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Question 1

5 out of 5 points

Where did the Renaissance originate?

Padua, Italy

The Netherlands

Florence, Italy

Rome, Italy

Question 2

5 out of 5 points

Michelangelo believed the truest vehicle of expression was:

Larger than life sculptures that overwhelm the viewer

The human form itself

Innovations of Vitruvian Man

Question 3

5 out of 5 points

Notable artists of the High Renaissance had personal styles, but followed the same guidelines, which includes:

Continuing the stylistic traditions of the Middle Ages

Dynamic compositions, expressive gestures, and somber overtones

Balanced compositions, emotional power, and technical virtuosity

Question 4

5 out of 5 points

Images of everyday life is called:

Motif paintings

Symbolic paintings

Religious paintings

Genre paintings

Question 5

5 out of 5 points

A societal focus on philosophy, achievements and the natural world is called:

Paganism

Renaissance

Christianity

Humanism

Question 6

5 out of 5 points

Van Eyck’s Arnolfini Portrait employs what to create meaning?

Christian motifs

Symbolic elements

Humanist philosophies

Inspiration from Giotto’s Madonna Enthroned

Question 7

5 out of 5 points

The Mona Lisa is significant to art history because:

She’s smiling.

It is the first formal portrait to recognize the sitter’s wealth and station in society.

It is the first formal portrait executed in a natural style.

Question 8

5 out of 5 points

Giotto’s Arena Chapel paintings were created using which medium?

Oil paint

Fresco

Tempura paint

Encaustic

Question 9

5 out of 5 points

When Raphael was creating The School of Athens, he was most inspired by:

Da Vinci’s Last Supper

Michelangelo’s Sistine Ceiling paintings

Donatello’s St. Mark

Question 10

5 out of 5 points

Titian’s style of painting is different because:

Titian used dynamic compositions, bright colors, and bold brushstrokes.

Titian used linear perspective, monochromatic colors, and experimental fresco techniques.

Titian used balanced compositions, subdued colors, and thin layers of sheer paint.

Question 11

5 out of 5 points

Early Renaissance artists earned their commissions by:

Reputation

Application

Competition

Question 12

5 out of 5 points

New invention from the Netherlands that revolutionized painting was:

Tempura paint

Acrylic Paint

Oil paint

Question 13

5 out of 5 points

Giotto and Cimabue found ways to incorporate space in their paintings. How did they do that?

By layering the figures and using shading to create form.

By gilding the surface to create an ethereal quality.

By carving the images from stone to recreate a three-dimensional scene.

Question 14

5 out of 5 points

Donatello’s David sculpture may be the first:

Commission for a wealthy merchant family

Bronze commission that survived military repurpose

Free-standing, nude sculpture created since antiquity

Question 15

5 out of 5 points

Linear Perspective was first discovered and created by:

Bernini and his Baptistry door commission

Da Vinci and his Last Supper painting

Brunelleschi and his study of ancient architecture

Question 16

5 out of 5 points

Da Vinci’s Last Supper was revolutionary at the time because he:

Created a Christian image using traditional symbolic elements, based on the innovations of Van Eyck.

Relied on Giotto’s innovations from the Arena Chapel.

Used observations of nature, created drama with the moment depicted, and abandoned symbolic Christian elements.

Question 17

5 out of 5 points

Creating space in a painting by using light blue hues for elements in the distance is called:

Altarpiece

Linear perspective

Horizon line

Atmospheric perspective

Question 18

5 out of 5 points

Michelangelo’s Sistine Ceiling Paintings are best described as:

Delicate, timid human forms idolizing the Papal State of the Vatican.

Complex compositions of human forms dramatizing the Old Testament

Historic replicas of religious imagery from the Netherlands.

Question 19

5 out of 5 points

Michelangelo’s David is different than Donatello’s because:

Da Vinci’s David is battling Goliath

Michelangelo’s David is waiting for the battle with Goliath

Michelangelo’s David is victorious after the battle with Goliath

Question 20

5 out of 5 points

David’s relaxed, ready for action free-standing stance is called:

Humanism

Idealized Youth

Perspective

Contraposto

 

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