Traditionally, most sonnets have all the following characteristics, except a. 14 lines b. Iambic pentameter c. Is usually addressed to a man d. Is usually about love
Painting fractured and angular forms is an aspect of which influential style of painting? A. impressionism B. symbolism C. cubism
What substance was the first photograph made from?.Choices: Bitumen. . Silver. . Lemon juice. . Acidic acid
Which scenario shows an internal conflict best? As a fierce snowstorm threatens their regiment, soldiers must overcome frostbite and starvation to survive. A soldier must confront her fears in order to help her comrades conquer the enemy. Two brothers, fighting for opposite sides in a war, face each other in battle. A young adult argues with her grandparents about enlisting in the military.
A piece of music where one part echoes or imitates another part is known as what? Motet German chorale Canon Madrigal
In the painting above, the artist used color to create what he called __________________. a. deliberate contrast b. deliberate disharmonies c. deliberate chaos d. deliberate patterns
During his years in Cöthen, Bach wrote more of which kind of music than ever before? A. Secular music B. Opera C. Sacred music D. Intermedi
Which of the following musical styles is characterized by flutes and maracas? A. Flamenco B. Tango C. Merengue D. Cumbia
What is a causeway in a pyramid? -a passage to a burial chamber -a long, covered footpath -an entrance
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.
Which phrase best describes why artists use movement in their artwork? Question 4 options: To keep the viewer from looking at areas that are unfinished. To help the viewer's eye travel from one area to another. To draw the viewer's attention away from unimportant areas. To allow the viewer's eye to drift out of the artwork
Despite being a great composer, richard wagner did not succeed in creating great operas. a. True b. False
A panning shot ________________ a. is a rotation of the camera, which often starts with the subject’s face/front, and the rotates around to show what is in front of the subject or what the subject is looking at. b. is the reduction in visibility of an image to signal a conclusion or transition. c. is taken by a photographer while the movie is being filmed with cameras for publicity including posters, websites, newspapers, and magazines. d. a type of film expression which is intended to show reality.
Which of the following statements relating to the placement of art in documents is true? A. Many nonfiction books and magazines provide a short description near each illustration called a caption or cutline. B. White space between text and its accompanying illustration is wasted space. C. Separating text from its related graphics helps guide the reader's eye across a large area of the document. D. Graphic designers should try to avoid bleeding illustrations out of columns and into margins.
In modern art, the emphasis was placed on ___________ and ___________ through art. a. form; mood b. symbolism; expression c. mood; expression d. beauty; substance
Which statement describes how Mesopotamian ziggurats and relief sculptures reflected beliefs of the time? Question 2 options: They demonstrate the subdued influence of the king. They demonstrate the central role that religion played in the lives of the Mesopotamians. They demonstrate the awesome power of Mesopotamian artists and architects. They demonstrate the separation of Mesopotamian religion and government.
Which of the following is not true of the Fertile Crescent? a. The Tigris and Euphrates rivers run through the Fertile Crescent. b. The Fertile Crescent frequently experience flooding. c. Societies of the Fertile Crescent believed in equality and communal living. d. The first water management systems were created in this region, which led to the first cities.
What unique style used in the Ebbo Gospels is associated with Reims? a. bold and bright colors b. expressively colored lines c. thick paint strokes d. none of the above
Which of the following statements does not represent assumptions that stage theories share? A. Each stage builds on the knowledge of the previous stage. B. Each stage corresponds to a specific age. C. A child can pass through the stages in any order. D. Each stage is qualitatively different than the next.
Which type of art has no visible subject? a. representational art b. abstract art c. nonrepresentational art
Read the excerpt from “romance,” by edgar allan poe. romance, who loves to nod and sing, with drowsy head and folded wing, among the green leaves as they shake far down within some shadowy lake how do the ideas in the excerpt compare to poe’s ideas in "the poetic principle"?
Which one of the following poems is written in free verse? A. "Grass" B. "Death, Be Not Proud" C. "There Is No Frigate Like a Book" D. "God's Grandeur"