Art Final Paper
Winslow Homer’s A Wall, nassau was made using?
water color, pencil on paper
Mummy Portrait of a Man was created using what medium?
ecostic on wood
the bodhisattva painted with the technique of fresco secco is remarkable because
it became the wall
where is the focal point in Giott’s Lamination?
A traditional ground for tempera paintings, which consists of a mixture of glue and plaster of paris or chalk, is
the painting process that allows for a continuous blending of tones and hues on the painting surface is called
when an artist paints with a mixture of watercolor pigment and chinese white chalk, the process is called
Painter helen frankenthaler moved from staining her canvases with oil to using which painting medium?
Thin oil pigments/acrilic
Mixed media artists have achieved what important innovation in art?
materials in everyday world
painting was largely considered a craft, lesser than other arts like poetry and music until?
Louis Daguerre, in Le boulevard du temple, was able to include what in his photographs?
Eadward Muybridges photographs, like Annie G. , Cantering, Saddled, are early examples of artists capturing what?
The drawings by William Cameron Menzies are examples of a vital part of the filmmaking process called?
Sound was introduced into film in what year?
Dodging and burning are darkroom processes by which the photographer can manipulate which aspect of a photo?
Walt disney is best known for creating which type of films?
Feature-length animated films in full color
Did Stanley Kubricks, A space odyssey contain CGI or digital effects?
Maidens and stewards, a parthenon fragment of the Panathenaic Procession, illustrates what ancient sculptural convention?
The greek kouros illustrates the idea of shifting or counter positioning weight around the axis of the spine in figurative sculpture. This pose is called?
One the the complex aspects of wood carving that a sculpture may pay attention to is?
Allan Kaprow created “assemblages of events performed or perceived in more than one time and place” He called these?
How does “assemblage” primarily differ from other sculptural processes?
It brings many pieces together
The sculptural material most commonly associated with “modeling” or additive processes?
Greek figurative sculpture was greatly influenced by Egyptian sculpture. What did the greeks add?
By the late 14th century, the african kingdom of benin had developed tremendous refinement in the art of?
a work in which weft yarns of several different colors are manipulated to make a design is called?
the bent-corner chest is carved from cedar, a wood that is native to which region and favored by native american artists there?
the north west coastal
objects formed out of clay and then hardened by firing are referred to as?
Native Americans used a traditional method for producing pots that did not involve the potters wheel. What was it?
Originally when an artist worked in “the crafts” in meant that they?
produced functional object
Most ceramic objects are created by one of which three methods?
slab, coiling, throwing
We can trace the earliest distinction between the crafts and fine arts to?
Stained glass was first to develop where?
The Robie House, is a typical work by the architect
Frank lloyd wright
The international style is a type of architecture is marked by
Austere geometric simplicity
The Seagram Building, designed by Philip Johnson and Mies van der Rohe, is a perfect example of
How did gothic architects compensate for the lateral thrust of the cathedrals
Frederick Olmsted conceived of what common architectural planned community concept taken for granted today/
Which of these best describes Frank Gehrys design process?
Name three Greek classical architectural orders
doric, ionic, corinthian
Explain how architecture can be both an art and a science
Research and design
Which 19th century building by Joseph Paxton could be considered an early example of the relationship between new technology and architecture?
The crystal palace
American glassmaker Louis Comfort Tiffany inspired which design movement?
Where and what was the Bauhaus movement/school?
Design school in germany
The arts and crafts movement was started in england by
The first fins to appear on an automobile were on the 1959 Cadillac Fleetwood. Its designer, Harley earl, was inspired by
designs he saw from the bauhaus school
The burlington Zepher sparked American interest in which design style?
The sophisticated ancient drawings from Ardeche Gorge are located in which cave
Chauvet cave, pont-dark frace
Nike of Samothrace is an outstanding example of?
The She-Wolf, later adopted by Romans as a symbol of their civilization, was until recently, thought to have been made by which culture?
Entruscans 753 bce
The word neothilic means?
New stone age
Construction of the Acopolis in athens began about 450 bcd under the leadership of whom?
Stonehenge in England is an example of what type of monumental stone architecture?
Architecture and art of the Roman republic was heavily influenced by the building styles of which earlier culture?
What is the church whose name means “holy wisdom”
the hinged clasp from the sutton hop burial ship illustrates a distinguishing characteristic of the art of migrating peoples of the middle ages, most notably its
Muslim architecture, like the Mosque at Cordoba, uses what to create a sting visual impression
repetition and rhythm
the manuscript page of St. Matthew from the Gospel book of Charlemagne is an excellent example of
The first christian churches were patterned after basicilicas used by the romans as
one feature distinguishing gothic architecture from romanesque is the extensive use of
The tremendous dome of hagia sophia is supported by
The architecture of the gothic church was able to reach an extraordinary height through what development
Whose david ws the first life-size nude sculpture since antiquity?
Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona lisa is thought to have had appeal to the renaissance imagination in part because the portrait reveals
imprecision of features, pyscology
the sculptor Gianlorenzo Bernini created Ecstacy of St. Theresa, a centerpiece of a chapel in rome. It is typical of which style?
The Baroque can be characterized by?
In the 1330s, Petrarch conceived of a philosophy that emphasized the value of the individual and the pursuit and study of classical languages, literature, history and philosophy. Today we call that
What sets northern european artists apart from most artists of the Italian Renaissance is their interest in
Rendering believable space in realistic detail
Michelangelo’s painting, The last judgement, for the Sistine Chapel, typifies a style that came to be known as
Early Renaissance architect Brunelleschi is best known for
geometric michelangelo raphael
Florentine Renaissance art prioritzed disengo, drawing and delineation of forms while Venetian Renaissance art prioritized
Light and color
Machu Picchu was a getaway for which cultures rules?
Which artist rejected modern society and painted images of “primitive” island culture such as in the day of the gods
Which artist painted The Large Bathers
Romanticism can best be described as
Reality is a function of individuals view point. individualism
Agelica Kauffmann painted in which style that was based on greek and roman models?
One of the primary subjects of Neoclassical art is
Romanticist artists, like Frederick edwin church, viewed nature as
The paintings of Giacomo Balla capture the fascination with movement characteristic of artists of which movement
Pablos Picasso’s Guernica represents an event in the
Spanish civil war
Cubism can best be described as
making people and places into geometric schemes/little cubes
which of these painting is considered an Abstract Expressionist painting
Willem de kooning – women and bicycle
The Persistence of Memory by salvador Dali illustrates how he looked to his subconscious for his subject matter. What artistic movement is he associated with
Dada and surrealism
Pablo picasso and Georges Braque helped pioneer cubist landscapes. What earlier painted of landscapes inspired them?
Postmodernism has been defined, in part, as
presence of diverse tradition in a single work
The two major art movements of the 1960’s were the Cubists who freed painting from the necessity of representing the world in order to dwell on
Henri Matisse was a leader of early 20th century artists who felt free to use color “Arbitrarily” and were labeled derogatorily “fauves” which translates as