Art & Architecture of Europe Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Tiepolo created works in several medias, including in oils and _____, which was paint applied directly into wet plaster.

Question 2 2. What art style ruled the work of Polish painter Tamara de Lempicka?

Question 3 3. Which of the following elements could be found in a Cubism painting?

Question 4 4. When was Marie Laurencin's first solo show?

Question 5 5. If this painting were to be described in a single word, that word would be _____.

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Question 6 6. What is the Green Box, presented by Duchamp in 1934?

Question 7 7. After creating paintings influenced by Cubism, Duchamp went on to create sculptures known as _____.

Question 8 8. In which exhibition did a group of Cubists cause an uproar with their space full of Cubist works called Room 41?

Question 9 9. Jacques Lipchitz's sculptural style changed several times. In a later style, he portrayed recognizable figures through bulky, curving and organic forms. Of the following works, which is an example of that style?

Question 10 10. Leger's experiences in the war changed the content of his work by _____.

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Question 11 11. Each of the Migration Art styles focus on metalworking. Which style also focuses on manuscripts?

Question 12 12. Aside from the fact the L.H.O.O.Q depicts the Mona Lisa with a mustache, how did Duchamp demonstrate an irreverence for high art?

Question 13 13. What was the main theme for architecture in the Jacobean style?

Question 14 14. What was the connection between Marcel Duchamp and Rrose Selávy?

Question 15 15. Which famous ballet was first premiered by the Ballets Russes?

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Question 16 16. The La Tene style shows a mix of influences from different cultures, in art characteristics and in skills. Which of the following is NOT one of the influences?

Question 17 17. Who really introduced large-scale castle building into England and across Europe?

Question 18 18. What is the connection between the works titled The Horse and The Large Horse?

Question 19 19. These houses are an example of _____ architecture.

Question 20 20. Roger de la Fresnaye used elements of many art styles in his work. These included _____, which focused on color and rhythm and had been created by artist Robert Delaunay.

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Question 21 21. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo was skilled at many elements of painting. He sometimes portrayed figures as _____, which creates an illusion of them receding in space.

Question 22 22. Where did Polish artist Tamara de Lempicka meet her first husband?

Question 23 23. What was the name of the more formal group the young Cubist artists (including Jean Metzinger) founded around 1912?

Question 24 24. Who was the first person to buy one of Marie Laurencin's paintings?

Question 25 25. Scipio Africanus was remembered for his _____.

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Question 26 26. The Large Glass was made using _____ over two glass panels enclosed by a frame.

Question 27 27. How did Duchamp's Nude Descending a Staircase break with the Cubist movement?

Question 28 28. Of the following elements, which would be found in a Cubist painting?

Question 29 29. In 1940, why did Jacques Lipchitz move to the United States and settle in New York?

Question 30 30. Fernand Leger did NOT hold which of the following jobs in his lifetime?

Art & Architecture of Europe Chapter Exam Instructions

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