Art Chapter 1 Flashcards


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1

Ancient Egypt had an ever-changing artistic style.

false

2

____________________ is the mass of ideas associated with a work of art.

Content

3



This painting was a catalyst for the ____ movement in art.

cubist

4

Regardless of culture, content is always readily apparent in a work of art.

false

5

____________________ is the manner of expression that is characteristic of art made by an individual artist, from a historic period or from an entire civilization.

Style

6

Content and form are interchangeable in a work of art.

false

7

In ancient Rome, ____ sculptures were seen as the ultimate symbol of imperial dignity and power.

equestrian

8

Van Gogh was not a member of another stylistic group.

false

9

Art is primarily a ____________________ medium used to express ideas about our human experience and the world around us.

visual

10

In which way can art be categorized?

all of the above

11

Popular art includes

calendars

12

The visual form of a work of art is the ____________________ embodiment of an idea.

physical

13

An equestrian sculpture is one that includes a ____.

horse

14

Craft refers to which of the following?

pottery

15

Art is always a serious endeavor and never functions as entertainment.

true

16

When this image was painted, its idealized concept of human beauty was at odds with medieval notions of the body as sinful.Correct!

true

17

Ceramics, glass, jewelry, weaving, and woodworking are categorized as ____________________.

crafts

18

The components of an artwork include perception, response, creativity, and ____.

expression

19

Every culture, both past and present, has a word that corresponds to ours for art.

false

20

Art has ____________________ form, which includes the materials used to make the artwork, its formal elements, and its overall composition. Correct!

visual