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Discuss the representation of the human body by the ancient Egyptians and the ancient Greeks.What are the similarities and differences between the two? What does the sculptural representation of the human form say about each culture?


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Posted by Stephanie Sandifer at 05/04/13 12:40 PM

How did the religious beliefs in Jewish, Christian, and Islamic societies affect the depiction of the human figure in the artwork of these cultures? Provide one or more examples from your textbook to illustrate your points.

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Posted by Stephanie Sandifer at 05/04/13 12:41 PM

What is the relationship between spirituality and Gothic architecture? What other features of this culture do the other arts reveal? Refer to specific examples.

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Posted by Stephanie Sandifer at 05/04/13 12:42 PM

How did “Humanism” affect the life and work of the Renaissance artists? Select an example from your textbook and describe how the example illustrates or reflects a humanistic philosophy.



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Posted by Stephanie Sandifer at 05/04/13 12:42 PM

How does the artwork of the Neoclassical, Romantic, and Realist movements reflect the political and social issues of the historical period in which each was produced? What differences do you observe between the work from this period and earlier work that we have studied?


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Cubism, Expressionism, and Nonrepresentational artwork was dramatically different from what had come before in the history of art.

Why did the artists involved in the creation of art from these art movements choose such radical and innovative approaches to the design of their artwork? What influenced these artists?











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homework 1

Running head: [INSERT TITLE HERE]

[INSERT TITLE HERE]

Student Name

Allied American University

Author Note

This paper was prepared for [INSERT COURSE NAME], [INSERT COURSE ASSIGNMENT] taught by [INSERT INSTRUCTOR’S NAME].


Directions: Please answer the questions below in complete sentences using APA guidelines. Your response to each should be at least 300 words in length. Utilize examples from the textbook, if applicable.

1. What important method of learning to be an artist is suggested by Rembrandt’s drawing of The Last Supper?

2. What effect has patronage had on art history? What current forms of patronage exist in the arts?

3. What possible uses and meanings did prehistoric artists have for creating Paleolithic and Neolithic human figurines?

4. Describe Stonehenge and discuss its purpose and meaning.

5. How do the depictions on the sound box of the bull lyre from the tomb of King Meskalamdug in Ur relate to the Epic of Gilgamesh? Why is evaluating such details important to the study of art history?

6. Considering the material, the subject matter and its pose, interpret the message of the Votive statue of Gudea. What possible reasons the ruler have to make such statues?

Midterm Project – Introduction

The Midterm Project is due with your Module 4 Homework Assignment.

Choose one of the following artworks or artists for your Midterm Report. Your report must completely answer the four questions posed to guide your research. Write in complete sentences and utilize APA guidelines. You will need to use the LIRN library and the Internet to find enough information and, therefore, you will need to cite your sources on a final page labeled “References.

1. Describe the work or artist (100 words or more).

- state the correct name

- state the artist(s) if known

- give the actual dimensions of the work (feet and inches)

- note the principle features of the work

2. Compare (50 words or more).

- explain how this artwork (or artist) is similar to others of the same time

- is it part of a trend?

3. Contrast (50 words or more).

- explain how this artwork (or artist) is different from all others of the same time

- is it/he part of a revolution

4. Evaluate (100 words or more).

- explain why this artwork (or artist) is significant or important to his or her age

- why did he become popular during his time

- what did he contribute to the future of art

5. References

- list your sources of information so that the instructor can locate them later and check your work

  • Artwork

o Stonehenge (Neolithic England)

o Babylon’s Ishtar Gate (Babylonia-Iraq)

o House Altar: Akhenaten, Nefertiti and three of their daughters (Egypt)

o Temple of Angor Wat (Southeast Asia - Cambodia)

o Terracotta Army, Qin Dynasty (China)

o Polyclitus’ Discus-bearer (Greece)

o Pantheon (Rome)

o Statue of Augustus Prima Porta (Rome)

o Stained glass rose window of Chartres Cathedral (France)

o The Lamentation by Giotto (Italy)

o Portrait of a Young Woman by Petrus Christus (Flemish)

o Alhambra (Spain – Islam)

o Moses – sculpture by Michelangelo (Rome)

o Triumph of Galatea by Raphael (Rome)

o Vatican Dome by Bramante (Bramante)

  • Artists

o Polyclitus

o Fra Angelico

o Giotto

o Pisanello

o Donatello

o Rembrandt Van Rijn




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Running head: [INSERT TITLE HERE]

[INSERT TITLE HERE]

Student Name

Allied American University

Author Note

This paper was prepared for [INSERT COURSE NAME], [INSERT COURSE ASSIGNMENT] taught by [INSERT INSTRUCTOR’S NAME].


Directions: Please answer the questions below in complete sentences using APA guidelines. Your response to each should be at least 300 words in length. Utilize examples from the textbook, if applicable.

1. How did Egyptians typically portray the human figure?

2. Compare the sculptures of Gudea and Khafre.

3. Compare a Chinese pagoda, a Han watchtower, and an Indian stupa.

4. Discuss the Japanese aesthetic for natural materials and give an example.

5. Discuss the elements of color and its relationship to Greek sculpture. Why is the consideration of color important?

6. Describe the stylistic development that occurred from the Peplos Kore, to the Parthenon’s pedimental sculpture, and the Nike Adjusting Her Sandal.Running head: [INSERT TITLE HERE]

[INSERT TITLE HERE]

Student Name

Allied American University

Author Note

This paper was prepared for [INSERT COURSE NAME], [INSERT COURSE ASSIGNMENT] taught by [INSERT INSTRUCTOR’S NAME].


Directions: Please answer the questions below in complete sentences using APA guidelines. Your response to each should be at least 300 words in length. Utilize examples from the textbook, if applicable.

1. Compare Etruscan sculpture with Archaic Greek sculpture. What are the similarities and differences? Give examples.

2. Describe the symbols, their meaning, and the political message of the Gemma Augustea.

3. Use one or two examples to explain the importance of symbolism in Early Christian art.

4. Discuss the theme of the “good shepherd” in Early Christian and Byzantine art. What was its importance to Christians? How did it change over time?

5. Discuss what makes the Tugra of Sultan Suleyman I a good example of Islamic art.

6. Using specific examples, describe outside influences that are seen in Islamic architecture.




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Running head: [INSERT TITLE HERE]

[INSERT TITLE HERE]

Student Name

Allied American University

Author Note

This paper was prepared for [INSERT COURSE NAME], [INSERT COURSE ASSIGNMENT] taught by [INSERT INSTRUCTOR’S NAME].


Directions: Please answer the questions below in complete sentences using APA guidelines. Your response to each should be at least 300 words in length. Utilize examples from the textbook, if applicable.

1. What does a dragon symbolize in Chinese art? Use examples from specific artworks to illustrate.

2. What makes Shen Zhou’s Poet on a Mountaintop such an excellent example of literati painting during the Ming dynasty?

3. Describe the innovation of the westwork. How does it relate to and differ from Roman and Early Christian architecture?

4. Discuss the purposes of Christian art using examples to illustrate your points.

5. Describe the evolution that occurred during the Gothic age in church naves, towers, vaults, and windows.

6. Contrast the two Virgin and Child Enthroned paintings by Cimabue and Giotto. What are their similarities and differences? Who was more important to the future of painting and why?

Midterm Project – Submission

The Midterm Project is due this week with your Module 4 Homework Assignment. Please upload a second document entitled “Midterm Project” with your Module 4 Homework Assignment.

Choose one of the following artworks or artists for your Midterm Report. Your report must completely answer the four questions posed to guide your research. Write in complete sentences and utilize APA guidelines. You will need to use the LIRN library and the Internet to find enough information and, therefore, you will need to cite your sources on a final page labeled “References.

1. Describe the work or artist (100 words or more).

- state the correct name

- state the artist(s) if known

- give the actual dimensions of the work (feet and inches)

- note the principle features of the work

2. Compare (50 words or more).

- explain how this artwork (or artist) is similar to others of the same time

- is it part of a trend?

3. Contrast (50 words or more).

- explain how this artwork (or artist) is different from all others of the same time

- is it/he part of a revolution

4. Evaluate (100 words or more).

- explain why this artwork (or artist) is significant or important to his or her age

- why did he become popular during his time

- what did he contribute to the future of art

5. References

- list your sources of information so that the instructor can locate them later and check your work

  • Artwork

o Stonehenge (Neolithic England)

o Babylon’s Ishtar Gate (Babylonia-Iraq)

o House Altar: Akhenaten, Nefertiti and three of their daughters (Egypt)

o Temple of Angor Wat (Southeast Asia - Cambodia)

o Terracotta Army, Qin Dynasty (China)

o Polyclitus’ Discus-bearer (Greece)

o Pantheon (Rome)

o Statue of Augustus Prima Porta (Rome)

o Stained glass rose window of Chartres Cathedral (France)

o The Lamentation by Giotto (Italy)

o Portrait of a Young Woman by Petrus Christus (Flemish)

o Alhambra (Spain – Islam)

o Moses – sculpture by Michelangelo (Rome)

o Triumph of Galatea by Raphael (Rome)

o Vatican Dome by Bramante (Bramante)

  • Artists

o Polyclitus

o Fra Angelico

o Giotto

o Pisanello

o Donatello

o Rembrandt Van Rijn



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Running head: [INSERT TITLE HERE]

[INSERT TITLE HERE]

Student Name

Allied American University

Author Note

This paper was prepared for [INSERT COURSE NAME], [INSERT COURSE ASSIGNMENT] taught by [INSERT INSTRUCTOR’S NAME].


Directions: Please answer the questions below in complete sentences using APA guidelines. Your response to each should be at least 300 words in length. Utilize examples from the textbook, if applicable.

1. Compare Etruscan sculpture with Archaic Greek sculpture. What are the similarities and differences? Give examples.

2. Describe the symbols, their meaning, and the political message of the Gemma Augustea.

3. Use one or two examples to explain the importance of symbolism in Early Christian art.

4. Discuss the theme of the “good shepherd” in Early Christian and Byzantine art. What was its importance to Christians? How did it change over time?

5. Discuss what makes the Tugra of Sultan Suleyman I a good example of Islamic art.

6. Using specific examples, describe outside influences that are seen in Islamic architecture.


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unning head: [INSERT TITLE HERE]

[INSERT TITLE HERE]

Student Name

Allied American University

Author Note

This paper was prepared for [INSERT COURSE NAME], [INSERT COURSE ASSIGNMENT] taught by [INSERT INSTRUCTOR’S NAME].


Directions: Please answer the questions below in complete sentences using APA guidelines. Your response to each should be at least 500 words in length. Utilize examples from the textbook, if applicable.

1. How did Brunelleschi use color in his architectural interiors?

2. Explain the message and meaning of van Eyck’s Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and his Wife, Giovanna Cenami.

3. Choose a work that best represents the High Renaissance and explain why the artist is an appropriate choice and what characteristics make the work a prime example of the period.

4. How does Tintoretto’s Last Supper differ from Leonardo’s?

Final Project – Introduction

The Final Project is due with your Module 8 Homework Assignment.

Choose one of the following artworks or artists for your Final Report. Your report must completely answer the four questions posed to guide your research. Write in complete sentences and utilize APA guidelines. You will need to use the LIRN library and the Internet to find enough information and, therefore, you will need to cite your sources on a final page labeled “References.

1. Describe the work or artist (100 words or more).

- state the correct name

- state the artist(s) if known

- give the actual dimensions of the work (feet and inches)

- note the principle features of the work

2. Compare (50 words or more).

- explain how this artwork (or artist) is similar to others of the same time

- is it part of a trend?

3. Contrast (50 words or more).

- explain how this artwork (or artist) is different from all others of the same time

- is it/he part of a revolution

4. Evaluate (100 words or more).

- explain why this artwork (or artist) is significant or important to his or her age

- why did he become popular during his time

- what did he contribute to the future of art

5. References

- list your sources of information so that the instructor can locate them later and check your work

  • Artwork

o Palladio, Villa Emo, (Veneto, Italy)

o Ghiberti, The Gates of Paradise, Florence

o Perugino, Jesus giving the Keys to Peter, Rome

o Andrea del Sarto, Madonna of the Harpies, Florence

o Tintoretto, Paradise, Venice

o Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Worldly Delights, Netherlands

o Wren, St. Paul's Cathedral (London)

o Allegory On The Blessings Of Peace, Rubens

o Catherina Hooft and Her Nurse, Frans Hals

o The Stone Breakers, Gustave Courbet.

o Murals or other artifacts in Calakmul, Mexico

o Pueblo Bonito in Chaco Canyon , AZ

o Art of divination magic in Yoruba, Africa

o Chrysler Building, New York City

o Nude Descending a Staircase, Marcel Duchamp

o Meret Oppenheim, Object (fur bowl and spoon), Switzerland

o Dorothea Lange, Migrant Mother, 1936

  • Artists

o Fra Angelico

o Ghiberti

o Giovanni Bellini

o Andrea del Sarto

o El Greco

o Hieronymus Bosch

o Frans Hals the Elder

o Jusepe de Ribera

o Nicolas Poussin

o Canova, Antonio

o Ingres, Jean-Auguste-Dominique –

o François Boucher

o Honoré Daumier

o Gustave Courbet

o Albert Bierstadt

o Paul Gaugin

o Mary Cassatt

o Paul Klee

o Man Ray

o Thomas Hart Benton

o Remedios Varo Uranga





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Running head: [INSERT TITLE HERE]

[INSERT TITLE HERE]

Student Name

Allied American University

Author Note

This paper was prepared for [INSERT COURSE NAME], [INSERT COURSE ASSIGNMENT] taught by [INSERT INSTRUCTOR’S NAME].


Directions: Please answer the questions below in complete sentences using APA guidelines. Your response to each should be at least 500 words in length. Utilize examples from the textbook, if applicable.

1. Discuss how Bernini and Caravaggio established the Baroque style in sculpture and painting respectively, focusing on one specific work by each artist.

2. Use examples to explain the characteristics of Baroque art.

3. Use examples to explain the picturesque or naturalistic style of English Romantic landscape painting like?

4. What characteristics distinguish the four artistic styles that prevailed during the eighteenth and early nineteenth




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Running head: [INSERT TITLE HERE]

[INSERT TITLE HERE]

Student Name

Allied American University

Author Note

This paper was prepared for [INSERT COURSE NAME], [INSERT COURSE ASSIGNMENT] taught by [INSERT INSTRUCTOR’S NAME].


Directions: Please answer the questions below in complete sentences using APA guidelines. Your response to each should be at least 500 words in length. Utilize examples from the textbook, if applicable.

1. Discuss the message, meaning, and symbolism in the Inca’s use of pattern and color on cloth.

2. What was the Native American concept of art and what was its place in their civilizations? Use specific examples to support your argument.

3. What is the meaning of the symbols on the abstract Bwa masks?

4. Use examples to explain why it is especially important to know the purpose and function of African art work in order to understand it.






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Running head: [INSERT TITLE HERE]

[INSERT TITLE HERE]

Student Name

Allied American University

Author Note

This paper was prepared for [INSERT COURSE NAME], [INSERT COURSE ASSIGNMENT] taught by [INSERT INSTRUCTOR’S NAME].


Directions: Please answer the questions below in complete sentences using APA guidelines. Your response to each should be at least 400 words in length. Utilize examples from the textbook, if applicable.

1. Discuss Manet’s relationship with historical painting. What examples did he follow, and in what ways did he radically break from those examples?

2. Using Mont Saint-Victoire as an example, explain how Paul Cézanne changes Impressionism and sets the stage for twentieth-century art.

3. Compare and contrast the goals of two art movements of the 20th Century. Focus your analysis on how they rebel against. Use examples of artists and their artworks to illustrate your points.

4. Describe the development and influence of cubism on twentieth century art. Include a comment regarding the working relationship of Picasso and Braque.

Final Project – Submission

The Final Project is due this week with your Module 8 Homework Assignment. Please upload a second document entitled “Final Project” with your Module 8 Homework Assignment.

Choose one of the following artworks or artists for your Final Report. Your report must completely answer the four questions posed to guide your research. Write in complete sentences and utilize APA guidelines. You will need to use the LIRN library and the Internet to find enough information and, therefore, you will need to cite your sources on a final page labeled “References.

1. Describe the work or artist (100 words or more).

- state the correct name

- state the artist(s) if known

- give the actual dimensions of the work (feet and inches)

- note the principle features of the work

2. Compare (50 words or more).

- explain how this artwork (or artist) is similar to others of the same time

- is it part of a trend?

3. Contrast (50 words or more).

- explain how this artwork (or artist) is different from all others of the same time

- is it/he part of a revolution

4. Evaluate (100 words or more).

- explain why this artwork (or artist) is significant or important to his or her age

- why did he become popular during his time

- what did he contribute to the future of art

5. References

- list your sources of information so that the instructor can locate them later and check your work

  • Artwork

o Palladio, Villa Emo, (Veneto, Italy)

o Ghiberti, The Gates of Paradise, Florence

o Perugino, Jesus giving the Keys to Peter, Rome

o Andrea del Sarto, Madonna of the Harpies, Florence

o Tintoretto, Paradise, Venice

o Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Worldly Delights, Netherlands

o Wren, St. Paul's Cathedral (London)

o Allegory On The Blessings Of Peace, Rubens

o Catherina Hooft and Her Nurse, Frans Hals

o The Stone Breakers, Gustave Courbet.

o Murals or other artifacts in Calakmul, Mexico

o Pueblo Bonito in Chaco Canyon , AZ

o Art of divination magic in Yoruba, Africa

o Chrysler Building, New York City

o Nude Descending a Staircase, Marcel Duchamp

o Meret Oppenheim, Object (fur bowl and spoon), Switzerland

o Dorothea Lange, Migrant Mother, 1936

  • Artists

o Fra Angelico

o Ghiberti

o Giovanni Bellini

o Andrea del Sarto

o El Greco

o Hieronymus Bosch

o Frans Hals the Elder

o Jusepe de Ribera

o Nicolas Poussin

o Canova, Antonio

o Ingres, Jean-Auguste-Dominique

o François Boucher

o Honoré Daumier

o Gustave Courbet

o Albert Bierstadt

o Paul Gaugin

o Mary Cassatt

o Paul Klee

o Man Ray

o Thomas Hart Benton

o Remedios Varo Uranga














mod 1 check your understanding



uestion Points

1. The effort and organization of the works discourages which conclusion about Paleolithic cave paintings?

a. They were for a ritual.

b. They had a social function.

c. They were aesthetic decoration.

d. They aided the hunt.

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2. An upright stone slab decorated with writing or images, which is used as a marker or memorial is a:

a. dolmen.

b. stele.

c. pylon.

d. cairn.

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3. In some works of art, the size of the figures denotes their importance. This is known as:

a. hieratic scale.

b. iconography.

c. stylization.

d. abstraction.

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4. The Lion-Human sculpture, oldest artwork know, depicts what?

a. A man wearing a lion mask

b. A god or spirit who is part man and part lion

c. A man becoming or who has the power of a lion

d. It is not known what the artwork is intended to depict

5. Compared to Paleolithic painting, Neolithic painting is more:

a. colorful.

b. narrative.

c. allegorical.

d. realistic.

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6. Of what is the alabaster relief of Assurbanipal and His Queen in the Garden a depiction?

a. A military victory celebration

b. A romantic love scene

c. A homage to the king

d. A religious ritual

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7. The first prehistoric cave to be discovered was:

a. Lascaux.

b. Altamira.

c. Chauvet.

d. Cogul Lérida.

8. The world's oldest epic tale, told in poetry, is called the Epic of:

a. Naramsin.

b. Gilgamesh.

c. Gudea.

d. Hammurabi.

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9. A central goal of art history is to explore the cultural factors that lead to its creation because __________.

a. meanings of any artwork are complex and can change over time

b. art history is a work continually in progress

c. new research and new approaches to culture change

d. All of the choices apply.

10. "Between the Rivers" is the meaning of:

a. Babylonia.

b. Mesopotamia.

c. Assyria.

d. Egypt.

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11. An early form of writing using wedge-shaped marks is the definition of:

a. hieroglyphic.

b. cuneiform.

c. pictograph.

d. hieratic.

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12. Megalithic construction indicates:

a. ethnic diversity.

b. sharing of tasks.

c. the existence of slavery.

d. larger communities.

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13. A painting that portrays inanimate objects is called a:

a. canon.

b. lithograph.

c. still life.

d. trompe l'oeil.

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14. The study of individual artworks, up close, according to their shared formal qualities is ________.

a. connoisseurship

b. formalism

c. idealism

d. iconography

15. The oldest works of art found to-date are ________ years old.

a. 24,000

b. 26,000

c. 30,000

d. 120,000

16. The shelters of Paleolithic people were _______.

a. large stone structures

b. tents of unknown materials

c. proof of imagination and planning

d. large wooden homes

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17. Which of the following defines abstraction the best?

a. The image appears to record the visible world accurately

b. The image transforms recognizable objects into patterns or ideals

c. The image does not depict any recognizable object

d. A real object takes the place of an image

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18. Which of the following defines nonrepresentational the best?

a. The image appears to record the visible world accurately

b. The image is altered from reality but suggests the original object

c. The image does not depict any recognizable object

d. A real object takes the place of an image

19. A small stone, decorated with incised patterns, that makes an identifying "signature" when rolled across soft clay or wax is called a:

a. cylinder seal.

b. capital.

c. stele.

d. cairn.

20. Which of the following is an image created as a devotional offering to a deity?

a. Cartouche

b. Icon

c. Stele





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Question Points

1. If the Greek Classical sculptures were designed to make you think, the Hellenistic sculptures were designed to make you:

a. celebrate.

b. act.

c. feel.

d. pray.

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2. In Egyptian history, the "Old Kingdom," "Middle Kingdom," and the "New Kingdom" represents:

a. three ruling family lines.

b. broad historical developments.

c. three foreigners who ruled Egypt.

d. the builders of the three great pyramids.

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3. The Minoan writing that has been deciphered is:

a. hieroglyphic.

b. Linear A.

c. Linear B.

d. cuneiform.

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4. A decorative process in which one material is set into the surface of an object is called:

a. inlaying.

b. bracketing.

c. glazing.

d. incising.

5. Where do we see Han architecture?

a. In the Great Wild Goose Pagoda

b. In the Nanchan Temple

c. At Borobudur

d. Only in ceramic models

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6. Which of the following is the Egyptian symbol of life?

a. Cartouche

b. Scarab

c. Ankh

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7. Which characterized the Indian sense of beauty?

a. Simplicity

b. Geometric order

c. Profusion of ornament

d. Standardized proportions

8. An entablature consists of:

a. stylobate, sterobate, and architrave.

b. architrave, frieze, and cornice.

c. triglyph, metope, and abacus.

d. pediment, cornice, and architrave.

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9. How were geometric funerary vases used?

a. To pour libations

b. As grave markers

c. To carry wine to the funeral

d. To keep the ashes of the deceased

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10. From which country does the world's oldest surviving fired pottery come?

a. Japan

b. Korea

c. China

d. India

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11. In the Egyptian religion, __________ was the ibis-headed god and __________ was the falcon-headed god.

a. Thoth; Horus

b. Ammit; Thoth

c. Anubis; Horus

d. Horus; Osiris

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12. In early Buddhist art, Buddha himself is shown:

a. in a Roman style toga.

b. seated on a lotus throne.

c. only symbolically.

d. as an ordinary teacher.

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13. Which of the following is a type of hard glossy varnish?

a. Lacquer

b. Glaze

c. Seal

d. Enamelwork

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14. __________ refers to the illusion on a flat surface of objects projecting sharply into space, and __________ refers to creating the illusion of three-dimensionality on a flat surface through the use of lights and darks.

a. Foreshortening; modeling

b. Shading; foreshortening

c. Undercutting; perspective

d. Modeling; contraposto

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15. The Man and Centaur sculpture is an example of:

a. archaic ceramics.

b. early Classical bronze casting.

c. geometric style.

d. "high" Classical ideals.

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16. Which is the oldest surviving documented wooden structure in the world?

a. Inner Shrine, Ise, Japan

b. Horyu-ji, Japan

c. Nanchan Temple, China

d. Great Stupa, Sanchi, India

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17. In the Buddha and Attendants from Mathura, the image of Buddha is developed from images of:

a. Greco-Roman gods.

b. Shiva.

c. Yakshas.

d. Yakshis.

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18. The Hellenistic era begins upon the death of _______.

a. Helen of Troy

b. Hellas of Athens

c. Jesus Christ

d. Alexander the Great

19. Which subject occurs most often in the world's art?

a. Mythological characters and their stories

b. Landscape, cityscape, and seascape

c. Portraits and contemporary life

d. Animals

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20. The oldest and largest of the Giza pyramids is that of:

a. Djoser.

b. Khafre.

c. Khufu.

d. Menkaure.

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21. Which is the sculptural term for removing more material behind the positive shapes so that they cast deeper shadows?

a. Modeling

b. Shading

c. Foreshortening

d. Undercutting

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22. Which of the following is a method of building using huge blocks of rough-hewn stone?

a. Ashlar construction

b. Cyclopean construction

c. Crenellated construction

d. Dressed stone construction

LO1I:Identify the common elements and terms of ancient art and architecture

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23. Chinese writing characters evolved from:

a. cuneiform characters.

b. hieroglyphics.

c. pictographs.

d. hieratic characters.

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24. When were Egyptian artistic conventions followed most strictly?

a. When depicting the slaves

b. When depicting the priests

c. When depicting royalty

d. When depicting commoners

25. You can tell a bodhisattva from a Buddha because a bodhisattva has:

a. simple monk's robes.

b. a lotus throne.

c. a tuft of white hair between his eyes.

d. lavish clothes and crown.

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26. The Greek war against Troy as told by Homer in the Iliad most likely involved the:

a. Cycladic people.

b. Minoans.

c. Mycenaeans.

d. Persians.

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27. Qin Shihuangdi's ceramic soldiers were mass-produced by using:

a. standardized molds.

b. body casts.

c. cylinders for legs, arms, torso.

d. stamps.

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28. Who designed the funerary complex and stepped pyramid of Djoser?

a. Djoser

b. Imhotep

c. Menkaure

d. Menes

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29. In the Tang dynasty, ceramic figurines were produced by the thousand for use in:

a. Buddhist monasteries.

b. tombs.

c. courts.

d. trade.

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30. Images of Senusret III are typically described as:

a. angry.

b. joyous.

c. vicious.

d. melancholy.

31. Which of the following is three-dimensional and free of any background or block?

a. Relief

b. Bas relief

c. Contraposto

d. Sculpture in the round

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32. __________ designed the sculpture of the Parthenon, and __________ is noted for developing a "canon" of proportion and carved a sculpture to illustrate it.

a. Pericles; Phidias

b. Kleisthenes; Praxiteles

c. Socrates; Pericles

d. Phidias; Polykleitos

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33. Fayum mummy portraits were painted using what kind of medium?

a. Encaustic

b. Fresco

c. Oil

d. Watercolor

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34. Which of the following characteristics of Greek art became more pronounced during Hellenistic times?

a. It became more idealized.

b. It became more all-encompassing.

c. It was more individual and emotional.

d. It was more calm and aloof.

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35. What allowed the Greeks to begin to create more complex action poses in their sculpture at the beginning of the Classical age?

a. Study of anatomy

b. Use of bronze instead of marble

c. Development of better tools

d. Development of beehive kilns



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1. Which Islamic art form was most well known and accepted best in Europe?

a. Tugras

b. Carpets

c. Ceramics

d. Silks

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2. What is the striking difference between depictions of the Greek procession on the Parthenon and the Roman procession on the Ara Pacis?

a. The Greek figures are nude.

b. The Roman one is longer.

c. The Greek cutting is much deeper.

d. The Roman one shows actual people.

3. What is the angular Islamic script that developed first called?

a. Interlace

b. Iwan

c. Muqarnas

d. Kufic

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4. What is parchment made of?

a. Animal skin

b. Papyrus

c. Tree bark

d. Cloth

5. Which of the following is an oven designed to fire clay at high temperature?

a. Basilica

b. Aqueduct

c. Atrium

d. Kiln

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6. In Byzantine architecture, which is the preferred way to support a dome?

a. With squinches

b. With pendentives

c. With a colonnade

d. With a drum

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7. In Islamic architecture, which is a large vaulted chamber with one side being an open arch?

a. Iwan

b. Madrasa

c. Muqarna

d. Mihrab

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8. The difficulty of making large clay sculpture is that when it is wet it tends to:

a. collapse.

b. expand.

c. puddle.

d. mould.

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9. What does the Arch of Titus commemorate?

a. Titus's coronation as Emperor

b. Titus's birth

c. Titus's death

d. Titus's capture of Jerusalem

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10. Which is an image of a holy person?

a. Mandorla

b. Icon

c. Cheribum

d. Cloison

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11. The Romans could build faster and cheaper because they developed the use of:

a. mass production.

b. concrete.

c. slave labor.

d. modular construction.

12. A semi-precious stone or gemstone carved in low relief is known as a:

a. cameo.

b. dado.

c. pilaster.

d. spandrel.

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13. The House of the Silver Wedding is so named because:

a. a silver plate depicting a marriage was found there.

b. the patrons who paid for the modern excavation were having their 50th wedding anniversary.

c. Roman documents unearthed there gave it that name.

d. a male and female body found in an embrace, both about age 75, was excavated there.

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14. What was the very important contributing tradition that resulted in Roman veristic portraiture?

a. Celebrity status of the gladiators

b. Fame of the Roman prostitutes

c. Death masks of deceased relatives

d. Honor given to the Roman senators

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15. Augustus's triumphal return to Rome after establishing Roman rule in Gaul is commemorated in the:

a. Augustus of Primaporta.

b. Temple of Portunus.

c. Gemma Augustea.

d. Ara Pacis.

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16. Which was the specialized art form developed by the Ottomans to symbolize the authority of the sultan on official seals, coins, buildings, and documents?

a. Arabesques

b. Tugras

c. Muqarnas

d. Madrasas

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17. Even after Constantinople fell to Islam, Byzantine art continued in _______.

a. Russian and Neo-Persian art

b. Islam and Eastern Orthodox Christian art

c. Roman Catholic and Protestant art

d. Russian and Protestant art

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18. The theme of wall paintings in the Villa of Mysteries is probably:

a. a Roman orgy.

b. divine justice.

c. initiation into the cult of Bacchus.

d. the Greek play Oedipus Rex.

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19. Which is NOT a type of decoration used at the Great Mosque in Cordoba?

a. Geometric motifs

b. Stylized vegetation

c. Arabic inscriptions

d. Human figures

20. Certain sculptural effects such as the circular patterns in the hair of the Young Flavian Woman are called:

a. drillwork.

b. openwork.

c. cloisonné.

d. undercutting.

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21. The history of Jewish art is fragmented because ________.

a. they forbade the use of images

b. the Jews were exiled from Israel by Hadrian

c. so much was destroyed through persecutions

d. so little was made of durable materials

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22. ______ was influence on the bowl with a Kufic border from Samarkand.

a. Chinese porcelain

b. Korean celadon

c. Greek pottery

d. Byzantine mosaic

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23. Later Byzantine architecture became more:

a. organic.

b. simple.

c. unadorned.

d. complex.

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24. Which is the highest art form in the Islamic world?

a. Sculpture

b. Weaving

c. Calligraphy

d. Painting

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25. The basic unit of Roman architecture is the:

a. round arch.

b. pier.

c. post and lintel.

d. truss.



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Question Points

1. Which painting tradition was the most important influence on Cimabue?

a. French

b. Byzantine

c. Spanish

d. English

tiate and identify Early Medieval and Romanesque forms of art, architecture, and sculpture

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2. Which of the following describes the depiction of Jesus on the Lindau Gospel outer cover?

a. Calm and classical

b. Turbulent and agitated

c. Emotional

d. Abstract and ornamental

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3. What was Gothic architecture called in its own time?

a. Modern

b. Italian

c. Old-fashioned

d. Churchwork

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4. As Gothic architecture emerged, what happened to monarchy?

a. It became powerful and centralized in Italy.

b. The nobility weakened it.

c. It became powerful and centralized in France.

d. The church weakened it.

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5. What is the subject of a "Throne of Wisdom" statue?

a. Solomon on his throne

b. Christ sitting in judgment of the world

c. Virgin Mary holding the Christ Child on her lap

d. Emperor and empress enthroned

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6. Which is the most important surviving example of traditional Chinese architecture?

a. The Forbidden City

b. Byodo-in

c. Angkor Wat

d. Kandariya Mahadeva temple

7. Which is LEAST important in Ottonian art, as seen in Christ Washing the Feet of His Disciples?

a. Roman verism

b. symbolic meaning

c. Byzantine emphasis on outline

d. Byzantine use of color and gold

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8. Where were the two important schools of Italian Gothic painting?

a. Rome and Naples

b. Venice and Ravenna

c. Milan and Bologna

d. Siena and Florence

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9. Which is a vertical painting mounted on silk with a round dowel at the bottom that allows it to be rolled up?

a. Hand-scroll

b. Album leaf

c. Fusuma

d. Hanging scroll

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10. Where can one find depictions of William the Conqueror's invasion and eventual defeat of England?

a. Bishop Bernard Doors

b. Bayeux Tapestry

c. Worchester Chronicle

d. Book of Homilies

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11. Who originated the term Gothic?

a. Michelangelo Buonarroti

b. Giorgio Vasari

c. Petrarch

d. Dante

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12. Which is the symbolism of jewels when applied to the covers of Gospel books?

a. The "pearl of great price" that Jesus spoke of

b. Biblical descriptions of the Heavenly Jerusalem

c. That Jesus was descended from royalty

d. That the owner was a member of the nobility

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13. Where did Gothic Architecture begin?

a. Île-de-France

b. Burgundy

c. Tuscany

d. Southern England

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14. Which is the hybrid style developed by Christian artists living in Islamic Spain?

a. Mozarabic

b. Arabesque

c. Romanesque

d. Ukiyo-e

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15. Which is the cone-like superstructure of a Northern Indian temple?

a. Shikhara

b. Fusuma

c. Garbhagriha

d. Mandapa

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16. What types of buildings were built in the Gothic style?

a. Christian churches

b. Jewish synagogues

c. Town halls

d. All of the choices apply.

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17. Where was Lorenzetti's Allegory of Good Government in the City painted?

a. Siena cathedral

b. Duke's palace

c. Siena city hall

d. Vatican

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18. Which conveys the idea that the scene of the Annunciation in Jean Pucelle's Petites Heures of Jeanne d'Evreux is a vision?

a. You can see through the wall of the house

b. Queen Jeanne is included, kneeling with her book

c. The depiction of clowns and jesters

d. The musicians are a symbol of sleep

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19. Which is a color applied to a ceramic vessel before the glaze?

a. Polychrome

b. Gilding

c. Underglaze

d. Collage

20. In Medieval manuscripts, what is the page at the end called where scribes and illustrators sometimes signed their names and provided background information?

a. Colophon

b. Index

c. Scriptorium

d. Gallery

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21. As seen at Saint-Lazare, Autun, how is a Last Judgement scene typically laid out?

a. The damned are not depicted.

b. The damned are on the viewer's left.

c. The damned are on Christ's left.

d. The damned are beneath Christ's feet.

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22. In much of Indian art, divine fertility and harmony are symbolized by:

a. vegetation.

b. birds.

c. stars.

d. erotic couples.

23. Which concept was most important in the direction that Gothic architecture took?

a. Association of light with divinity

b. Church as a city of God

c. Church as a fortress

d. Mountain of the Lord

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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 g

d. Abstract mask

16. The Inca city of Machu Picchu is known for being a:

a. a summer home for the ruler.

b. site of temples for religious ceremonial purposes.

c. site for great example of Inca masonry.

d. All of the choices apply.

17. Which civilization iconography typically features prisoners being sacrificed for their blood?

a. Inca

b. Maya

c. Olmec

d. Moche

18. Maria Montoya Martinez's famous pottery was decorated in which of the following ways?

a. Designs of colored glazes

b. Different metallic slips

c. Black and white designs

d. Matte black and glossy black designs

19. What are kiva?

a. Ceramic vessels with stirrup spouts

b. Monumental earthworks

c. Circular ceremonial mounds

d. ritual underground rooms

20. In the fifteenth- and sixteenth-centuries, which tradition came to an end in Old Jenné because of warfare that caused the city to decline?

a. Weaving

b. Stone architecture

c. Bronze casting

d. Ceramic sculpture




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Question Points

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. A

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

modern art movements

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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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