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Neoclassical Architecture Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. In what year did architect John Nash apprentice under Sir Robert Taylor?

Question 2 2. What type of architectural structure was the neoclassical Euston Arch based on?

Question 3 3. When was British architect James Wyatt's Pantheon built on Oxford Street in London?

Question 4 4. Which of the following buildings was designed by British architect John Nash?

Question 5 5. What company did British neoclassical architect Philip Hardwick work for in 1829?

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Question 6 6. What can be said about the dimensions and proportions of Russian Neoclassical buildings?

Question 7 7. The following is an image of:

Question 8 8. How did Russian Neoclassical buildings decorate their facades?

Question 9 9. What classical orders were most commonly used for columns in Russian Neoclassical architecture?

Question 10 10. Neoclassical architecture was based on architectural concepts from _____.

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Question 11 11. In the early 1800s, Egyptian design elements could be found on all sorts of Neoclassical buildings, including religious structures, public buildings, and a type of funerary architecture. What was the name of the funerary architecture?

Question 12 12. A type of architectural element, with vertical rows of leaf-like forms and an outward flaring upper edge, is called a _____.

Question 13 13. What was L'Egyptomanie, which swept France and then Europe in the early 19th century?

Question 14 14. A _____ is a tall, rectangular, tapering tower that ends in a pyramid-like top. The Washington Monument is an example of one.

Question 15 15. Which of the following Neoclassical architectural elements would have come from ancient Egyptian architecture?

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Question 16 16. Neoclassical architecture was inspired by what?

Question 17 17. Which of these would NOT adequately describe the English Neoclassical movement?

Question 18 18. In England, Neoclassicism was largely a response to which style?

Question 19 19. A Neoclassical building is most like to resemble _____.

Question 20 20. Columns, when they appeared in English Neoclassical architecture, always conformed to what?

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Question 21 21. Who is Germany's most well-known Neoclassical architect?

Question 22 22. Neoclassical architecture looked back to the ancient cultures of Rome and _____.

Question 23 23. Which of the following elements are not associated with Neoclassical architecture?

Question 24 24. In what century did the Neoclassical architectural movement start in Germany?

Question 25 25. The Altes Museum by Karl Friedrich Schinkel uses which architectural element on the front facade to create rhythm?

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Question 26 26. The brothers who led Neoclassicism in Greece were from where?

Question 27 27. Theophilos Hansen's distinct Neoclassicism focused on what?

Question 28 28. The effort to bring Neoclassicism to Athens was part of a campaign to do what to the city?

Question 29 29. Neoclassicism was a style based on the revival of what?

Question 30 30. What is the Athenian Trilogy?

Neoclassical Architecture Chapter Exam Instructions

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