Prehistoric Art Study Guide

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STUDY GUIDE FOR TEST 1 (Prehistoric - Roman) FORMAT All questions will be multiple choice. Some will be accompanied by images while others will rely on your use of your knowledge without visual reference points. COVERAGE Visual Material: Selected from the works of art and architecture we have studied - see list below. These have all been discussed IN CLASS AS WELL AS IN THE TEXTBOOK or other readings. (If we do not cover all the works listed below in class, you will not be responsible for them on the test.) Information: You will be expected to know terms, important people, and concepts as well as relevant art historical and contextual information that were discussed in CLASS AS WELL AS additional information in the READING assignments that pertains to the works listed below. POSSIBLE TYPES OF TEST QUESTIONS 1. Test questions will be based on Terms and Important People (listed on Blackboard and discussed in class) Historical, cultural, and ideological forces that influenced works of art during particular times and cultures Major stylistic periods and sub-periods (eg. Carolingian, Romanesque, Early Gothic, High Gothic, Rayonnant/Court Style Gothic, etc), their stylistic characteristics, and relative order Major artistic/stylistic characteristics and concepts

The relationships between style and function or meaning of art and architecture for a particular culture 2. You will also be expected to recognize a few major works we have discussed extensively in class. These are designated on the list in bold and will be identified in class. *Remember: MEMORIZATION IS NOT stressed in this course. Understanding of art works, the ideas or values they express, and their context is much more important!! SUGGESTED GUIDELINES FOR STUDYING Instead of concentrating on memorizing facts about individual works, use the following questions to help you focus on important historical issues and the concepts and style of art. If you can make an outline that answers these questions and...
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