Renaissance Art & Architecture Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Adrian Willaert studied with French composer Jean Mouton. Which type of musical composition was Mouton known for writing?

Question 2 2. Adrian Willaert composed music that was some of the earliest to use antiphony. What does antiphony mean?

Question 3 3. Antiphony, as used by composers like Adrian Willaert, led to polyphony in Western music. What is polyphony?

Question 4 4. What feature dominates the interior of Sant'Andrea?

Question 5 5. Leon Battista Alberti was an architect of what time period?

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Question 6 6. What did Alberti use as the model for the facade of Sant'Andrea?

Question 7 7. Which of the following men was NEVER painted by Jean Fouquet?

Question 8 8. Jean Fouquet painted Charles VII mistress as _____.

Question 9 9. Who was Jean Fouquet?

Question 10 10. Beyond practical elements of art, what was a common focus in Alberti's works?

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Question 11 11. Which of these was Alberti's major treatise on architecture?

Question 12 12. What did Alberti believe about architecture?

Question 13 13. What is the medium of Pallas and the Centaur?

Question 14 14. Sandro Botticelli was a master of what era of art?

Question 15 15. What was the main message of Botticelli's Pallas and the Centaur?

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Question 16 16. Which Christian sacrament was first enacted during the Last Supper?

Question 17 17. What major movement was just beginning when Dürer created ''The Last Supper'' in 1523?

Question 18 18. Dürer's treatment of the bread, wine, and lamb echo what Reformation belief?

Question 19 19. William Gilpin liked to use a technique that pushed objects farther into the background and tinted the image. This technique was accomplished using a Claude glass. Which describes the effect it had on an image?

Question 20 20. William Gillpin coined the term picturesque. He used it to describe art that _____.

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Question 21 21. Gilpin used the money from his art and written works to fund what projects?

Question 22 22. Of the following elements, which was NOT included in Book 3 as being important to become a better artist?

Question 23 23. Alberti wrote On Painting in Latin in 1435. Into what language was it translated the following year?

Question 24 24. In Book 1, Alberti included a lengthy discussion on linear perspective. What is linear perspective?

Question 25 25. In which city did Adrian Willaert settle when he became choir master of St. Mark's cathedral?

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Question 26 26. Renaissance architects like Alberti generally looked to who for aesthetic inspiration?

Question 27 27.

Which of the following about Jean Fouquet's early life is true?

I. He was probably the illegitimate son of a priest

II. He may have been educated in Paris

III. He rose to become King of France

Question 28 28. In what part of the Renaissance was Leon Battista Alberti living and working?

Question 29 29. How may Botticelli's painting have related to events of the time period?

Question 30 30. What was Albrecht Dürer's medium of choice?

Renaissance Art & Architecture Chapter Exam Instructions

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