Quiz 2 Art Appreciation

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1.
An example of three-dimensional art is _________________________. A) drawingB) paintingC) all of theseD) sculpture
Points Earned: | 1.0/1.0 | |
Correct Answer(s): | D |
2.
The first work of art purchased through the Art in Public Places program was ________________________. A) a sculpture by MichelangeloB) a painting by Marcel DuchampC) a sculpture by Alexander CalderD) a painting by Vincent van Gogh Points Earned: | 1.0/1.0 | |

Correct Answer(s): | C |
3.
Contour lines ______________________.
A) cause an emotional response in the viewerB) are a function of line of sightC) define the edges of an objectD) all of these Points Earned: | 1.0/1.0 | |
Correct Answer(s): | C |
4.
Cruci-Fiction Project by Guillermo Gomez-Pena and Roberto Sifuentes waas ________________. A) a work of political artB) all of theseC) a work of performance artD) a work of public art Points Earned: | 0.0/1.0 | |

Correct Answer(s): | B |
5.
A modern artist who chose to intentionally violate the rules of perspective to draw attention to elements of his composition was _____________________. A) Leonardo da VinciB) Vincent van GoghC) Henri MatisseD) Claude Monet Points Earned: | 1.0/1.0 | |

Correct Answer(s): | C |
6.
Paintings, drawings, and photographs are _______________________. A) two-dimensional works of artB) made with oil paintC) three-dimensional works of artD) the only kinds of art discussed in your textbook Points Earned: | 1.0/1.0 | |

Correct Answer(s): | A |
7.
Vanishing points and converging lines are related to ______________________. A) linear perspectiveB) three-dimensional artC) contour drawingsD) foreshortening Points Earned: | 0.0/1.0 | |

Correct Answer(s): | A |
8.
Marcel Duchamp's controversial painting, Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2, was influenced by...
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