Pop Art: Imagery, Influence & Examples

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What is Pop art?

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1. What trait is shared by Pop art and Dada?

2. What element of popular culture was Roy Lichtenstein known for emulating?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Students can use this quiz and worksheet to check their understanding of Pop art. It will ask questions about the definition of Pop art, similarities or relationship between Pop art and other types of art, and the artists associated with this genre.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Students interested in taking this quiz/worksheet will be asked questions on the subjects listed below:

  • The definition of Pop art
  • Similarities and/or differences between Pop art and other art genres
  • The artists associated with Pop art and their works

Skills Practiced

The skills students will be improving while taking this quiz/worksheet include:

  • Reading comprehension - read the lesson on Pop art and draw the most important information from it
  • Making connections - make connections between Pop art and other genres
  • Defining key concepts - correctly define and/or understand the meaning of key terms and phrases such as Pop art and Abstract Expressionism
  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast Pop art and other genres of art

Additional Learning

Students who want to know more about this topic can take a look at the accompanying lesson, Pop Art: Imagery, Influence & Examples. It will help students accomplish the following:

  • Define collage
  • Identify materials and imagery that characterized Pop art
  • Understand the social commentary Pop art strived to make
  • Determine the cultural and artistic influences on Pop art
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