ART 160 – Quiz – Introduction Chapter

Question 1

In Japan, ceramic tea bowls were appreciated not just for their color, shape, and pleasing irregular surface, but as part of the experience of sipping tea.


Question 2

Representational artworks are also called objective.

Question 3
El Anatsui’s artworks reference both ________ and ________.
colonial Africa . . . modern consumerism
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Question 4
What creates the various degrees between representational and non-objective?
Question 5
The medium of Marc Quinn’s Self is:
the artist’s own blood
Question 6
Louise Nevelson’s work White Vertical Water is made of ________.
painted wood

Question 7

The ancient Egyptian artist who painted The Journey of the Sun God Re (0.0.1) on a coffin chose his subject because ________.
it expresses beliefs in an afterlife

Question 8

Niagara Falls was a popular subject for North American artists in the second half of the nineteenth century, because it symbolized:
America’s territorial expansion
the presence of God in nature
the beauty and power of nature
all of the other answers

Question 9

Agnolo Bronzino’s painting of Eleonora di Toledo is categorized as fine art.
Question 10
David Hockney emphasized the figure of Peter Schlesinger in his artwork Portrait of an Artist (Pool with two figures), using:
scale: Peter appears to be taller than the hills in the background
color: Peter’s red jacket stands out
implied line: the edges of the pool seem to point toward Peter
all of the other answers
none of the other answers
Question 11
James McNeil Whistler, painter of Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket, believed that art had intrinsic value regardless of its message or subject matter.


Question 12

Gertrude Stein was the patron of Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.


Question 13

The city of Los Angeles disapproved of Simon Rodia’s Watts Towers.
Question 14
Girl with a Pearl Earring was painted by this Dutch artist.
Johannes Vermeer
Question 15
The oldest museum in America, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, was founded in:
Question 16
Agnolo Bronzino’s portrait Eleonora of Toledo and Her Son, Giovanni conveys a sense of:
high status
all of the other answers
Question 17
The original painting of the Virgin of Guadalupe is housed in a basilica at the base of Tepeyac hill, Mexico, but many people keep their own image of her at home or in their vehicle.
Question 18
When conducting a formal analysis of a work of art, you would probably want to consider the artist’s use of:
all of the other answers
Question 19
Ai Weiwei’s S.A.C.R.E.D. depicts six dioramas of:
parts of a temple
his experience as a prisoner
Olympic buildings
architectural monuments
none of the other answers
Question 20
The ancient Egyptian depiction of the journey of the Sun god Re (0.0.1) was painted on ________.
a vase
a coffin
the wall of a tomb

Question 21

Allan Houser’s work Reverie is:

abstract and non-objective

abstract and two-dimensional

abstract and representational
abstract and not representational
none of the other answers
Question 22
The work now known as the Watts Towers was in fact given a different title by its creator. That title was ________.
LA Towers
Skyscrapers 1 and 2
Found Objects
Nuestro Pueblo
it had no title originally
Question 23
A graphic designer usually intends to please one individual patron.
Question 24
Eva Hesse’s Untitled (Rope Piece) is considered highly abstract.
Question 25
The critic John Ruskin popularized James McNeil Whistler’s painting Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket by writing several positive reviews of the painting in London papers.
Question 26
In Japan, ceramic tea bowls were appreciated because ________.
of their shape, subtle colors, and irregular surface

Question 27

Artist Ai Weiwei was arrested by Chinese government officials in 2011, just three years after he had been involved in designing the stadium for the Beijing Olympics.
Question 28
How did Pablo Picasso respond when told that his portrait of Gertrude Stein did not look like her?
“She will.”
He angrily left the party.
He destroyed it.
“Yes it does, you blind fool!”
He fell into depression.
Question 29
Which of the following can be considered part of visual culture?
roadside billboards
television commercials
comic books
oil paintings
all of the other answers
Question 30
Artists must be alive to make money.
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