ to be one of the highest forms of art.
Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo were artists from the _______ period.
St. Peter's Basilica was constructed in the _______ centuries.
seventeenth and eighteenth
sixteenth and seventeenth
eighteenth and nineteenth
fifteenth and sixteenth
What group promotes the rights of women artists?
National Endowment of the Arts
Why are paintings from medieval times more generic, lacking individual qualities?
Painters copied from pattern books.
Virtually all medieval paintings were produced by monks.
Painters copied from each other.
The Church frowned upon individualism.
What medium did Andrew Wyeth use to paint Christina's World?
_______ was the most famous practitioner of Classicism.
Caspar David Friedrich
Organic shapes can be described as
representational and simplified.
three-dimensional and geometric.
two-dimensional and representational.
naturalistic and formed by uneven curves.
To define a picture plane, a two-dimensional artist must establish
the borders of the artwork.
specific atmospheric perspective.
a vanishing point and horizon.
the figure-ground effect.
In _______ printmaking, only one print is made.
Which one of the following artists was associated with Impressionism?
Mary Cassatt was part of what art movement?
The metal skeleton artists use to support clay sculptures is called a/an
What color is the complement of orange?
Throughout the Renaissance the _______ was used in paintings as a structural innovation that used
Who is considered the father of modern art?
Vincent van Gogh
Which of the following groups of artists launched a war on conventional thinking?
Which Renaissance artist created the dome of the Florence Cathedral?
Another name for serigraphy is
The vigorous brushstrokes and emotion-laden imagery in the paintings of Anselm Kiefer are
reminiscent of the paintings of
Western art culture was founded on and inspired by _______ art.
Action Painting was associated with what artist?
This artist was influenced by African masks.
A flat, two-dimensional background that projects into a relatively shallow three-dimensional space is
called _______ sculpture.
Color-Field Painting was associated with what artist?
Willem de Kooning
The development of Western art was influenced by fine art prints from which one of the following
_______ is the opposite of relief printmaking.
In 325 A.D., Constantine the Great made a declaration that caused a significant change in the daily life
of many Romans. What was the declaration?
Gladitorial games would be reinstated.
Christianity was made the official state religion.
Aristocratic privileges would be abolished.
Travel was possible anywhere within the Empire.
Which one of the following statements is not true about the Hagia Sophia in Constantinople?
It was built by Justinian.
It was influenced by Roman architecture.
It was originally built in the eighth century.
It was a church that was transformed into a mosque.
Shapes that aren't meant to refer to anything we can see in the real world are said to be
Which one of the following artists was censored because of the subject matter of his or her
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