Art ch 5-8

The pyramids of Egypt are example of art as a ____
Artists such as Leonardo and Michelangelo were trained by the ____ method.apprentice
Persia’s “kitab-khana” were ____ that made illuminated manuscripts.libraries
The first academy in Europe started in the ___ century.15th
Museums became common in ____ during the nineteenth century.Europe
Two factors that influenced the growth and popularity of museums were: _____ and ____.capitalism and colonialism
An example of a community artwork is the ____.aids memorial quilt
One example of a museum dedicated only to modern art is the: _____.Gggenheim Bilbeo in Spain
The iconoclasts were known as: _____.image breakers
Art is kept by various cultures for the following reasons: ____, ____, ____.aesthetics, religion, politics
Leonardo felt that observation was central to ____ and
The view of an artist as a creative genius rather than a skilled worker began to form in Europe during the _____.renaissance (rebirth)
T pyramids of ancient Egypt served the purpose of the ____.rulers
The opposite of an artist working on a commission is an artist working on _____.speculation
Art created for the tourist market generally helps local art production to _____.survive
In medieval Europe, specialized societies called ____ preserved technical information for artists and regulated art making.gills
_________ were one of the major art forms during the medieval period in Europe.Illuminated Manuscripts
_____ is the first artist in recorded history and was associated with the concept of genius.Imhotep
Prehistoric artists painted images in the _____ of the back
Australian Aboriginals painted “contour maps” indication food and water locations; these maps were then ____ after a ritual celebration.destroyed
Coe’s there is no escape is from a series condemning the meat industry called _____.porkopolis
The ancient Chinese made ____ vessels for storing wine.bronze
As its name suggests, the ancient Greek ____ was used for carrying and storing water.hydria
The Pomo tribal baskets covered with feathers and shells were made as ceremonial
Warhol’s work such as Heinz 57 Tomato Ketchup celebrated the commercial art of _____.packaging
Salt was considered so valuable that it was a source of wealth; the European nobility used elaborate saltcellars as a _____.status symbols
Jan Davidsz de Heem’s A Table of Desserts reflects cultural and _____ beliefs.religious
Mu Qi’s Six Persimmons emphasizes ____ in life.simplicity
An important component of European still life painting was the idea of as vanitas
In the early twentieth century, still life paintings were not concerned with
Ritual meals include: ____, ____.weddings, funerals
The House of the Vettii had front atrium with a pool, called the ____, for collecting rainwater.impluvium
The Venus of Willendorf is a statue of _____.anonymous fertile women
The Idol from Amorgos is a statue of _____.fertile young women
Figure of a Deity: A’a Rurutu from the Austral Islands in central Polynesia was an ancestor deity and represented a: _______.creator in the act of creating
The Bamana fertility from Mali is decorated with ______.geometric lines
The paintings in the Villa of Mysteries were done by the ____.Romans
The Primordial Couple of the Dogon represents ____.father and mother of all
There are many symbols in Jan van Eyck’s The Wedding, including ____, _____, _____, _____.bedroom, holding clothes as if pregnant, removed shoes, raised hands.
The Japanese shunga prints are translated as _____.Spring pictures
An odalisque was a member of ____.Turkish harem
Georgia O’Keeffe’s work are often extreme close ups of
In prehistoric times fertility was ____.important
The Moche, the Maya and Alice Neel did versions of ____.pregnant women
Brancusi’s Torso of a Young Man is ____.very abstract
Louise Bourgeois’ Blind Man’s Bluff is a sculpture of ____.bulbous forms
The ancient cities required ____ in order to function.rivers
Images of deities _____.they very from culture to culture, cant not be known
Most early deities represented ___.female fertility goddess
The Snake Goddess is from ____.Crete
From ancient Egypt came the convention of representing deities as ____.partially of animal qualities
The Hindu god Brahman can never be ____.known
The Buddhist stupa, at first a mound tomb, was transformed into a relic ____.of a Buddha
Later statues of Buddha emphasized ___.serenity
The nearest analogy to a Bodhisattva would be ___.saint
When Christianity became the official state religion, Christ was shown as ___.king of ruler
The special rituals of the Kwakiutl were ______.held annually (once a year)
Mexican votive paintings are called ___.retablos
Depictions of ritual sacrifice were shown in many cultures, including _____.Christian and Mesoamerican
The Hopi make spirit dolls called ____.kachinas
A mandala is an attempt to show ____.cosmos
The images of Michelangelo’s Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel present: ____.origin of the universe
The Ziggurat of Ur is an ____.artificial mountain.
Many religious structures from Stonehenge to the Pantheon, use ___ to convey their power.geometry
A journey to a special shrine is called a _____.pilgrimage
The Parthenon frieze probably shows ____.pantheistic fest
The deities of ancient Egypt were mostly personifications of ______.natural forces
The Hindu God ____ is the unity in which all opposites meet–the source of good and evil, male and female.shiba