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_____________ gradually change direction, while ____________ create a sense of motion. a. (1) curvilinear lines; (2) diagonal lines c. (1) diagonal lines; (2) freeform shapes b. (1) texture; (2) horizontal lines d. (1) curvilinear lines; (2) color
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A
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Who sculpted the above work of art entitled, Mademoiselle Pogany. a. Vincent van Gogh c. Pablo Picasso b. Deborah Butterfield d. Constanin Brancusi
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D
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The two most important components in creating implied texture are _______________. a. depth and space c. shadow and light b. tint and tone d. tactility and shadowing
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C
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If you place a sheet of drawing paper over an object, securing it with tape to hold it in place, and color with the side of a pencil or crayon over the surface, what will you create? a. A 3-dimensional replica of the object. b. A picture that has an implied texture of the actual texture of the object. c. An example of impasto. d. An image which has actual texture and implied texture.
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B
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Examine this piece of art by Jean-Auguste-Dominque Ingres, entitled, Napoleon on his Imperial Throne. All of the following examples display Ingres' use of texture, except which? a. The lace of Napoleon's collar. b. The red velvet cape with ermine lining. c. The shine glaring off Napoleon's face. d. The thickness of the carpet
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C
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Negative space is particularly important and highly utilized in creating ____________ a. paintings c. sculptures b. drawings d. landscapes
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C
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Who created the piece of art above entitled, Study of a Woman's Back? a. Pierre-Auguste Renoir c. Marcel Duchamp b. Henri Matisse d. Georges Seurat
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B
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The painting above is called The Holy Family, by ______(1)_______, who is considered a master of ______(2)_______. a. (1) GΓ©ricault; (2) impasto c. (1) Turner; (2) shade and shadow b. (1) Michelangelo; (2) modeling d. (1) Correggio; (2) sfumato
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B
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Through Vincent van Gogh's use of varying brushstrokes in the above painting, he exemplifies what technique of texture? a. relief c. impasto b. tactility d. tone
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C
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Pablo Picasso's Head of a Women, is an example of a(n) ______________. a. sculpture in the round c. model b. impasto d. relief sculpture
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A
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Which of the following is not a visual element of art? a. color c. shape b. texture d. angle
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D
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By adding white to a color to make it lighter, a new _________ of the original color can be created. a. tint c. depth b. tone d. shade
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A
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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.
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D
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Depth is the ________________ a. apparent distance from front to back in a piece of artwork. b. distance or area between,around,above,below,and within objects. c. degree to which the surface of an object seems to have a particular feel. d. area of dark created when an object blocks light
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A
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Impasto is ______________ a. thickly applied paint that lets us see brushstrokes. b. the degree to which the surface of an object seems to have a particular feel. c. the light, color, and shade of an object. d. any graduation of light and shadow that produces a hazy effect.
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A
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In Van Gogh's Starry Night, he incorporated symbolic expression, using the visual elements of art, through all of the following actions, except which? a. The stars appear to interact with nature and the environment below, rather than being above it as they often appear in various other pieces of art. b. The houses are painted small and seem to almost blend into the ground. c. The artist has created the piece so that the negative space overpowers the positive space. d. The cedar trees and mountains seem to be reaching for the sky.
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C
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___________ is the use of value to create the illusion of depth. a. Shadowing c. Modeling b. Foreshortening d. Sfumato
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C
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Cross-hatching provides an illusion of various ______(1)_______, while impasto provides an illusion of ______(2)_______. a. (1) depths; (2) tone c. (1) shadows; (2) light b. (1) distances; (2) definition d. (1) values; (2) depth
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D
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Many cultures have incorporated texture in all of the following mediums, except which? a. mosaic b. stained-glass c. sculpture d. all of the above mediums use texture
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D
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Above is an image of Paul Gauguin's Tahitian Landscape. Which of the following is not true about this piece? a. Gauguin relied on geometric shapes to create mood and energy in his piece. b. The artist's use of diagonal and curvilinear lines helps move the eye through the piece. c. The mixture of different lines combine to create a mood that is calm and inviting. d. The colors, although bright, are blended to create a natural flow through the entire piece.
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A
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The way people view and understand an object or subject depends primarily on ___________. a. reality c. distance b. modeling d. perception
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D
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True or False: The painting above is by Diego Rivera. Please select the best answer from the choices provided
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True
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Objects in a composition occupy ____________. a. negative space c. symbolic form b. the forefront d. positive space
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D
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Artists use foreshortening and overlapping to create ___________ in a work of art. a. movement c. realism b. depth d. mass
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B
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The degree to which the surface of an object seems to have a particular feel is referred to as an object's _____________. a. tone c. tactility b. depth d. texture
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C