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1. Which High Renaissance painter made little models and painted through a grid?

a. Tintoretto

b. Titian

c. Leonardo

d. Veronese

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2. Which is the basis for Botticelli's Venus?

a. Masaccio's Eve

b. The antique Medici Venus

c. Donatello's David

d. Pollaioulo's Battle of the Nudes

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3. Which is the term for a little boy often shown naked and with wings?

a. Giornata

b. Sgraffito

c. Aedicula

d. Putto

4. Who was perhaps the Renaissance's greatest woman patron of the arts and the Marchesa of Mantua?

a. Sofonisba Anguissola

b. Lavinia Fontana

c. Caterina van Hemessen

d. Isabella d'Esté

5. How does Michelangelo organize and give structure to the Sistine Ceiling?

a. With illusionistic architectural elements

b. By one unifying scene

c. With a pyramidal composition

d. With a circular composition

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6. Like Mannerist painting, the Burial of Count Orgaz:

a. shows every detail.

b. has no specific reference to the setting.

c. has a symmetrical composition.

d. focuses on the surrounding landscape.

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7. Which is true of the subject of the pietà?

a. Michelangelo's is the first one.

b. It was common in Northern Europe.

c. It was common in Italy.

d. Michelangelo's is the only one.

8. Which work has Michelangelo's signature?

a. David

b. Pietà

c. The ceiling of the Sistine Chapel

d. Last Judgment

9. Who began the long tradition of illusionistic ceiling painting?

a. Sandro Botticelli

b. Andrea Mantegna

c. Giovanni Bellini

d. Piero della Francesca

10. For what was the Isenheim Altarpiece commissioned?

a. Pilgrimage church in Isenheim

b. Residence of the Bishop of Mainz

c. Residence of the ruler of Halle

d. Hospital that specialized in skin diseases

11. Which four artists define the High Renaissance?

a. Raphael, Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Titian

b. Donatello, Botticelli, Raphael, and Leonardo

c. Donatello, Mantegna, Masaccio, and Michelangelo

d. Raphael, Donatello, Masaccio, and Brunelleschi

12. Which of Raphael's works includes a self-portrait?

a. The Small Cowper Madonna

b. Poetry and the Arts

c. School of Athens

d. Miraculous Draft of Fishes

13. In which of his works did Leonardo explore the relationship of the circle and the square to the ideal human body?

a. Vitruvian Man

b. Mona Lisa

c. Last Supper

d. School of Athens

14. Where was the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance?

a. Rome

b. Siena

c. Venice

d. Florence

15. What is the term for a series of paintings on a single subject?

a. Polyptych

b. Cycle

c. Arrangement

d. Procession

16. Which of the following is a system of showing distance through color, clarity, and value?

a. Atmospheric perspective

b. Linear perspective

c. Mathematical perspective

d. Intuitive perspective

17. What makes van der Weyden's Deposition of special importance?

a. It is his only known work.

b. It is the first oil painting.

c. It establishes the characteristics of his work.

d. It was sent to Italy and spread the Flemish style there.

18. What was the purpose and setting for Fra Angelico's Annunciation?

a. An altarpiece in a monastery chapel

b. For meditation and prayer in monks' private living quarters

c. For a noblewoman's devotional at her home

d. For the Pope's viewing in the Vatican apartments

19. Where did Michelangelo include a self-portrait in the Last Judgment?

a. In Charon's boat

b. In the sagging skin of Saint Bartholomew

c. In the crowd on the right hand of Christ

d. With donkey ears in Hell

20. Propezia de Rossi was best known for her _________.

a. paintings of the Madonna

b. sculpted miniatures

c. sculptures of Christ

d. help to Michelangelo

21. Which of the following was not among the great early Flemish painters?

a. Jan van Eyck

b. Rogier van der Weyden

c. Robert Campin

d. Paolo Uccello

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22. Upon which moment in the story of Jesus' Last Supper did Leonardo focus in his portrayal?

a. The passing of the bread

b. Jesus' statement that one of the disciples would betray him

c. The symbolism and distribution of the wine

d. The reception of the Holy Spirit

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23. Which event marks the end of the classical phase of the High Renaissance?

a. The death of Michelangelo

b. The death of Bramante

c. The death of Julius II

d. The death of Raphael

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24. Who changed Florentine painting more than anyone since Giotto?

a. Fra Angelico

b. Paolo Uccello

c. Sandro Botticelli

d. Masaccio

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25. In linear perspective, all parallel lines converge at a(n):

a. orthogonal.

b. vanishing point.

c. horizon line.

d. picture plane.

26. In which subject is Titian considered renowned?

a. Landscape

b. Female nudes

c. Virgin and Child

d. Still life

27. Mannerism originated in:

a. Venice, Italy.

b. Fontainebleau, France.

c. Florence, Italy.

d. Toledo, Spain.

the elements of Mannerism

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28. ________ was Giorgione's assistant who became one of the most famous Renaissance artists.

a. Titian

b. Michelangelo

c. Raphael

d. Pontormo

29. In Bronzoni's Allegory of Venus and Cupid, Mannerist elements are ___________.

a. graceful poses, soft color, and polished surfaces

b. exaggerated poses, water imagery, and putto

c. dramatic poses, bold color, and rough surfaces

d. stiff poses, hazy color, and water imagery

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30. Who traveled to Italy twice and brought back ideas of perspective, ideal human proportions, and painting techniques to his home country?

a. Albrecht Dürer

b. Matthias Grünewald

c. Tilman Riemenschneider

d. Hans Holbein the Younger

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