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Mr.Chris I need some help to compare with my exams 050135RR,050136RR

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I need some help to compare with my exams 050135RR,050136RR and 050137RR
Hello, and thanks for the question.

I believe these are art appreciation exams, correct? Of course the questions always vary on 'RR' exams, so you will have to post the questions. If you could post questions for #050135RR, I will start on that one.
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Hi ,

I changed the price so maybe you can assist me with the above questions?


Please let me know if not I will open the question to other experts




I can assist you if you can post the questions. You can upload the files to MediaFire,, or any file sharing site. After you upload, copy the share link and post it in a reply.
Also, please indicate the due dates for these exams.

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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
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1. Unlike a two-dimensional artist, such as John Constable, a three-dimensional artist, such as XXXXX XXXXX,
must consider
A. the spectator's value system and known experience of art.
B. spatial issues from every possible viewing point.
C. temporal issues as they relate to the artwork.
D. the spectator's fixed position in relation to the artwork.
2. The new method of organizing space developed by Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso is called
A. Minimalism.
B. Impressionism.
C. Cubism.
D. Expressionism.
3. Picasso's Girl before a Mirror and Constable's The Glebe Farm both demonstrate the fact that the
colors used by an artist in a painting
A. are sometimes naturalistic and sometimes arbitrary.
B. don't really affect the spectator's understanding and appreciation of that work.
C. are not only naturalistic but also arbitrary.
D. are realistic and invented by the painter to convey an emotional content.
4. What was one of the techniques Leonardo used to create the illusion that the Mona Lisa was a real
A. By not lining up the background on either side, he generated movement in her shoulders.
B. His commitment to precise reality made the figure look real.
C. He used chiaroscuro to add volume and depth to her body and light to her eyes.
D. He used loose, expressive brushstrokes to enliven the figure.
5. What are the visual elements that all artists use?
A. Paint, pencil, ink, clay, canvas
B. Nature, action, line, texture, color
C. Color, inspiration, energy, light
D. Space, line, shape, light, texture, color
6. The earliest known paintings were created by _______ and featured mostly animals such as bulls or
A. European hunting people
B. cave dwellers in Africa
C. Greek potters
D. Japanese painters
7. Outside of Western culture, the _______ saw art as priceless during the Middle Ages.
A. Japanese
B. Russians
C. sub-Saharan Africans
D. Chinese
8. Classical Greek artworks are not usually regarded as expressions of
A. athletic strength and physical beauty.
B. a balance of surrealism and rationalism.
C. realism balanced with idealism.
D. monumental vigor and spiritual growth.
9. An artist can direct the viewer's attention to a particular area of a painting by using
A. crossed lines that converge on one location.
B. a sense of rhythm and movement.
C. sympathy of form and color.
D. parallel lines that follow the horizon.
10. The unique quality of folk art is that it's
A. created by an untrained artist.
B. an expression of the artist's experience.
C. more primitive than any other art form.
D. an artist's quick impression of a subject.
11. Brunelleschi's experiments with a mirror and a painted copy of a mirror image of the Baptistry at
Florence led to his discovery of
A. the rule of divergence in perception.
B. a means of creating the illusion of the third dimension.
C. multiple-viewpoint perspective.
D. the principle of optic inversion.
12. How does Georgia O'Keeffe use two colors that generally clash to create harmony in her painting Two
Calla Lilies on Pink?
A. She adds white to the colors to create pastel versions.
B. She adds black to create dark edges.
C. She adds red to create energy.
D. She adds blue to create calm.
13. Jean Baptiste Camille's The Bridge of Augustus over the Nera is an example of _______ perspective.
A. one-point
B. foreshortening
C. linear
D. atmospheric
14. In which of the following paintings is the technique of sfumato lighting used?
A. Berlinghieri's Saint Francis Preaching to the Birds
B. Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa
C. Manet's Le Déjeuner sur l'herbe
D. Watteau's Return from Cythera
15. Rachel Whiteread's House and Zhan Wang's Urban Landscape both utilize everyday objects to
A. show the joy of urban living.
B. demonstrate how modern architecture has improved society.
C. demonstrate humanity's loss due to urbanization.
D. compare urban life with rural life.
16. In the Middle Ages in the Western world, most art was _______ in character.
A. religious
B. French
C. futurist
D. urban
17. Which of the following is a component of every great work of art?
A. Brushstrokes that clearly define spatial limits
B. Images that are recognized as beautiful
C. A realistic presentation of factual material
D. An original vision of the world
18. What is the connection between religion and art?
A. Early civilizations recognized the power of art to touch human emotions.
B. People believe that art awakens their senses.
C. Shamans and priests were the first artists.
D. People express their beliefs in physical forms, such as statues and paintings.
19. Why is the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC, said to be the most moving war memorial
ever built?
A. It was designed by a young female architecture student and not a government committee.
B. It's located not far from Frederick Hart's bronze Statue for Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
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C. It's highly abstract and unlike the realistic memorials that one sees in parks and town greens around the United States.
D. It's a work of art that has the power to touch the emotions of the spectator.
20. The naturalistic representations of wild animals and humans created by Ice Age hunters on the walls of
caves in what is now France and Spain
A. were created solely to decorate people's living quarters.
B. are simplified and awkward and resemble the art of children.
C. were intended to be admired as the works of individual artists.
D. were most likely used by their creators in magical rites.

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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.
1. When the painter combines color pigment with water and brushes it directly on wet plaster, the
technique is called
A. gouache.
B. fresco.
C. tempera paint.
D. oil paint.
2. An example of sculptural carving would be
A. Unkei's Kongorikishi.
B. Rodin's Walking Man.
C. Jenny Holzer's Untitled.
3. Wood engravings such as those created by Gustave Doré for Samuel Coleridge's The Rime of the
Ancient Mariner are good examples of
A. etchings.
B. intaglio prints.
C. relief prints.
D. lithographs.
4. Which of the following artists was not involved in the creation of Saint Peter's Basilica and the Vatican?
A. Giacomo della Porta
B. Carlo Maderno
C. Leonardo da Vinci
D. Michelangelo
5. Spirited Away, Astro Boy, and Princess Mononoke are classic examples of what artistic form?
A. Anime
B. Hokusai
C. Digital video
D. Pixar
6. The Eiffel Tower was designed by Gustave Eiffel, who was a/an
A. sculptor.
B. architect.
C. bridge builder.
D. mechanical engineer.
7. Like the decorative arts and design, architecture is meant to be useful. Like sculpture, architecture
A. is usually thought to be as "pure" as painting.
B. is generally thought to be less "pure" than the decorative arts.
C. must be seen from multiple perspectives to be appreciated.
D. is most successful when it's two dimensional.
8. Which artist used memories of his or her childhood in North Carolina to create a collage?
A. Barbara Kruger
B. Romare Bearden
C. Kiki Smith
D. William Hogarth
9. What did Rembrandt van Rijn use on Woman at a Window to dilute his wash and add tonal values to his
A. Ink and water
B. Blood and water
C. Paste and water
D. Paint and water
10. If Gianlorenzo Bernini's Apollo and Daphne were to be moved from the Galleria Borghese in Rome
where it now stands into the Ufizzi Gallery, the most ideal place to install it would be
A. on the east wall of a gallery with other Renaissance marbles.
B. on the west wall of a gallery with other Renaissance marbles.
C. in the center of a gallery.
D. anywhere in a gallery, provided it was with other sixteenth-century marble statues.
11. It wouldn't have been possible to build a building such as London's Crystal Palace in the eighteenth
century because
A. innovative building techniques weren't encouraged before 1850.
B. advanced structural construction methods were unknown.
C. appropriate glass-making techniques were not yet known.
D. iron hadn't yet been developed as a building material.
12. In Japan, animation is known as
A. konnichiwa.
B. o-namae.
C. nihongo hanasemasen.
D. anime.
13. The most preferred surface in lithography is
A. limestone.
B. marble.
C. granite.
D. lead.
14. Why did colonial American builders use clapboards to enclose the sides of their dwellings?
A. Echoing architecture of the past
B. Convenience of raw material
C. Aesthetic preference
D. Symbolic associations
15. In his or her work, which artist used unusual materials, such as chocolate, peanut butter and jelly, and
A. Vik Muniz
B. Jackson Pollock
C. J. M. W. Turner
D. Elizabeth Murray
16. Why must artists who work with charcoal choose their paper carefully?
A. They appreciate the richness of expensive paper.
B. They want the paper to show authenticity.
C. The paper affects the color of the charcoal.
D. The texture of the paper becomes part of the design.
17. What is the quality of the site upon which the Parthenon was built that underlines the ancient-Greek
belief that such a building speaks of human intellect, separate and above earthly concerns?
A. It has direct access to the sea.
B. It's a hill above the city.
C. It's the site on which Athena was born.
D. It's the oldest district of Athens.
18. How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare is an example of
A. earth art.
B. environmental art.
C. performance art.
D. mixed-media installation.
19. If you were to spend a week in Athens visiting the major architectural achievements of the ancient
Greeks, which type of column would you see the least number of during your stay there?
A. Doric
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B. Capital
C. Ionic
D. Corinthian
20. The part of the camera used to see what the artist would see is called the
A. aperture.
B. film.
C. viewfinder.
D. shutter.

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1. Which of the following religious groups was the focus of attacks by European Christians during the
A. Muslims
B. Jews
C. Catholics
D. Buddhists
2. In 313 A.D., Constantine the Great caused a significant change to be made in the daily life of many
Romans. In that year, he declared that
A. Christianity was legal.
B. aristocratic privileges would be abolished.
C. travel was possible anywhere within the Empire.
D. gladiatorial games would be reinstated.
3. Which of the following ancient Egyptian artworks is not carved from stone?
A. Mycerinus and His Queen, Kha-Merer-Nebty II
B. the Second Coffin of Tutankhamen
C. Queen Nefertiti from Tell-el-Amarna
D. Akhenaton from a pillar statue in the Temple of Amen-Re
4. Roman paintings in stone that have best stood the test of time are
A. oculus.
B. mosaics.
C. frescoes.
D. sosus.
5. Mosaics are made of
A. tiny pieces of colored stone or tiles.
B. panels of color.
C. columns of light.
D. shells and colored sea glass.
6. A pointed arch, ribbed vaults, exterior buttresses, and stained glass describe _______ architecture.
A. Byzantine
B. Romanesque
C. Gothic
D. Classical
7. Which pharaoh built the Great Sphinx?
A. Akhenaton
B. Mycerinus
C. Tutankhamen
D. Chephren
8. If you were a citizen in ancient Greece and decided to travel from Pergamon to Troy, you
A. would sail across the Mediterranean Sea.
B. could do so by land or by sea.
C. could only do so by sea.
D. would travel over 500 miles by sea.
9. If you were a citizen in ancient Rome and you decided to worship in the Pantheon, you would do so
because you were interested in worshipping
A. the most powerful Roman gods and goddesses.
B. Apollodorus, Nike of Samothrace, and Discobolos.
C. Athena and Poseidon.
D. all of the Roman deities.
10. Typically, the art of the early Angles and Saxons consists primarily of
A. simple lines and shading.
B. idealized portraits of gods.
C. realistic portraits of humans.
D. intricate and colorful patterns.
11. Which type of artwork developed and flourished during the Roman Classical period?
A. Mural painting
B. Realistic portrait busts
C. Stained-glass windows
D. Colorful ceramics
12. Among the remarkable features of the Pantheon in Rome is the fact that
A. the rotunda's diameter equals the building's height.
B. at the top of the dome is a closed reculus.
C. it was erected in Rome in 113.
D. it's built entirely in the Roman style of building.
13. The Hagia Sophia in Constantinople is a remarkable example of
A. a church transformed into a mosque.
B. a mosque that was transformed into a church.
C. a mosque that dates from the seventh century.
D. early Gothic architecture.
14. 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?
A. Pointed arch
B. Round arch
C. Architrave
D. Flying buttress
15. Which of the following architectural features is not typically Gothic?
A. Flying buttress
B. Ribbed vault
C. Pointed arch
D. Massive rotunda
16. A state of enlightenment and never-ending bliss in Buddhism is called
A. Nirvana.
B. Mahayana.
C. Tipitaka.
D. Theravada.
17. Which of the following commissioned the great bronze doors of St. Michael's at Hildesheim in
A. Brunelleschi
B. Donatello
C. Bonaventura Berlinghieri
D. Bishop Bernward
18. The art and architecture of medieval Italy is much different from that of the rest of Europe because
they generally didn't use
A. mosaic.
B. stained glass windows.
C. fresco.
D. arches.
19. A pyramid is an Egyptian
A. catacomb.
B. tomb.
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C. arena.
D. church.
20. What is the opening in the ceiling of the Pantheon called?
A. Orifice
B. Rotunda
C. Oculus
D. Olho
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
Perfect ,thank you
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You're welcome, Marko. Talk to you soon.

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I replied to your last request for assistance for art exams answers, but the question was closed for some reason. If you still need assistance with these exams and are able to make a new post for those exams, I can assist with the following: exams 050138RR, 050139RR, and 050140RR.