Art 1301: Art Appreciation

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ARTS 1301 – Art Appreciation Study Guide – Exam II – Chapters 2.1-2.10 1. Pencil (number and letter) that makes the lightest mark, the darkest mark. 2. Drawing medium that dates back to 30,000 BCE. 3. Medium used by Georges Seurat on La Grande Jatte. 4. What artist tool have East Asian artists used to apply ink? 5. How does an artist control value using brush and ink? 6. Drawing type using continuous lines to capture the changing surface and outline of an object. 7. Giorgio Vasari credited this Flemish painter with the invention of oil paint. 8. Technique of applying thick layers of paint on a surface. 9. Japanese-American artist who used acrylic paint to express the relationship between American and Japanese…show more content…
The creator of the Olmec Baby Figure utilized this quality of kaolin clay: 35. Method of clay production in which flat sheets of wet clay are produced. 36. The ancient culture that perfected the process of glassblowing: 37. Sculpture viewed from one side, protrudes dynamically from background: 38. Female sculptor who created Memorial to King Leopold of the Belgians: 39. Additive and subtractive methods of sculpting. 40. Sculptors have often cast their work in this alloy of copper and tin: 41. How does George Rickey’s kinetic sculpture move when there is no wind? 42. Artist that used a urinal to make an art object called Fountain. 43. Remarkable load-bearing Maya pyramid Temple I at Tikal is in ____. 44. To create interior space an architect designs this distance between supports: 45. Type of column Kallikrates used in the Temple of Athena Nike. 46. A Roman construction used for conveying water: 47. Windows set high above a cathedral nave, let in great amounts of light: 48. Construction materials that became less costly in the nineteenth century. 49. Event that led to the innovative rebuilding of a city’s downtown area. 50. I.M. Pei’s Bank of China Tower, which incorporates feng shui, is in

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