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Which is NOT a feature of Death of Marat (Points 5)

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Which is NOT a feature of Death of Marat? (Points: 5)
A knife
A writing surface
A note
A shroud

2. Which does NOT appear in Oath of the Horatii? (Points: 5)
Corinthian columns
Women and children
Round arches

3. Jefferson developed which architectural style? (Points: 5)
American Gothic

4. Which of the following LEAST describes Jefferson? (Points: 5)
He was a monarchist.
He was a humanist.
He was an advocate of public education.
He was an inventor.

5. Jefferson believed that the houses of Virginia were generally: (Points: 5)
aesthetically pleasing.
influenced by Classical style.

6. Which is NOT a theme in Goya's paintings? (Points: 5)
Social injustice
Child psychology
Irrational thinking

7. Constable's painting of Salisbury Cathedral is an example of: (Points: 5)
Gothic revival.

8. In Blake's Ancient of Days, the rays of light extending from God's hands create a: (Points: 5)

9. The inscription in Goya's Bogeyman is a lesson in: (Points: 5)
social context.
child psychology.

10. Which is the correct match? (Points: 5)
Goya -- Executions of May 3, 1808
Delacroix -- Madwoman with a Mania of Envy
Rude -- The Arch of Triumph
Cole -- The Burning of the Houses of Lords and Commons

11. Millet's The Gleaners combines: (Points: 5)
social observation with Neoclassicism.
Renaissance monumentality with Romanticism.
Medieval feudalism with Romanticism.
social observation with Romanticism.

12. Rosa Bonheur was particularly drawn to images of: (Points: 5)
city life.

13. The central group of Courbet's My Studio includes: (Points: 5)
a boy, a cat, a painter, a woman, and a landscape.
a juggler, a crucifix, a cat, and a painter.
a painter, a woman, a boy, and a journalist.
a painter, a woman, a boy, and a peddler.

14. The figures in Manet's Dejeuner sur l'Herbe are identified as: (Points: 5)
Manet's sister, brother-in-law, and Victorine.
Manet's model, brother-in-law, and sister.
Manet's model, Gustave Manet, and Ferdinand Leenhoff.
Manet, his model, and his brother.

15. Critics objected to Dejeuner sur l'Herbe because: (Points: 5)
it was not sufficiently Classical.
it was not colorful enough.
it contained the artist's self-portrait.
it was too much like a Renaissance painting.

16. Which is NOT an example of photographic influence on the Impressionist style? (Points: 5)
The cropped viewpoint
The preference for black-and-white over color
The slanted floor
The silhouette

17. The philosophy of "art for art's sake" is basically: (Points: 5)

18. The "pot of paint" refers to: (Points: 5)
Monet's palette.
The Falling Rocket.
Renoir's thick brushstrokes.
color as vice and drawing as musical.

19. The trial between Whistler and Ruskin exemplified: (Points: 5)
the rise of the art critic as a force in the art world.
the conflict between the Rubenists and the Poussinists.
the insanity of misinterpreting art.
the new role of the art galleries and dealers.

20. Ruskin objected to Whistler's works because: (Points: 5)
they were too linear.
they were technically unfinished.
they were achromatic.
they were too figurative.
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