ART 160 Graded Quiz – Chapters 1.5 and 1.6

When painters in the workshop of the fifteenth-century artist known as the Master of Osservanza illustrated The Meeting of St. Anthony and St. Paul, they solved the problem of how to ________ in a single painting by merging a series of episodes into one picture.
tell a story
Performance artists in the Cirque du Soleil rely on bodily movements to communicate ideas without speech.
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The Italian Futurist artist Giacomo Balla implied motion by repetition and inference in his work ________ of a Dog on a Leash.


This artist, who created the work Cataract 3, used the natural movement of the human eye to create illusions of motion.
Bridget Riley
This medium involves the human body and usually includes the artist.
performance art
This inventor co-created the film Fred Ott’s Sneeze, which was one of the first American movies.
Thomas Edison
Bernini’s sculpture of Apollo and Daphne is based on a mythological story in which a god pursues a nymph. The artist used diagonal lines and flowing drapery to convey the ________ of the chase.
If a figure in an artwork has drapery billowing out behind it, and appears to have multiple feet in different positions, the viewer might assume that this figure is ________.
running forwards
The Italian Futurist artist Giacomo Balla illustrated the rapid movement of a dog running on a leash by painting a series of ________ in order to give the impression that we are seeing motion as it happens.
repeating marks
Alexander Calder invented the ________, a type of suspended, balanced sculpture that uses air currents to power its movement.
This American sculptor creates spinning sculptures that are intended to be viewed while a strobe light is flashing to create an impression of motion. His/her work Drum 52 features an illusion that green liquid spheres rise up into a hand and the illusion repeats as long as the spinning and strobe lighting continues. What is this sculptor’s name?
Gregory Barsamian
Disney’s Finding Nemo is an example of a series of computer-generated images played in rapid succession. This medium is called ________.
Motion is not the only indicator of the passage of time in art. ________ use the changing properties of organic material to create a sense of time passing in their art.
If the action portrayed in the early film Fred Ott’s Sneeze was not a sneeze, but a man simply wiping his nose, this would have an effect on the level of intensity in the movie. The movie would be ________.
less intense
Traditional visual arts, such as painting, are inherently static, but artists have always found inventive ways of conveying the elements of ________ and ________.
motion . . . time
________ balance is achieved when two halves of a composition are not mirror images of each other.
If an artist painted a street scene with one large building on the left-hand side, and two smaller buildings on the right-hand side, this would be an example of ________ balance.
This symmetrical Chinese motif appears in art as a monster that is made from many other designs.
t’ao t’ieh
Romare Bearden’s work The Dove uses an underlying ________ reflecting the city streets to create a sense of order.
Variety can ________ a design.
When Robert Rauschenberg, in his work Monogram, chose to use a variety of non-traditional art materials and techniques instead of those accepted by the art world, he made a conscious effort to ________ the established art world.
rebel against
The story of Vishnu dreaming the universe, as depicted in an Indian relief carving (1.6.9), is derived from the ________ religion.
What element describes the imposition of order and harmony on a design?
Romare Bearden depicted a hectic street scene in his work The Dove. He created a sense of unity and stability in the busy composition with an implied ________ shape.
An interior design that uses only straight lines might lack the visual interest of a more varied composition.
Katsushika Hokusai, in his woodcut “The Great Wave off Shore at Kanagawa,” simplified and ordered the visual elements in the work to create ________.
compositional unity
Creating visual weight and counterweight is part of an artist’s use of the element of ________ in creating a work of art.
Tibetan Buddhist monks create colored sand images with a radial design. This representation of the universe is called a ________.
The German word that refers to something in which the whole seems greater than the sum of its parts is ________.
Disparate visual elements can be linked together with a common idea. This is ________ unity.
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