ART OF BEING HUMAN THE 11TH EDITION RICHARD JANARO THELMA ALTSHULER – TEST BANK

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Janaro, The Art of Being Human 11/e

Test Bank Chapter 5

 

MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

  1. All visual art is

 

  1. imitation.
  2. abstraction.
  3. performance.
  4. realism.

 

Answer: a

Question Title: TB_05_01_The Need to Imitate_Remember_LO 5.1

Learning Objective: LO 5.1 Explain why all art can be seen as imitation.

Topic: The Need to Imitate

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

Page Number: 93

 

  1. The building that typifies the classical Greek world’s concern for mathematics and artistic order is the

 

  1. Golden Section.
  2. Louvre.
  3. Parthenon.
  4. Sistine Chapel.

 

Answer: c

Question Title: TB_05_02_Creating Likeness in Different Styles_Remember_LO 5.1

Learning Objective: LO 5.2 Identify key characteristics of classical, medieval, and Renaissance art.

Topic: Creating Likeness in Different Styles

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

Page Number: 98

 

  1. The artist whose landscape paintings mix realism with colorful abstractions to create striking vibrancy is

 

  1. Alfred Stieglitz.
  2. Georgia O’Keeffe.
  3. Mary Cassatt.
  4. Pablo Picasso.

 

Answer: b

Question Title: TB_05_03_Art as Alteration_Remember_LO 5.4

Learning Objective: LO 5.4 Analyze why “art as alteration” is an appropriate way to characterize twentieth- and twenty-first century art.

Topic: Art as Alteration

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

Page Number: 122

 

  1. Artistic movements such as cubism and surrealism, which do not start with the familiar world, are examples of

 

  1. classicism.
  2. realism.
  3. art as alteration.
  4. representative art.

 

Answer: c

Question Title: TB_05_04_Art as Alteration_Remember_LO 5.4

Learning Objective: LO 5.4 Analyze why “art as alteration” is an appropriate way to characterize twentieth- and twenty-first century art.

Topic: Art as Alteration

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page Number: 116

 

  1. The Renaissance sculpture that looks back to the ideal heroism of classical forms is

 

  1. Michelangelo’s David.
  2. Michelangelo’s Moses.
  3. The Charioteer.
  4. Donatello’s David.

 

Answer: a

Question Title: TB_5_05_Creating Likeness in Different Styles_Remember_LO 5.2

Learning Objective: LO 5.2 Identify key characteristics of classical, medieval, and Renaissance art.

Topic: Creating Likeness in Different Styles

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page number: 103

 

  1. Kandinsky’s main innovation is developing art that is

 

  1. symbolic.
  2. impressionistic.
  3. surrealistic.
  4. abstract.

 

Answer: d

Question Title: TB_05_06_Art as Alteration_Remember_LO 5.4

Learning Objective: LO 5.4 Analyze why “art as alteration” is an appropriate way to characterize twentieth- and twenty-first century art.

Topic: Art as Alteration

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

Page number: 116-117

 

  1. Giotto’s influential technique of painting background objects smaller so that they appear more distant, thus achieving the illusion of depth, is called

 

  1. buon fresco.
  2. perspective.
  3. chiaroscuro.
  4. Renaissance.

 

Answer: b

Question Title: TB_05_07_Creating Likeness in Different Styles_Remember_LO 5.2

Learning Objective: LO 5.2 Identify key characteristics of classical, medieval, and Renaissance art.

Topic: Creating Likeness in Different Styles

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

Page number: 100

 

  1. Which of the following had a strong influence on Pablo Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon?

 

  1. Asian art
  2. African masks
  3. his training in traditional realism
  4. Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase

 

Answer: b

Question Title: TB_05_08_Art as Alteration_Remember_LO 5.4

Learning Objective: LO 5.4 4 Analyze why “art as alteration” is an appropriate way to characterize twentieth- and twenty-first century art.

Topic: Art as Alteration

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

Page number: 119

 

  1. The painting technique that is closely associated with the works of Frida Kahlo and Salvador Dalí is called

 

  1. abstraction.
  2. cubism.
  3. expressionism.
  4. surrealism.

 

Answer: d

Question Title: TB_05_09_Art As Alteration_Remember_LO 5.8

Learning Objective: LO 5.4 Analyze why “art as alteration” is an appropriate way to characterize twentieth- and twenty-first-century art.

Topic: Art as Alteration

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

Page number 121

 

  1. Harmony, order, and balance in a work of art are characteristic of

 

  1. surrealism.
  2. cubism.
  3. classicism.
  4. realism.

 

Answer: c

Question Title: TB_05_10_Creating Likeness in Different Styles_Understand_LO 5.2

Learning Objective: LO 5.2 Identify key characteristics of classical, medieval, and Renaissance art.

Topic: Creating Likeness in Different Styles

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page number: 96

 

  1. German bombers, Cubist elements, and the Paris World’s Fair are all associated with

 

  1. Van Gogh’s The Starry Night.
  2. Picasso’s Guernica.
  3. Goya’s The Third of May 1808.
  4. Dali’s The Persistence of Memory.

 

Answer: b

Question Title: TB_05_11_Rebellion Against Perfect Likeness_Understand_LO 5.3

Learning Objective: LO 5.3 Describe the major art movements of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Topic: Rebellion Against Perfect Likeness

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page number: 120

 

  1. Berthe Morisot was the first woman to gain entry into the closed world of the

 

  1. Renaissance perspectivists.
  2. German expressionists.
  3. French Impressionists.
  4. American Pop artists.

 

Answer: c

Question Title: TB_05_12_Rebellion Against Perfect Likeness_Understand_LO 5.3

Learning Objective: LO 5.3 Describe the major art movements of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Topic: Rebellion Against Perfect Likeness

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page Number: 113

 

  1. Cindy Sherman uses photography to focus attention on

 

  1. the changing landscapes of urban life.
  2. the inner person, not just the outer appearance.
  3. the superiority of photography to portrait painting.
  4. society’s expectations for women’s appearance and behavior.

 

Answer: d

Question Title: TB_05_13_Photography and Visual Art _Understand_LO 5.5

Learning Objective: LO 5.5 Discuss the impact of technology in the creation of photographic and digital art.

Topic: Photography and Visual Art

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page number: 128

 

  1. Alfred Stieglitz’s photography is important because it

 

  1. offered a record of what urban life in America looked and felt like.
  2. made Americans face their preoccupation with women’s bodies.
  3. used digital technology to build three-dimensional simulations.
  4. presented images that were almost as realistic as painting.

 

Answer: a

Question Title: TB_05_14_ Photography and Visual Art _Understand_LO 5.5

Learning Objective: LO 5.5 Discuss the impact of technology in the creation of photographic and digital art.

Topic: Photography and Visual Art

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page number: 127-128

 

  1. Frank Lloyd Wright is known for structures such as Fallingwater that

 

  1. blend into their natural surroundings.
  2. create controversial and arresting forms.
  3. reflect the structure and chaos of modern life.
  4. contain ornate carvings and stained glass.

 

Answer: a

Question Title: TB_05_15_Architecture_Understand_LO 5.6

Learning Objective: LO 5.6 Explain why architecture can be considered art.

Topic: Architecture

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page number: 132

 

  1. Which of these buildings is considered secular architecture?

 

  1. the Parthenon
  2. Angkor Wat
  3. Blue Mosque
  4. Sydney Opera House

 

Answer: d

Question Title: TB_05_16_Architecture_Understand_LO 5.6

Learning Objective: LO 5.6 Explain why architecture can be considered art.

Topic: Architecture

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page number: 130

 

  1. Which type of art was most influenced by television and billboards?

 

  1. Pop art
  2. performance art
  3. surrealism
  4. cubism

 

Answer: a

Question Title: TB_05_17_Art as Alteration_Understand_LO 5.4

Learning Objective: LO 5.4 Why is “art as alteration” an appropriate way to characterize twentieth and twenty-first century art?

Topic: Art as Alteration

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page number: 125

 

  1. Claude Monet and others who viewed painting as an experience of color and light were known as

 

  1. realists.
  2. Impressionists.
  3. post-Impressionists.
  4. abstract expressionists.

 

Answer: b

Question Title: TB_05_18_Rebellion Against Perfect Likeness_Understand_LO 5.3

Learning Objective: LO 5.3 What are the major art movements of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries?

Topic: Rebellion Against Perfect Likeness

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page number: 113

 

  1. The Dutch artist Rembrandt was noted for his

 

  1. unsurpassed accuracy in the representations of faces, figures, and landscapes.
  2. medieval cathedrals with their soaring towers and stained glass.
  3. idealized and heroic sculptures based on classical models.
  4. experiments with anatomy and use of commoners to model holy figures.

 

Answer: a

Question Title: TB_05_19_Creating Likeness in Different Styles_Understand_LO 5.2

Learning Objective: LO 5.2. Identify key characteristics of classical, medieval, and Renaissance art.

Topic: Creating Likeness in Different Styles

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page number: 109

 

  1. Which of the following would be considered installation art?

 

  1. positioning a sculpture at a particular angle in an art gallery
  2. creating a drip painting
  3. hanging a series of drapes in a park in a specific pattern for a short time
  4. standing in the middle of Times Square reading poetry

 

Answer: c

Question Title: TB_05_20_Art as Alteration_Apply_LO 5.4

Learning Objective: LO 5.4 Analyze why “art as alteration” is an appropriate way to characterize twentieth- and twenty-first-century art.

Topic: Art as Alteration

Skill Level: Apply What You Know

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Page number: 126

 

SHORT ANSWER

 

  1. What is Angkor Wat?

 

Angkor Wat is the largest in a complex of seventy Buddhist temples. Angkor Wat is not only an architectural marvel but also the major tourist attraction in the nation of Cambodia. It is considered sacred architecture.

 

Question Title: TB_05_21_Architecture_Remember_LO 5.6

Learning Objective: LO 5.6: Explain why architecture can be considered art.

Topic: Architecture

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page number: 129

 

  1. What is surrealism?

 

Surrealism is an art movement in which recognizable objects are put together in bizarre ways, suggesting images in dreams. It is closely associated with Salvador Dali.

 

Question Title: TB_05_22_Art as Alteration_Remember_LO 5.4

Learning Objective: LO 5.4 Analyze why “art as alteration” is an appropriate way to characterize twentieth- and twenty-first century art.

Topic: Art as Alteration

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page number: 121

 

  1. What is the Bayeux Tapestry?

 

The Bayeux Tapestry is a series of linen panels embroidered with colored yarn. It is as one of the rare examples of artwork by female artists in the Middle Ages.

 

Question Title: TB 5_23_Creating Likeness in Different Styles­_Remember_LO 5.2

Learning Objective: LO 5.2 Identify key characteristics of classical, medieval, and Renaissance art

Topic: Creating Likeness in Different Styles

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page number: 99

 

  1. What features identify painters as members of the Dutch school?

 

The Dutch school was a group of painters centered in Holland in the seventeenth century. They produced intensely realistic portraits and landscapes. Rembrandt is a key artist of the Dutch School.

 

Question Title: TB 5_24_Creating Likeness in Different Styles_Understand_LO 5.2

Learning Objective: LO 5.2 Identify key characteristics of classical, medieval, and Renaissance art.

Topic: Creating Likeness in Different Styles

Skill Level: Understand the Concept

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page number: 109

 

  1. What is Gothic architecture?

 

The Gothic is an architectural style of the late Middle Ages that features tall, pointed spires and pointed arches. Its name comes from a critic of the style who called it barbaric “like the Goths who destroyed the Roman Empire.”

 

Question Title: TB 5_25_Creating Likeness in Different Styles_Remember_LO 5.2

Learning Objective: LO 5.2 Identify key characteristics of classical, medieval, and Renaissance art.

Topic: Creating Likeness in Different Styles

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Page number: 99

 

ESSAY QUESTIONS

 

  1. Consider the examples of paintings by women in the chapter: Gentileschi, Morisot, O’Keeffe, and others. Despite their widely different styles and historical contexts, are there any similarities in their work that you can point to that might be described as feminine? Explain why or why not.

 

  1. State that Gentileschi’s work was considered unfeminine and too aggressive with many violent themes.
  2. Discuss how Morisot blended domestic realism with Impressionist techniques.

III. Explain how O’Keeffe’s paintings of flowers can be seen as representing the female form.

 

Question Title: TB 5_26_Understanding Women Artists_Analyze_LO 5.2, 5.3, 5.4

Learning Objective: 5.2, 5.3, 5.4 Identify key characteristics of classical, medieval, and Renaissance art; Describe the major art movements of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries; Analyze why “art as alteration” is an appropriate way to characterize twentieth- and twenty-first-century art.

Topic: Understanding Women Artists

Skill Level: Analyze It

Difficulty Level: Difficult

 

  1. If you could choose between Frank Lloyd Wright and Frank O. Gehry to design your house, whom would you choose and why? Be specific.

 

  1. Discuss the architectural characteristics of both architects.
  2. Explain why you prefer one architect over the other.

 

Question Title: TB_5_27_Architecture_Analyze_LO 5.6

Learning Objective: LO 5.6 Explain why architecture can be considered art.

Topic: Architecture

Skill Level: Analyze It

Difficulty Level: Difficult

 

  1. The artists in the Renaissance looked to the works of classical Greece and Rome for inspiration and technique. Consider the works of Michelangelo or Leonardo da Vinci and explain what features Renaissance art borrows from classical art and what features move beyond the classical, justifying the idea of “rebirth.”

 

  1. Describe in detail the features of classical art that the Renaissance artists drew upon.
  2. Describe in detail the innovations Michelangelo or Leonardo added to sculpture and/or painting.

 

Question Title: TB 5_28_ Creating Likeness in Different Styles_Analyze_LO 5.2

Learning Objective: LO 5.2 Identify key characteristics of classical, medieval, and Renaissance art.

Topic: Creating Likeness in Different Styles

Skill Level: Analyze It

Difficulty Level: Difficult

 

  1. Many of Goya’s critics stated that he abandoned the beautiful in his later works. Develop a persuasive argument to defend Goya against this charge.

 

  1. Describe Goya’s later artistic style, mentioning his disdain for the lifestyle of the fashionable elite.
  2. Discuss Goya’s artistic features, such as using painting techniques to depict the emotions associated with his brutal content.

III. Explain why Goya did not abandon beauty.

 

Question Title: TB_5_29_Rebellion Against Perfect Likeness_Analyze_LO 5.3

Learning Objective: LO 5.3 What are the major art movements of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries?

Topic: Rebellion Against Perfect Likeness

Skill Level: Analyze It

Difficulty Level: Difficult

 

  1. Compare Andy Warhol’s Pop art to Picasso’s Guernica. Assuming that art has a larger social function or message, discuss whether Warhol’s work could be considered as meaningful as Picasso’s.

 

  1. Describe the features of Guernica and Pop art, especially as each form makes a possible commentary on society.
  2. Analyze whether one form seems more meaningful than the other.

 

Question Title: TB_5_30_Art as Alteration_Analyze_LO 5.4

Learning Objective: LO 5.4 Analyze why “art as alteration” is an appropriate way to characterize twentieth- and twenty-first-century art.

Topic: Rebellion Art as Alteration

Skill Level: Analyze It

Difficulty Level: Difficult

 

 

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