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Comprehensive Art Examination
Three Year Concentration for Regents Credit
Monday, June 23, 2003 - 9:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. only
MAXIMUM
POINTS
SCORE INITIALS
A
INITIALS
B
15
20
TOTAL 100
10
10
15
10
10
10
VI.
VII.
VIII.
Art History
Design, Materials & Techniques
Areas of Specialization
Essay
Design Exercise
Drawing from Direct Observation
Portfolio Evaluation*
Portfolio Self-Assessment Essay*
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II.
III.
IV.
V.
Last Name First Name
School Name OSIS Number
Exam Number
* These sections were due prior to the examination
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New York City Department of Education
Comprehensive Art Examination
Three Year Concentration for Regents Credit
PART I
Art History ( 10 Points )
Directions: Read each question or incomplete statement. Choose the best answer. Write the letter of your choice in Part I on the answer sheet provided on the last page of this examination booklet. Answer 20 out of the 30 questions in this part. Each question is worth 1/2 point. If you answer more than 20 questions, only the first 20 will be scored.

Lascaux, France ca. 13,000 B.C.
a. ziggurats
b. tombs
c. caves
d. temples
1. Paleolithic paintings, such as this one, were
discovered in
Tomb of Nakhte, Thebes ca. 1425 B.C.
a. personalized
b. naturalistic
c. rendered
d. stylized
2. This wall painting from an ancient Egyptian
tomb shows figures that are
GRAVE STELE OF HEGESO OLD MARKET WOMAN
ca. 410-400 B.C. ca. 150-100 B.C.
a. academic to symbolic
b. idealized to life-like
c. realistic to imaginative
d. embellished to austere
3. One difference between Classical Greek and
Hellenistic sculpture is the change from
a. the gods
b. the past
c. perfection
d. evolution
4. The Greeks used the golden mean to design the
facade of the Parthenon because it represented
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SECOND STYLE WALL PAINTING, ca. 50-40 B.C.
a. trompe l’oeil
b. sfumato
c. parallax
d. aerial view
5. The technique used by the Romans to
convey the illusion of reality is
GOOD SHEPARD Ravenna ca. 425-450 A.D.
a. daily life
b. ancient history
c. mythological stories
d. religious faith
7. Byzantine mosaics, such as this, reinforced
HEAD OF THE VIRGIN (DETAIL) ca. 1508-1512 A.D.
a. line
b. shape
c. form
d. space
9. This drawing demonstrates Leonardo’s focus
on the study of
ARNOLFINI WEDDING Jan van Eyke ca. 1434 A.D.
a. legendary themes
b. historical fiction
c. scientific progress
d. disguised symbolism
6. In this Northern Renaissance painting,
meticulous detail shares importance with
THE DELIVERY OF THE KEYS Pietro Perugino ca. 1482 A.D.
a. linear perspective
b. interior settings
c. diffused light
d. isometric views
8. This painting illustrates the Renaissance interest in
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ca. 1500 A.D.
a. sketches for sculptures
b. written language
c. months on a calendar
d. family crests
10. The figures in this Aztec codex functioned as
Nigeria-late 19th century
a. gender identity
b. ancestral heritage
c. social rank
d. spiritual committment
11. In this plaque from the Kingdom of Benin, the
size of each figure represents
13. Rembrandt is known for his
a. paintings of royal families
b. introspective self-portraits
c. scenic murals
d. small still-lifes
14. Elongated figures and dramatic lighting are
typical of paintings by
EVENING IN SPRING HILLS Unknown Artist
a. oversized form
b. intricate components
c. massive shapes
d. negative space
12. Landscapes from the Southern Sung Dynasty
emphasized
THE WAITRESS 1878
a. underpainting
b. glazing
c. brushwork
d. blending
15. One of Edouard Manet’s contributions to
modern painting was his use of
THE AGONY IN THE GARDEN ca. 1597-1600 A.D.
a. El Greco
b. Goya
c. Velazquez
d. Murillo
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Eugene Delacroix 1830
a. faith
b. art
c. mythology
d. revolution
16. LIBERTY LEADING THE PEOPLE is an allegory of
TWO VIEWS OF ROUEN CATHEDRAL Claude Monet 1894
a. natural light on color
b. artificial illumination
c. highly contrasting shapes
d. advancing and...
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