The oldest form of intaglio printmaking is called

The oldest form of intaglio printmaking is called

1. The oldest form of intaglio printmaking is calledA. engraving.B. lithograph.C. wood.D. relief printmaking. 2. The part of the camera used to see what the artist would see is called theA. aperture.B. viewfinder.C. shutter.D. film. 3. What is the quality of the site upon which the Parthenon was built that underlines the ancient-Greek belief that such a building speaks of human intellect, separate and above earthly concerns?A. Its a hill above the city.B. Its the oldest district of Athens.C. Its the site on which Athena was born.D. It has direct access to the sea. 4. Sanguine is another name forA. red chalk.B. quills.C. pen and ink.D. watercolor. 5. Ceremonial knives with which Peruvians often buried their dead are calledA. tusche.B. forged.C. trumeau.D. tumi. 6. If you were to spend a week in Athens visiting the major architectural achievements of the ancient Greeks, which type of column would you see the least number of during your stay there?A. CorinthianB. CapitalC. DoricD. Ionic 7. Spirited Away, Astro Boy, and Princess Mononoke are classic examples of what artistic form?A. HokusaiB. Digital videoC. PixarD. Anime 8. The photograph made by the artist are considered obscene by some.A. Edward WestonB. Richard MapplethorpeC. Timothy OSullivanD. Dorothea Lange 9. In Japan, animation is known asA. nihongo hanasemasen.B. anime.C. konnichiwa.D. o-namae. 10. The most preferred surface in lithography isA. marble.B. lead.C. limestone.D. granite. 11. When the painter combines color pigment with water and brushes it directly on wet plaster, the technique is calledA. tempera paint.B. oil paint.C. fresco.D. gouache. 12. Why did colonial American builders use clapboards to enclose the sides of their dwellings?A. Convenience of raw materialB. Symbolic associationsC. Aesthetic preferenceD. Echoing architecture of the past 13. The Eiffel Tower was designed by Gustave Eiffel, who was a/anA. mechanical engineer.B. bridge builder.C. sculptor.D. architect. 14. Which of the following decorative arts and crafts was regarded as one of the highest forms of art in the twelfth century by the Chinese?A. Stained glassB. CeramicsC. QuiltingD. Tapestry 15. What did Rembrandt van Rijn use on Woman at a Window to dilute his wash and add tonal values to his drawing?A. Ink and waterB. Paint and waterC. Paste and waterD. Blood and water 16. Which of the following sequences of architectural features is in the correct chronological order of development?A. Pointed arch, barrel vault, cast-iron constructionB. Pointed arch, steel frame construction, frame constructionC. Frame construction, barrel vault, groin vaultD. Post and lintel construction, groin vault, pointed arch 17. Like the decorative arts and design, architecture is meant to be useful. Like sculpture, architectureA. is most successful when its two dimensional.B. is usually thought to be as pure as painting.C. must be seen from multiple perspectives to be appreciated.D. is generally thought to be less pure than the decorative arts. 18. What kinds of columns were used in the design of the Parthenon?A. ArchedB. DoricC. AdobeD. Corinthian 19. Which of the following artists was not involved in the creation of Saint Peters Basilica and the Vatican?A. Leonardo da VinciB. MichelangeloEnd of exam C. Carlo MadernoD. Giacomo della Porta 20. Stiff, thick paint that reveals brushstrokes is calledA. glaze.B. tempera.C. impasto.D. gouache.


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