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ARH 216 Exam 1. Graded A

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ARH216 Exam 1 Question 1 (1 point) The Council of Trent was… Question 1 options: A series of meetings by the Protestants to choose between Luther or Calvin as Pope A series of meetings t... o choose would be the new Pope after 1517 A series of meetings as to what should be depicted in church art A series of meeting between Catholics and Protestants to negotiate Luther’s 95 thesis Question 2 (1 point) Bernini was a … Question 2 options: Painter, architect and sculptor Painter, landscape architect and designer of Old St Peter’s Architect and painter who made the Villa Rotunda, outside of Venice Sculptor who helped Michelangelo make his dome on the Florence Cathedral Question 3 (1 point) The Baroque period… Question 3 options: Produced no new innovations in the arts except in architecture Produced multiple new innovations in the arts such as one-point perspective Produced multiple innovations such as scumbling, tenebrism and naturalism Produced architecture based ONLY upon Greek paradigms Question 4 (1 point) Did Caravaggio have… Question 4 options: A studio for devout Baroque artists that taught his new techniques Learned tenebrism from the Renaissance masters Painted along side Reni in the Farnese Gallery no real students; painters learned from looking at his works Question 5 (1 point) The Religious and Political events in Germany post 1517 had… Question 5 options: No effect on Italian painting and architecture Changed the way people thought about how religious paintings show look Changed the use of landscape in the background of secular and mythological paintings Had a profound affect on Italian art; it changed the subject matter they were asked to paint by the Catholics Question 1 (1 point) Saved Did Caravaggio have… Question 1 options: A studio for devout Baroque artists that taught his new techniques Learned tenebrism from the Renaissance masters Painted along side Reni in the Farnese Gallery no real students; painters learned from looking at his works Question 2 (1 point) Saved Baroque painters produced both… Question 2 options: Only Secular and Religious artworks Only Secular and Mythological artworks Only Religious art works Secular, Religious, mythological, landscapes and portraiture Question 3 (1 point) Saved When an artist scumbles in a background, they are… Question 3 options: Using a lot color for the trees, using a thick brush Blotting in the background with sponge, then showing only a few figures to create mood Has only half finished the work, wants his student to finish the rest Uses a sponge to block in the forms of the body, adds the details later Question 4 (1 point) Saved Iconography is the use of… Question 4 options: Symbols in art The use of small figures in art The use of tenebrism in art The use of Protestant Saints in art Question 5 (1 point) Saved The Baroque period… Question 5 options: Produced no new innovations in the arts except in architecture Produced multiple new innovations in the arts such as one-point perspective Produced multiple innovations such as scumbling, tenebrism and naturalism Produced architecture based ONLY upon Greek paradigms Question 6 (7.5 points) Question 1 (1 point) Saved Artemisia Gentileschi was a… Question 1 options: Rare female Baroque artist Partners with the painter Poussin doing illusionist dome painting A friend of Bernini who made a statue of her for the Vatican Mythological creature painted multiple times during the Baroque period Question 2 (1 point) Saved The Council of Trent was… Question 2 options: A series of meetings by the Protestants to choose between Luther or Calvin as Pope A series of meetings to choose would be the new Pope after 1517 A series of meetings as to what should be depicted in church art A series of meeting between Catholics and Protestants to negotiate Luther’s 95 thesis Question 3 (1 point) Saved Baroque painters produced both… Question 3 options: Only Secular and Religious artworks Only Secular and Mythological artworks Only Religious art works Secular, Religious, mythological, landscapes and portraiture Question 4 (1 point) Saved The Baroque period… Question 4 options: Produced no new innovations in the arts except in architecture Produced multiple new innovations in the arts such as one-point perspective Produced multiple innovations such as scumbling, tenebrism and naturalism Produced architecture based ONLY upon Greek paradigms Question 5 (1 point) Saved Vitruvius was… Question 5 options: An architect living in the Baroque period who influenced Bernini A painter living in the Greek period who influenced the architect Borromini A painter who invented 1 point perspective A Roman architect who influenced both architects Bernini and Borromini [Show More]

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