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ART 1401 Milestone#1 Art History I _Art history 1 Milstone unit 1 Sophia Course

ART 1401 Milestone#1 Art History I 1 Which of the following correctly defines casting? • In art, the process of taking away (i.e., carving) • A process that involves printing on the part of the printing block that is raised • In art, the process of adding layers or bits of material • The creation of sculpture by pouring a liquid (e.g., plaster, molten metal, wax) into a mold and letting it harden before removing the mold CONCEPT Sculpture 2 Which of the following terms best describes a style of art created by artists who shared a philosophy or goal over a period of time? • New Art History • Artistic Movement • Visual Culture • Patronage CONCEPT Artistic Movement 3 Which of the following best describes the subject matter of this painting? • Narrative • Self-portrait • Landscape • Still life CONCEPT Subject Matter 4 Which of the following does NOT correctly identify the contribution of the related art historian? • Petrarch — grouped works of art into artistic periods based on common characteristics • Pliny the Elder — developed modern critical theory of art • Johann Winckelmann — first to propose that works of art should be studied in context • Giorgio Vasari — biographical model of art history CONCEPT What Is Art History? 5 Which of the following is the correct definition of genius? • Concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty • An exceptionally talented, knowledgeable, or creative person • A person who creates works of aesthetic value • An artist's body of work CONCEPT What Is an Artist? 6 Which of the following elements is NOT present in this image? • Asymmetry • Bilateral symmetry • Dynamism • Balance CONCEPT Symmetry 7 Which of the following techniques did the artist use to create the illusion of depth in this painting? • Overlapping • Aerial perspective • Atmospheric perspective • Vanishing point CONCEPT Perspective 8 Which of the following elements is present in this image? • Texture • Additive method • Illusionism • Curvilinear line CONCEPT Line 9 Select the term that does NOT apply to Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa. • Canon • Three-dimensional • Work of art • Masterpiece CONCEPT Interpreting Works of Art 10 Which word refers to a revisionist approach to art history that emerged during the 1970s, which questions earlier methodologies? • Visual culture • New Art History • Formal analysis • Connoisseurship CONCEPT Art History: Past and Present 11 In the Allegory of the Art of Painting by Jan Vermeer, what object appears in the background? • The artist on the stool • The chair next to the curtain • The map on the wall • The curtain to the left of the chair CONCEPT Composition 12 Which of the following works is an example of experimental media? CONCEPT Experimental Media 13 Which of the following is an example of traditional media? CONCEPT Understanding the Differences between Media 14 Which of the following options does NOT describe this painting? • Two-dimensional • High degree of illusionism • Use of contour lines • Example of a representation CONCEPT Form and Shape 15 Enjoying a work of art without considering its context or history is known as __________. • connoisseurship • artistic movement • art appreciation • art history CONCEPT Art History vs. Art Appreciation 16 Which of the following works is an example of new media in art? CONCEPT New Media 17 __________ refers to the values developed through exposure to the same types of ideas. • Critical thinking • Visual communication • Mass culture • Visual culture CONCEPT The Importance of Vision and Visual Culture 18 Which of the following is the correct definition of painterly? • The thick buildup of paint on the surface of a painting • A style of painting that emphasizes the brushstroke, and the action of applying paint to the surface • A visible mark of the paintbrush on the surface of the painting • A type of paint in which pigment is temporarily suspended in water CONCEPT Texture, Tactility 19 The building below, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is an example of what kind of architectural relationship? • Arte Povera • Installation • Site Specificity • Land Art CONCEPT Architecture 20 The style of artists working in the Hellenistic times represents which type of style? • Personal style • Regional style • Period style • Group style CONCEPT Style 21 Which of the following is the correct definition of a curator? • Someone who creates exhibitions for museums by grouping works of art according to a common theme • Someone who determines the value of works of art based on their materials, beauty, and authenticity • Someone who helps to acquire and classify books, journal articles, and digital sources on art • Someone who is skilled in combining text and pictures in advertisements, magazines, or books CONCEPT Careers in Art History 22 In this image of Breakfast by Willem Claeszoon Heda, the artist uses what technique to create the illusion of roundness and depth? • Negative space • Hatching • Cross-hatching • Modeling (2-D) CONCEPT Space and Volume 23 Which of the following groups of terms refer to types of painting? • Tempera, encaustic, additive • Acrylic, intaglio, casting • Encaustic, acrylic, tempera • Additive, intaglio, casting CONCEPT Painting 24 Which of the following is the best definition of archaeology? • Study of human history and prehistory by excavating sites and analyzing artifacts • Study of the past through an analysis of written documents • Study of the development, structure, and function of a human society • Study of all aspects of popular culture and everyday life in a civilization CONCEPT Art History and Other Disciplines 25 Select the option that is true about the image below. • Emphasis on the background • Contains curvilinear lines • Heavy use of cool colors • Strong use of saturated color CONCEPT Evaluating Color and Composition 26 Which of the following characteristics are present in this image, which is an example of photography? • Intaglio, two-dimensional • Photo-sensitive, relief • Relief, intaglio • Two-dimensional, photo-sensitive CONCEPT Works on Paper: Drawing, Printmaking, Photography 27 Which of the following is a characteristic of this painting? • Use of only secondary colors • Use of complementary colors • Strong use of primary colors • Use of high value CONCEPT Color 28 In a Vanitas painting, the use of a skull to represent death is an example of __________. • iconography • symbolism • metaphor • allegory CONCEPT Iconography 29 A work of art that displays outstanding skill or artistry is called a(n) __________. • work of genius • artifact • oeuvre • masterpiece CONCEPT What Is a Work of Art? 30 Which of the following terms is NOT defined correctly? • Religion — a group of people gathering to worship a supreme being • Religious values — a coalition responsible for governing a territory • Culture — works of art and civilization produced through human intellectual achievement • Diversity — a collection of people with different ethnic backgrounds and beliefs CONCEPT Connecting Cultures and Time Periods 31 Which of the following terms refers to the economic circulation of works of art? • Art gallery • Art market • Patronage • Auction CONCEPT The Art Market

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