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Art 100 Midterm 2 study Prep

Perfecting the photographic process, Louis Daguerre was able to include _______ in his
photographs, as seen in his 1839 photo Le Boulevard du Temple.
Perfecting the photographic process, Louis Daguerre was able to include _______ in his
photographs, as seen in his 1839 photo Le Boulevard du Temple.
people
One of the earliest forms of photographic images was a:
daguerreotype
The device invented in the 16th century as a means of capturing and fixing images from the
natural world whose name means “dark room” is:
camera obscura
The method of photography that first allowed families in the United States and Europe to
collect photos of themselves was:
daguerreotype
_______ was an early advocate of photography as an art form. He/she opened a gallery in
New York City in 1905.
Steiglitz
_______ is credited with introducing the concept of the photo essay.
Bourke-White
Edward Muybridge is best known for photographing people and animals in:
motion
In filmmaking, each unbroken sequence of movie frames, with the camera still rolling, is
called a:
shot
The art of composing printed material from letterforms is called:
typography
The goal of graphic design is to:
get us to do something
An identifying mark or trademark is referred to as a(n) _______.
logo
Non-Italic typesetting is known as _______ type.
Roman
A(n) _______ is a picture or decoration created to enhance displayed written material.
poster
A typical example of a low-relief sculpture would be:
a coin
freestanding:
can walk around
low-relief:
extends out of flat surface
high-relief:
extends more than 50% from flat surface.
The art and science of making objects from clay is called:
ceramics
The potter’s wheel was invented in:
Mesopotamia
kiln
big hot oven
A glaze has a silica base that causes it to vitrify during firing; this means the glaze becomes:
glassy
The Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard is a good example of the _______ method of construction.
arch
Architecture is the art and science of designing and constructing buildings for practical,
aesthetic, and _______ purposes
symbolic
Gothic builders were able to open large areas for windows because of the use of the pointed
arch and:
buttresses
trusses
is a triangular framework used to span or to support.
key stone
final stone that is set in place at the top
The image Woman of Willendorf is thought to be associated with:
The image Woman of Willendorf is thought to be associated with:
the Great Mother Goddess
The Wall Painting of Animals is located in south central France at:
Chauvet Cave
The vessel Earthenware Beaker is from the _______ period.
The vessel Earthenware Beaker is from the _______ period.
New Stone Age
The Mesopotamians built their temples, such as that of Ur-Nammu, on this type of structure,
called:
ziggurat
The word “Neolithic” means:
New Stone Age
During the Neolithic period, art went from:
naturalistic to abstract
Paleolithic
old stone
Lyre
musical instrument harp
The ancient Sumerians developed the world’s first wheel, plow and _______.
writing system
The sizing of figures as determined by social rank is called:
hieroglyphic scale
Head of an Old Man is an example of sculpture from the _______ portrait tradition.
Head of an Old Man is an example of sculpture from the _______ portrait tradition.
Roman
The Parthenon was designed to honor:
The Parthenon was designed to honor:
Athena
The Purse Cover from the Sutton Hoo ship burial illustrates one distinguishing characteristic
of the art of migrating peoples of the Middle Ages that is based on:
The Purse Cover from the Sutton Hoo ship burial illustrates one distinguishing characteristic
of the art of migrating peoples of the Middle Ages that is based on:
animals
_______ is an excellent example of Gothic architecture.
Chartres Cathedral
Early Christian Art was created in private homes and underground burial chambers called:
catacombs
One feature that set Gothic architecture apart from Romanesque was the extensive use of:
Stained Glass and butresses
Tesera
glass tiles in mosaics
Iconoclast
Image breakers
Contrapposto
counter poised
entasis
ceptible bulge