Art ch 5-8

The pyramids of Egypt are example of art as a ____ activity.social
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 art.science
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 caves.in 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 ____.gifts
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 ______.food as vanitas
In the early twentieth century, still life paintings were not concerned with ____.food
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 ____.flowers
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