Art History: The Masters II: Raphael

According to the lecture explanation of the painting Pope Leo X with Cardinals, what clues explain to the viewer the type of mood in the painting?No one in the painting is looking at each other.
What is Plato’s gesture in School Of Athens, and what is meant by it?He points up to heaven, signifying that everything is a reflection of Forms that reside in heaven.
Who are some of the characters identified in the fresco below?Names common to the Christian faith – Jesus, Mary, John the Baptist, and many other saints
What style of portraiture that Raphael uses in The Small Cowper Madonna was likely influenced by Leonardo? (above)The tilt of the head, reflecting a pyramid shape.
What is the mood of the painting Pope Leo X with Cardinals?Uneasy, tense.
What is Aristotle’s gesture in School Of Athens, and what is meant by it?He motions towards Earth, signifying that everything can be understood from gathering scientific knowledge from the material earth.
Which of the following people is included in the painting School of Athens?Aristotle.
What Master’s influence can be seen in The Small Cowper Madonna? (above)Leonardo da Vinci.
Which of the following techniques, developed by a fellow Renaissance artist, did Raphael use in one of his painting?Pyramidal figures.
Which of the following best describes the scene in Disputa?A dream of heaven that has been opened up.
What scene is depicted in the painting Pope Leo X with Cardinals?Pope Leo and the Cardinals have just finished an argument or None of the above.
What does tromp l’oeil arch mean?Fool the eye arch.
What Renaissance technique does Raphael use in School of Athens? (below)Perspective.
What is the mood in Disputa?Solemn and majestic.