What characteristics distinguish Lichtenstein’s work? a. primary colors b. benday dots c. comic book style d. all of the above
2.Traditional portraits often use which of the following? the choices are the following: Shallow depth of field. . Large depth of field. . Night mode. . Action mode. . . . 3.Which of the following is a setting where a group photograph might be taken? The choices are the following: Weddings. . Graduations. . Parties. . All of the above. . . 4.When photographing a person or pet who moves quickly, you may wish to use what setting?. . Portrait mode. . Landscape mode. . Macro mode. . Continuous shooting mode. . . . 5.A photograph that is taken without posing the person is called which of the following? The choices are the following: Abstract. . Candid. . Representat. . none of the above
This relief sculpture is an example of a ________________. a. high relief c. freestanding relief b. low relief d. sunken relief need help asap plzzzzDownload png
What was Florence’s key role in the beginning of the Renaissance? a. Most of the pigments for the paint came from this region. b. Its wealth and individualism promoted artistic growth. c. It was the center of the Reformation, which started the Renaissance period.
Which statement correctly describes Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints? A. Strong lines outline forms that are filled with flat color. B.Woodblock printmakers use a wide variety of colors to give the prints interest. C.The woodblock is cut by hand, so the prints are one of a kind. D.They depict scenes that show humans as masters over nature.
What type of shapes did Gauguin use most often? Question 19 options: Geometric Horizontal Organic Vertical
Some people say that going to a western art music concert is a passive experience. would you say this is true?
One difference between a renaissance mass and a motet is: a mass is sung unaccompanied, a motet has instrumental accompaniment a mass has only step-wise melodies and unmeasured rhythm. both the melody and rhythm of a motet are more irregular. a mass is always based on a specific text that is part of the liturgy of a given day. a mass is sacred, a motet is secular
What was Nicolas Poussin’s art known to be? a. clear, detailed b. orderly, arranged c. simplistic d. overt, dramatic
Potsdamer Platz is part of the ________ movement as seen ________. A,) Pop art . . . in the painting’s use of commercial imagery B.) Conceptual . . . in the artist’s burning of the painting at its first exhibition C.) Dada . . . in the painting’s use of found objects D.) Cubist . . . in the painting’s geometric treatment of forms E.) Expressionist . . . in the painting’s intentionally raw and aggressive intensity
In order to create space, escher created space by ____________________ a. varying the sizes of the objects to create and illusion of depth. b. curving the forms of certain objects, such as the bookshelf and ceiling, in order to create the 3-dimensional sphere of the mirror. c. leading the eye to a primary focal point (the man), and the rounding everything out. d. including all of the above aspects.
Why did Jefferson adopt Neoclassicism as the official style of government architecture? a. He felt that the U.S. should free itself from British art influence and instead look to Republican Rome for artistic inspiration. b. After taking a trip to Rome and Greece following the U.S. independence from Britain, he wanted to recreate the same style. c. He wanted to create a “new look” in the United States. d. It was part of a peace alliance deal between the U.S. and Italy and Greece.
Objects in a composition occupy ____________. a. negative space c. symbolic form b. the forefront d. positive space ----------------------------------------------------------------------- The art of using and understanding space involves _______________ a. varying the size of objects or subjects, so that some are smaller than others and the illusion of depth is created. b. showing a change from light to dark in an object by darkening areas that would have a shadow. c. placing part of one shape or form in front of another. d. all of the above.
Fiction primarily involves _____. allusions and extended metaphors conflict moral dilemmas universal truths
What is the best tool for making a decorative zucchini or celery twist? a. A peeler b. A shredder c. A spinner d. A spoon
The most common form of megalith architecture in Europe is which of the following? A. Fortresses B. Tombs C. Houses D. Caves I think it's either D or B but mainly B
What style plan did Brunelleschi use for the Church of San Lorenzo? a. basilica style plan b. pilgrimage church style plan c. classical style d. none of the above
Which of the following media used today is similar to drawing media used by prehistoric people? A. Pencils, B. Charcoal, C. Graphite, D. Chalks
What is a stoa ? A greek civic Building A greek religious Building A Roman private building a roman public building
What is one way to revise for word choice? (A)identifying places to add details (B)adding dialogue to reveal your characters (C)circling your writing for action verbs (D)varying your sentence beginnings
The majority of Frida Kahlo’s work is _______________. a.historical b.autobiographical c.fictional d.spiritual
Which of the following is a typical element of tall tales? A. exaggeration B. heroes from ancient myth C. a story that teaches a moral lesson D. a tragic ending