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Exam: 050135RR - LESSON 1: THE LANGUAGE OF ART
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Questions 1 to 20: Select the best answer to each question. Note that a
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1. Unlike a two-dimensional artist, such as John Constable, a three-dimensional
artist, such as Tony Smith,
must consider
A. the spectator's value system and known experience of art.
B. spatial issues from every possible viewing point.
C. temporal issues as they relate to the artwork.
D. the spectator's fixed position in relation to the artwork.
2. The new method of organizing space developed by Georges Braque and Pablo
Picasso is called
A. Minimalism.
B. Impressionism.
C. Cubism.
D. Expressionism.
3. Picasso's Girl before a Mirror and Constable's The Glebe Farm both
demonstrate the fact that the
colors used by an artist in a painting
A. are sometimes naturalistic and sometimes arbitrary.
B. don't really affect the spectator's understanding and appreciation of that
work.
C. are not only naturalistic but also arbitrary.
D. are realistic and invented by the painter to convey an emotional content.
4. What was one of the techniques Leonardo used to create the illusion that the
Mona Lisa was a real
person?
A. By not lining up the background on either side, he generated movement in
her shoulders.
B. His commitment to precise reality made the figure look real.
C. He used chiaroscuro to add volume and depth to her body and light to her
eyes.
D. He used loose, expressive brushstrokes to enliven the figure.
5. What are the visual elements that all artists use?

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A. Paint, pencil, ink, clay, canvas
B. Nature, action, line, texture, color
C. Color, inspiration, energy, light
D. Space, line, shape, light, texture, color
6. The earliest known paintings were created by _______ and featured mostly
animals such as bulls or
horses.
A. European hunting people
B. cave dwellers in Africa
C. Greek potters
D. Japanese painters
7. Outside of Western culture, the _______ saw art as priceless during the
Middle Ages.
A. Japanese
B. Russians
C. sub-Saharan Africans
D. Chinese
8. Classical Greek artworks are not usually regarded as expressions of
A. athletic strength and physical beauty.
B. a balance of surrealism and rationalism.
C. realism balanced with idealism.
D. monumental vigor and spiritual growth.
9. An artist can direct the viewer's attention to a particular area of a painting by
using
A. crossed lines that converge on one location.
B. a sense of rhythm and movement.
C. sympathy of form and color.
D. parallel lines that follow the horizon.
10. The unique quality of folk art is that it's
A. created by an untrained artist.
B. an expression of the artist's experience.
C. more primitive than any other art form.
D. an artist's quick impression of a subject.
11. Brunelleschi's experiments with a mirror and a painted copy of a mirror
image of the Baptistry at
Florence led to his discovery of
A. the rule of divergence in perception.
B. a means of creating the illusion of the third dimension.
C. multiple-viewpoint perspective.
D. the principle of optic inversion.

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