ARH1000 Midterm PT 2

Which of the artists below created a work titled Pietà?Michelangelo
The systematic and repetitive use of the same motif or design creates a pattern on the pages of the Lindisfarne Gospels, illustrates that pattern is an especially importantdecorative tool
Because Gianlorenzo Bernini’s David tells a story—of David slaying Goliath—it is said to have a _______ sequence.narrative
A friend of Claude Monet described his great paintings of Water Lilies, Morning: Willows in the Musée de l’Orangerie as demonstratingBrownian motion
Hans Namuth’s photos teach us that Jackson Pollock longed to be involved inthe process of painting.
Some works of art are created precisely to give us the illusion or sensation of movement. This style of art is calledOp Art.
In what way can a large-scale work be considered a “temporal” art form?The spectator moves through time and space to view it.
Alexander Calder’s “mobiles,” like Untitled, move when air currents move through them, making themkinetic
Thick paint applied to a canvas, like on Robert Ryman’s Long, creates actual texture known asimpasto
Which is the most obvious difference between Bernini and Michelangelo’s David?Bernini’s David is caught in the midst of action
Chartres Cathedral’s rose window best illustratesradial balance.
The Taj Mahal is a perfect example ofsymmetry
Where does that author say that the focal point in Larry Poons’s Orange Crush is?there is no focal point
The Taj Mahal was built by Shah Jahanas a mausoleum for his favorite wife.
Jan Vermeer’s Woman Holding a Balance is a perfect example of asymmetrically balanced composition
In her painting, Still Life with Lobster, Anna Vallayer-Coster establishes emphasis throughthe manipulation of light and color.
Repetition often implies monotony, yet it also creates a sense ofrhythm.
When each side of a composition is exactly the same, it showsabsolute symmetry
The dimensions of an object, in relation to some constant, such as the human figure, are known as itsproportions
Proportion is defined asthe relationship between the parts to each other and the whole in a composition
Who drew Banana Flower?Georgia O’Keeffe
In Käthe Kollwitz’s Self-Portrait, Drawing, the artist has revealed the expressive capabilities of what medium?charcoal
According to Sayre, Jean Dubuffet’s Corps de Dame can be read asan attack on academic figure drawing
Whitfield Lovell’s Whispers from the Walls is an example ofinstallation art.
Where did Marjane Satrapi draw the title of her graphic novel Persepolis?from the present-day capital of Iran
Leonardo da Vinci made a drawing, Madonna and Child with St. Anne and Infant St. John the Baptist, for a fresco of the same title. This type of drawing is calleda cartoon
By the end of the 15th century, artists and collectors such as Vasari had come to recognize that drawings couldsell for as much as paintings.
A popular drawing medium during the Renaissance consisted of a stylus of gold, silver, or other metal that was dragged across a prepared ground of lead white, bone, and water. This process was calledmetalpoint.
The artist who felt that a cut line made with scissors could acquire more feeling than a pencil or charcoal wasVincent van Gogh
When ink is diluted with water and applied in broad flat areas, the result is called awash
Which of the following is a form of soft carbon discovered in England in 1564?Graphite
The longest continuously practiced (from 40,000 years ago to present) artistic tradition in the world comes fromAustralian Aborigines
When did artists in the Western world first have ready access to paper?in Italy in the early Renaissance
The word paper is derived fromEgyptian papyrus
What was early paper in the West made of?cloth rags
Which of these statements about drawing is not true?It is now, and always has been, exclusively, a means of pure representation.
A woodcut print such as Emile Nolde’s Prophet is an example ofa relief print.
Which famous French illustrator created Rue Transnonain?Honoré Daumier
One of the greatest of the early masters of the intaglio process was the artistAlbrecht Dürer
Two Courtesans, Inside and Outside the Display Window by Suzuki Harunobu is an example of what kind of art?Japanese nikishi-e
Peter Halley’s Exploding Cell is an example of what kind of printmaking?silkscreen
Marilyn Monroe, by Andy Warhol, is an example of what kind of printmaking?silkscreen
The Japanese print by Utamaro, titled The Fickle Type, represents what type of printmaking?ukiyo-e
Jane Dickson’s Stairwell illustrates which printmaking process, which relies for its effect not on line but on tonal areas of light and dark?aquatint
Which of the following is an example of relief printmaking?woodcut
What is the process that assures that the colors of a linocut or other relief print will align perfectly?Registration
Because in lithography the printing surface is completely flat, it is referred to asplanographic.
Monotype is unique among printmaking processes because it producesonly one print from the plate.
In any type of printmaking, after an initial set of prints is made and the block or plate is destroyed, the set of prints is referred to asan edition.
When and where was printmaking first developed?in the 9th century in China