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HUMX1100 Quiz 1 - Fall 2019

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    cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_001--><p>Toranas are</p><p>platforms where bodies were placed to face heaven.</p><p>ancestor spirits</p><p>gates in the stupa</p><p>tomb hallways</p>answer_3100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_002--><p>The word renaissance means</p><p>rebirth or rediscovery</p><p>tear down and rebuild</p><p>to revere and to keep old ways</p><p>to update history by displaying old art</p>answer_1100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_003--><p>The Chauvet-Pont-d&#8217;-Arc Cave was discovered in France in 1994 and it&#8217;s images are</p><p>25,000 years old</p><p>15,000 years old</p><p>more than 30,000 years old</p><p>10,000 years old</p>answer_3100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_004--><p>&#8220;Weighing of the Souls&#8221; in the Ancient Egyptian tradition balances Hunefer&#8217;s</p><p>brain vs. heart</p><p>heart vs. feather</p><p>feather vs. brain</p><p>none of these</p>answer_2100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_005--><p>German bombers, Cubist elements, and the Paris World&#8217;s Fair are all associated with</p><p>Van Gogh&#8217;s <i>The Starry Night</i></p><p>Picasso&#8217;s <i>Guernica</i></p><p>Goya&#8217;s <i>The Third of May 1808</i></p><p>Dali&#8217;s <i>The Persistence of Memory</i></p>answer_2100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_006--><p>Mythology is important to art because it has</p><p>kept art from public interpretation</p><p>forced artists to create only from their minds</p><p>provided artists with a generous supply of subjects</p><p>all of the choices are correct</p>answer_3100cc_profilecc.true_false.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_007--><p>The calendar we use today is derived form one developed by the ancient Egyptians.</p>TrueFalsetrue100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_008--><p>The shape of the Pyramid at Giza is</p><p>intended as a solidified version of the rays of the sun.</p><p>designed as a staircase to heaven for the Pharaoh.</p><p>connected to the ben-ben stone.</p><p>all are correct</p>answer_4100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_009--><p>Emperor Qin Shihuangdi may have believed ___________ had life giving power.</p><p>mercury</p><p>gold</p><p>jade</p><p>platinum</p>answer_1100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_010--><p>Harmony, order, and balance in a work of art are characteristic of</p><p>surrealism</p><p>cubism</p><p>classicism</p><p>realism</p>answer_3100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_011--><p>Which of the following would be considered installation art?</p><p>positioning a sculpture at a particular angle in an art gallery</p><p>creating a drip painting</p><p>hanging a series of drapes in a park in a specific pattern for a short time</p><p>standing in the middle of Times Square reading poetry</p>answer_3100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_012--><p>All visual art is</p><p>imitation</p><p>obstraction</p><p>performance</p><p>realism</p>answer_1100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_013--><p>Mary Cassatt was a fellow painter of the</p><p>Renaissance perspectivists</p><p>German Expressionists</p><p>French Impressionists</p><p>American pop artists</p>answer_3100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_014--><p>Claude Monet viewed painting as an</p><p>experience of color and light.</p><p>attempt to represent matter truthfully.</p><p>effort to flatten and fragment a subject.</p><p>none of the above</p>answer_1100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_015--><p>Isamu Noguchi&#8217;s Portal is</p><p>built from massive hollow steel tubes.</p><p>a deceptively complicated design.</p><p>outside the Justice Center on Ontario Street.</p><p>all of the above</p>answer_4100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_016--><p>Georges Braque&#8217;s co-creator of Cubism was</p><p>Mattise</p><p>Pollack</p><p>Monet</p><p>Picasso</p>answer_4100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_017--><p>Kandinsky&#8217;s main innovation is developing art that is</p><p>symbolic</p><p>impersionistic</p><p>surrealistic</p><p>abstract</p>answer_4100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_018--><p>Anselm Kiefer</p><p>is a contemporary portrait artist.</p><p>paints with few textures.</p><p>paints with soft pastel colors.</p><p>is known to apply straw, liquified lead, and even a blow torch to his work.</p>answer_4100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_019--><p>Jean-Michel Basquiat</p><p>Wordplay is a characteristic of his art.</p><p>was famous for writing on the walls of lower Manhattan under the name SAMO.</p><p>was nicknamed the &#8220;black-Picasso&#8221;</p><p>all of the above are correct</p>answer_4100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_020--><p>Which type of art was most influenced by television and billboards?</p><p>Pop art</p><p>performance art</p><p>surrealism</p><p>cubism</p>answer_1100
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