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1. What was the Eiffel Tower meant to symbolize?

a. Universal love

b. Bridge to the future

c. French industrial progress

d. French ties to four continents

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2. Whose painting gave Impressionism its name?

a. Manet

b. Monet

c. Morisot

d. Degas

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3. For which subject is Degas best known?

a. Ballet scenes

b. Landscape

c. Portraits

d. Mother and child

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4. Which artist is best known for expressing anxiety and a fear of death?

a. Vincent van Gogh

b. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

c. Edvard Munch

d. Paul Gauguin

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5. What is the title of Grant Wood's American classic of an Iowa farmer and his daughter?

a. American Landscape

b. American Gothic

c. Spring Showers

d. The Joy of Life

6. Which art movement was particularly interested in exploring Freud's ideas about the subconscious?

a. Cubism

b. Fauvism

c. Surrealism

d. De Stijl

7. What are the documents called wherein twentieth-century artists wrote declarations of their artistic principles?

a. Automatic writing

b. Readymades

c. Collage

d. Manifestos

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8. Which of the following is characterized by fluid linear arabesques and organic forms?

a. Historicism

b. Impressionism

c. Synthetism

d. Art Nouveau

9. What did the Post-Impressionists NOT change about Impressionism?

a. Bright palette

b. Color patch

c. Subject matter

d. Spontaneous recording of light

10. In architecture, what is the strong consciousness of and attention to the institutions, themes, styles, and forms of the past called?

a. Passage technique

b. Arts and Crafts Movement

c. Art Nouveau

d. Historicism

11. Which art movement combined Fauvist color with analytic cubist form in works dedicated to the modern city and modern technology?

a. Futurism

b. Orphism

c. Suprematism

d. Dada

12. What was the result of Dorothea Lange's photographs?

a. Documentary photography became fine art

b. The federal government began the Farm Securities Administration

c. Farm workers began their first union

d. California built migrant labor camps

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13. Which of the following was one of the three principles of the International Style architecture?

a. The conception of architecture as volume rather than mass

b. Symmetry as the chief means of ordering design

c. Applied decoration

d. Load bearing walls of dense material

14. What was the movement of African-American writers, artists, and musicians that explored black experience and identity?

a. Precisionists

b. Harlem Renaissance

c. New Realists

d. Regionalists

15. Which art movement aimed to attack everything old, dull, feminine, and safe and promote the masculine, including warfare and speed?

a. Dada

b. Orphism

c. Suprematism

d. Futurism

16. Which is the movement where motifs are created by combining simpler elements, which are sometimes actually pasted on?

a. Analytic Cubism

b. Fauvism

c. Futurism

d. Synthetic Cubism

17. What caused modern art to be transformed from an embattled fringe movement to being a component of "high culture?"

a. Two great world wars

b. Advance of capitalism

c. Technological changes

d. State supported museums of modern art

18. What was Gauguin's word for combining feelings with observation?

a. Synthetism

b. Passage technique

c. Pointillism

d. Avant-garde

19. Which is true of the new Bauhaus building in Dessau that Gropius designed?

a. It makes use of beautiful veneers.

b. The surface decorations add variety and interest.

c. Materials appear simply as they are: concrete, glass, and steel.

d. It follows Beaux-Arts traditions.

20. Which of the following best describes Käthe Schmidt Kollwitz's idea of what art should be or do?

a. A mental comforter, like a good armchair

b. A political tool to reach as many people as possible

c. An escape from the drab, ordinary world

d. To evoke an emotive response, like music

21. Which kind of art must communicate EXCLUSIVELY through formal means such as line, shape, color, and texture?

a. Realist

b. Nonrepresentational

c. Abstract

d. Intuitive

22. Architects from which city are credited for the development of the skyscraper?

a. New York

b. Chicago

c. Paris

d. St. Louis

23. Who began the concept of seeing objects from different viewpoints into the same painting?

a. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

b. Edvard Munch

c. Paul Gauguin

d. Paul Cézanne

24. Paul Cézanne's was crucial to the development of modern twentieth-century art because _________.

a. he didn't reproduce nature, but expressed his personal perspective

b. he taught many other artists

c. he revived an interest in classical perspectives and subjects

d. he used modern materials and a new brush called a wisk

25. Which artist contributed most significantly to the emergence of expressionism?

a. Georges Seurat

b. Vincent van Gogh

c. Paul Cézanne

d. Paul Signac

26. The art of which country so greatly influenced French art in the last half of the nineteenth century that a term was coined [the country's name being the root of the term] just to describe this influence?

a. China

b. Japan

c. India

d. Saudi Arabia

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27. Which of the following differentiates Georges Seurat from Impressionism?

a. Subjects he chooses

b. Bright colors

c. Formal geometry of the composition

d. Lack of glazing and blending

28. Whose work was André Derain describing when he said it was "like sticks of dynamite?"

a. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

b. Pablo Picasso

c. Gustav Klimt

d. Henri Matisse

29. On which occasion was The Two Fridas painted?

a. Frida's marriage to Diego Rivera

b. Frida's divorce from Diego Rivera

c. Frida's stormy engagement

d. Diego Rivera's death

30. The primary colors are:

a. red, yellow, and blue.

b. green, orange, and purple.

c. red, green, and blue.

d. black and white.

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