Grantham AR201 Midterm Exam Latest 2023
AR201 Intro to Modern Art Midterm
1.Although Morisot's interest in leisure activities aligned with the Impressionists, her paintings are inhabited by which social group?
a.The impoverished and homeless
b.Powerful leaders of the business world
c.The denizens of Parisian night life
d.Women and children at home
1.Which artistic movement had its roots in Impressionist precepts and methods but could not be considered stylistically homogeneous?
1.Which Post-Impressionist painter was the first great master in the new art form of the poster?
1.Which Dada artist is known as a master of photomontage?
1.Giorgio de Chirico's The Song of Love is a precursor of which movement in painting?
1.The incorporation of Japanese aesthetics into European painting, a trend referred to as Japonisme, is evident in which artwork?
a.Whistler, Nocturne in Black and Gold
b.Latrec, At the Moulin Rouge
c.Renoir, Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette
d.Degas, The Tub
1.Which painter made Parisian dance halls and clubs the subjects of many of his paintings, including Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette?
1.Marcel Duchamp's The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even is a commentary on modern humans' similarity to what?
1.Spatial discrepancies, such as the relationship between the barmaid and her apparent reflection in a nearby mirror, are highlighted in which painting?
a.Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergère
b.Van Gogh, Night Café
c.Morisot, Summer's Day
d.Toulouse-Lautrec, Jane Avril
1.Picasso's work entitled Still Life with Chair-Caning is representative of which style?
1.Gustave Moreau's The Apparition treats which frequent Symbolist theme?
1.Where were many of the early Impressionist paintings displayed?
a.French Royal Academy exhibition
c.Commercial art galleries
d.Cathedral of Notre-Dame
1.After World War I, German artists sought a clear-eyed and honest image of the modern world, and this artistic movement came to be called what?
a.Der Blaue Reiter
1.Georges Seurat's painting technique relying on an optical effect involving spots of color is referred to by what term?
1.In Fate of the Animals, Franz Marc's use of colors that signify severity and brutality is a reference to which contemporary historical situation?
a.World War II
c.Sinking of the Lusitania
d.World War I
1.What element does sculptor Barbara Hepworth make as important in abstract sculpture as its mass?
1.Which American Impressionist artist painted principally women and children?
d.James Abbott McNeill Whistler
1.What term do art historians use to describe the process Joan Miró employed to paint such works as Painting?
1.Which architect created "skin and bones" buildings on the basis of the motto "less is more"?
b.Frank Lloyd Wright
d.Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
1.The expressive use of formal elements such as color and perspective in Ernst Ludwig Kirchner's Street, Dresden is a reflection of the work of which earlier painter?
1.Which Art Nouveau architect invented new structural techniques to allow construction of buildings that are sculpted and organic in form?
b.Henry Hobson Richardson
c.Joseph Maria Olbrich
1. André Derain's Mountains at Collioure reflects his close study of which earlier painter?
b.John Singer Sargent
d.Vincent van Gogh
1.Which architect designed the first large commercial buildings characterized by round arches, large windows, and a cast-iron interior skeleton?
a.Louis Henry Sullivan
b.Henry Hobson Richardson
1.What element of André Derain's The Turning Road, L'Estaque does he intend to reflect the energy of the landscape he was painting?
1.What was the original title of Edvard Munch's powerfully emotional The Scream?