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Who Wants to get an A? TEST 1. Ask the class. Use a cheat. . Ask a classmate. . Take a 50 / 50. A wall-painting technique where pigments are applied to wet plaster : . u. A. Fresco. C. Oil. B. Ink. D. Gouache. Printmaking by cutting away image areas. The

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Who Wants to get an A? TEST 1

Ask the class.

Use a cheat.

Ask a classmate.

Take a 50 / 50.

slide2

A wall-painting technique where pigments are applied to wet plaster:

u

A. Fresco

C. Oil

B. Ink

D. Gouache

slide3

Printmaking by cutting away image areas. The

image is transferred to the paper from groves.

A. Relief

C. Giclée

B. Collage

u

D. Intaglio

slide4

Printmaking by cutting away non-image areas? The image is transferred to the paper from raised areas?

u

A. Relief

C. Giclée

B. Collage

D. Intaglio

slide5

A printmaking technique in which a plate is scratched with a needle?

A. Serigraphy

C. Giclée

u

B. Drypoint

D. Aquatint

slide6

A type of printing that uses a flat stone. It's name means "stone writing":

u

A. Lithography

C. Serigraphy

B. Etching

D. Aquatint

slide7

Orange, resulting from mixing equal amounts of red and yellow is which of the following?

u

A. Secondary hue

C. Primary hue

B. Tertiary hue

D. Saturated hue

slide8

The relationship of black, white, and grays:

A. Colors

C. Hues

B. Saturation

u

D. Value contrast

slide12

What is the overall use of color?

A. Tonality

C. Impasto

B. Saturation

u

D. Palette

slide13

Alfred Stieglitz is the founder of:

A. Plain photography

C. Photo Documentary

u

B. Straight photography

D. Daguerrotype

slide14

Straight photography is:

A. Sharply focused

C. Realistic

B. Unmanipulated

u

D. All of the above.

slide15

Red, yellow, and blue are all:

A. Complementary colors

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C. Primary colors

B. Contrary colors

D. Secondary colors

slide16

Mixing two primary colors of equal amounts creates:

A. Contrary colors

C. Values

B. Complimentary colors

u

D. Secondary colors

slide17

Colors that are opposite on the color wheel are:

A. Contrary colors

C. Values

u

B. Complimentary colors

D. Secondary colors

slide18

Lighter or darker colors are:

A. Primary colors

C. Secondary colors

u

B. Values

D. Contrary colors

slide19

Secondary colors are made by mixing:

A. Contrary colors

C. Black and with hue

B. White with hue

u

D. Primary colors

slide20

How objects are placed together is called:

A. Counterpaint

C. Relief

B. Cantilever

u

D. Juxtaposition

slide21

Shapes are:

u

A. 2D objects

C. A principle of art

B. 3D objects

D. All of the above

slide22

Forms are:

A. 2D objects

C. A principle of art

u

B. 3 D objects

D. All of the above

slide23

Line, form, shape, color, texture, and space are:

A. Principles of art

C. A & B

u

B. Elements of art

D. None of the above

slide24

Emphasis, balance, harmony, variety, movement, rhythm, proportion, and unity are:

u

A. Principles of art

C. A & B

B. Elements of art

D. None of the above

slide25

What is the most popular and superior painting media?

A. Watercolor

C. Tempera

B. Acrylic

u

D. Oil

slide26

What paint takes the longest to dry? (See notes)

A. Watercolor

C. Tempera

B. Acrylic

u

D. Oil

slide27

Why is oil considered the best painting medium?

A. It dries quickly.

C. It’s mixed with water.

B. It takes a longer to dry.

D. It's used in frescoes.

u

slide28

What paint is diluted with water?

A. Watercolor

C. Tempera

B. Acrylic

u

D. All of the above

slide29

Linear can refers to:

A. Line, wire, & tubing in sculpture

C. The opposite of painterly

B. A type of perspective

u

D. All of the above

slide30

Painterly refers to:

A. Precise paintings

C. Painted sculpture

B. Spontaneous, free, and thick use of paint

u

D. Anything painted

slide31

Perspective that uses a focused foreground andbackground with a blurred haze (mist) in-between:

A. Linear

C. Veneer

B. Atmospheric

u

D. Shifting

slide32

A type of perspective where things at a distance are slightly blue and out-of-focus:

A. Linear

C. Veneer

u

B. Atmospheric

D. Shifting

slide33

What kind of perspective uses a vanishing point?

u

A. Linear

C. Veneer

B. Atmospheric

D. Shifting

slide34

Chiaroscuro refers to:

A. Ceramics

u

C. Light and shadow

B. Curved lines

D. A type of color

slide35

Sprayed ink is a type of printing called:

u

A. Giclée

C. Lithography

B. Typography

D. Photochrom

slide36

Which is not a humanities?

u

A. Psychology

C. Philosophy

B. Architecture

D. History

slide37

What field of philosophy studies the nature of beauty and art?

A. Epistemology

C. Ethics

u

B. Aesthetics

D. Metaphysics

slide38

Carved works of sculpture are called:

A. Additive

u

C. Subtractive

B. Substitutive

D. Ephemeral

slide39

The sculptor's ideal choice of rock to carve is:

A. Sedimentary

C. Igneous

B. Porous

u

D. Metamorphic

slide40

Built sculpture uses what process?

u

A. Addition

C. Substitution

B. Subtraction

D. Manipulation

slide41

Sculpture executed by casting a wax model?

A. Addition

C. Subtraction

u

B. Substitution

D. Manipulation

slide42

Modeled sculptural works use what process?

A. Addition

u

C. Manipulation

B. Subtraction

D. Substitution

slide43

In viewing art, the manner by which the eye moves from one element to the next is called:

A. Active viewing

C. Organic unity

B. Juxtaposition

u

D. Articulation

slide44

Holes in sculpture are an example of:

A. Full-round

C. Positive space

B. Linear

u

D. Negative space

slide45

Composition that directs the eye back intothe work is called:

u

A. Closed composition

C. Negative composition

B. Open composition

D. Positive composition

slide46

Composition that directs the eye off the work is called:

A. Closed composition

C. Negative composition

u

B. Open composition

D. Positive composition

slide47

The roughness or smoothness of a surface is called:

A. Relief

u

C. Texture

B. Base

D. Grain

slide48

Which type of sculpture is freestanding and fully three-dimensional?

u

A. Full-Round

C. Relief

B. Base

D. Linear

slide49

Which type of sculpture projects from a background, and can only be viewed from the front?

A. Full-Round

u

C. Relief

B. Base

D. Linear

slide50

What method of sculpting is executed by carving or chiseling?

A. Manipulation

C. Substitution

u

B. Subtraction

D. Construction

slide51

What kind of art is temporary?

A. Kinetic

C. Embedded

B. Glyptic

u

D. Ephemeral

slide52

What kind of art moves?

u

A. Kinetic

C. Embedded

B. Glyptic

D. Ephemeral

slide53

A human figure with the weight shifted to one leg, shoulders and hips counterbalanced, is called?

A. Kinetic stance

u

C. Contrapposto stance

B. Ephemeral stance

D. Antipasto stance

slide54

The ability of a material to withstand bending is called:

A. Bearing strength

u

C. Tensile strength

B. Compressive strength

D. Articulation

slide55

The ability of a material to withstand crushing is called:

A. Bearing strength

C. Tensile strength

u

B. Compressive strength

D. Articulation

slide56

Alexander Calder:

A. Invented wire sculpture

C. Invented mobiles

B. Work is kinetic and linear

u

D. All of the above

slide57

Which of the following is a type of structure in architecture?

A. Post-and-lintel

C. Arch

B. Cantilever

u

D. All of the above

slide58

A structural system in architecture that consists of horizontal beams and vertical supports?

A. Cantilever

u

C. Post-and-lintel

B. Arch

D. Suspension

slide59

What’s it called when a floor is supported at one end, and it's overhanging?

A. Post-and-lintel

C. Column-and-Beam

B. Suspension

u

D. Cantilever

slide60

A structural system in which the wall supports itself?

u

A. Bearing-wall

C. Skeleton frame

B. Post-and-beam

D. Suspension

slide61

A system used in medieval buildings to keep vertical walls from buckling outward?

A. Vaults

C. Keystones

B. Pendentives

u

D. Buttresses

slide62

Buckminster Fuller is noted for:

u

A. The geodesic dome

C. Masonry

B. Suspension architecture

D. Cantilever

slide63

Who is the architect of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City?

u

A. Frank Lloyd Wright

C. Buckminster Fuller

B. Louis Sullivan

D. Luis Barragan

slide64

Who is the architect of Falling Water?

u

A. Frank Lloyd Wright

C. Buckminster Fuller

B. Louis Sullivan

D. Luis Barragan

slide65

Which of the following employs cantilevered floors?

A. The Guggenheim

u

C. Falling Water

B. Buckingham Palace

D. Monadnock Building

slide66

In creating a structure, the first concern of the architect is with which of the following?

A. Aesthetics

C. Building materials

u

B. Function

D. Line and repetition

slide67

The Parthenon and Stonehenge are examples of what type of construction?

A. Arch

u

C. Post-and-lintel

B. Cantilever

D. Bearing-wall

slide68

What is created when arches are joined at the top with their legs forming a circle?

A. Tunnel vault

C. Groin vault

u

B. Dome

D. Ribbed vault

slide69

The round or Roman, Lancet or Gothic, and horseshoe all types of:

A. Tunnel vault

C. Groin vault

u

B. Arch

D. Ribbed vault

slide71

What is the traditional material in post-and-lintel construction?

A. Steel

u

C. Stone

B. Wood

D. Brick

slide72

The center of this architectural structure is called the keystone.

u

A. Arch

C. Bearing-wall

B. Post-and-lintel

D. Cantilever

slide73

What structure makes it possible to attach a dome on a square room?

u

A. Pendentives

C. Extruded vaulting

B. Ribbed vaulting

D. Buttresses

slide74

It allows you to span a greater distance because it distributes stress outward and downward.

A. Skeleton frame

C. Bearing-wall

u

B. Arch

D. Cantilever

slide75

What arch is most efficient at directing stress down and into the ground.

u

A. Lancet

C. Horseshoe

B. Round

D. Tudor arch

slide76

What are two intersecting tunnel vaults called?

A. Tunnel vault

C. Dome

u

B. Groin Vault

D. Arcade

slide77

What are arches placed back to back to enclosed space called?

u

A. Tunnel vault

C. Dome

B. Groin Vault

D. Arcade

slide78

What are arches placed side by side called?

A. Tunnel vault

C. Dome

B. Groin Vault

u

D. Arcade

slide79

What is the hole in the center of a dome that emits light called?

A. Monolithic

C. Lancet

u

B. Oculus

D. Coffer

slide80

What type of construction binds stones or bricks with mortar?

u

A. Masonry

C. Block-and-Mortar

B. Frieze

D. Block-and-Hold

slide81

Where a work is placed is called:

A. Controlled Vision

C. Scale

B. Climate

u

D. Context

slide82

The vertical groves in columns are called:

A. Frieze

u

C. Fluting

B. Shafting

D. Cornice

slide83

What is an objects size in relation to other objects?

A. Proportion

u

C. Articulation

D. Chiaroscuro

B. Compression

slide84

Why do they add metal rods and wire to concrete?

A. To increase tensile strength.

u

C. To hold it together.

B. To stop it from expanding.

D. To increase the compressive strength.