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    Artists draw for many reasons, including:
    to define their ideas, to plan for larger projects, to resolve design issues in preparatory sketches, and to record their visual observations
    When Raphael was preparing to paint his fresco The School of Athens he did a large drawing called ________ to help place the design on the wall.
    a cartoon
    Pencils have a range of values from very light to very dark. If you wanted a dark value, which of these pencil numbers would be the darkest?
    Pencils have a range of values from very light to very dark. If you wanted a dark value, which of these pencil numbers would be the darkest?
    9B
    When creating his silverpoint drawing Heads of the Virgin and Child, Raphael employed ________, a process in which the artist uses closely arranged parallel lines to create value.
    hatching
    Artists' chalk is powdered calcium carbonate combined with this binder.
    Artists’ chalk is powdered calcium carbonate combined with this binder.
    gum arabic

    (art by Michelangelo using red chalk)

    The French Impressionist Edgar Degas used this dry drawing medium when he created The Tub in 1886.
    The French Impressionist Edgar Degas used this dry drawing medium when he created The Tub in 1886.
    pastel
    The French artist Georges Seurat created a study for his huge painting La Grande Jatte using this waxy medium.
    Conte crayon
    Erasers can be used by artists as drawing tools. In 1953 Robert Rauschenberg created a work by erasing a drawing by this famous Abstract Expressionist painter.
    Erasers can be used by artists as drawing tools. In 1953 Robert Rauschenberg created a work by erasing a drawing by this famous Abstract Expressionist painter.
    Willem de Kooning
    East Asian artists have traditionally applied ink using a ________.
    East Asian artists have traditionally applied ink using a ________.
    brush
    In which country was paper invented by Cai Lun, who made it out of macerated plant fibers suspended in water?
    China
    In addition to its fiber content and weight, paper is also classified by its surface texture. What is the type of paper that is created on a screen with a grid-like structure?
    In addition to its fiber content and weight, paper is also classified by its surface texture. What is the type of paper that is created on a screen with a grid-like structure?
    wove
    Paint in its most basic form is composed of ________ and a liquid binder.
    pigment
    The binding agent in encaustic painting is ________.
    The binding agent in encaustic painting is ________.
    beeswax
    The binding agent for tempera paint is ________.
    egg
    This twentieth-century American painter chose tempera to describe his neighbor's
    This twentieth-century American painter chose tempera to describe his neighbor’s “extraordinary conquest of life” in the work Christina’s World.
    Andrew Wyeth
    This painting process relies on freshly applied lime plaster to hold the pigment in place.
    This painting process relies on freshly applied lime plaster to hold the pigment in place.
    fresco
    There are two types of fresco. Fresco secco, which means dry fresco, and this kind, which means good fresco.
    There are two types of fresco. Fresco secco, which means dry fresco, and this kind, which means good fresco.
    buon
    Taking four years to complete, the Sistine Chapel ceiling was painted by this artist in sections using the buon fresco method.
    Michelangelo
    The Renaissance artist and writer Giorgio Vasari credited this Flemish painter with the invention of oil paint.
    The Renaissance artist and writer Giorgio Vasari credited this Flemish painter with the invention of oil paint.
    Jan van Eyck
    Californian artist Joan Brown used this painting technique, created by applying thick layers of paint to a surface.
    Californian artist Joan Brown used this painting technique, created by applying thick layers of paint to a surface.
    impasto
    This contemporary painting medium uses a polymer resin as a binder.
    This contemporary painting medium uses a polymer resin as a binder.
    acrylic
    This painting medium is transparent, applied to a paper surface, and has a gum arabic binder (the French version uses honey.)
    watercolor
    This painting medium is opaque, applied to a paper surface, and uses a gum arabic binder.
    gouache
    This German artist's naturalistic depiction A Young Hare was created using a combination of watercolor and gouache highlighting.
    This German artist’s naturalistic depiction A Young Hare was created using a combination of watercolor and gouache highlighting.
    Albrecht Durer
    Another name for freestanding sculpture is
________.
    Another name for freestanding sculpture is
    ________.
    in the round
    Unlike freestanding sculpture, this type of sculpture is created to be viewed from one side only.
    Unlike freestanding sculpture, this type of sculpture is created to be viewed from one side only.
    relief
    The sculptural process in which the artist carves only in shallow depth is called ________.
    The sculptural process in which the artist carves only in shallow depth is called ________.
    bas-relief
    Michelangelo believed ________ to be the finest and most challenging of all the visual arts.
    Michelangelo believed ________ to be the finest and most challenging of all the visual arts.
    sculpture
    This sculpting process involves adding a liquid or
pliable material to a mold.
    This sculpting process involves adding a liquid or
    pliable material to a mold.
    casting
    Ancient Greek sculptors sometimes created cast sculptures from ________, an alloy of copper and
tin.
    Ancient Greek sculptors sometimes created cast sculptures from ________, an alloy of copper and
    tin.
    bronze
    The name of this bronze-casting process relies on a modeled original form made from a pliable material. This method is known as ________.
    The name of this bronze-casting process relies on a modeled original form made from a pliable material. This method is known as ________.
    lost-wax casting
    Over time, exposure to the elements can add this surface coloration to metals. It can also be created with the use of chemical preparations.
    patina
    This American artist created a large earthwork titled
Spiral Jetty in the Great Salt Lake in Utah in 1969-
70.
    This American artist created a large earthwork titled
    Spiral Jetty in the Great Salt Lake in Utah in 1969-
    70.
    Robert Smithson
    This group of Soviet artists created an entire art
movement out of the process of assembling
artworks.
    This group of Soviet artists created an entire art
    movement out of the process of assembling
    artworks.
    Constructivists
    The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, by Damien Hirst, is an example of the broad range of materials that can be used in a work of art. It presents a ________ suspended in a
tank of formaldehyde.
    The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, by Damien Hirst, is an example of the broad range of materials that can be used in a work of art. It presents a ________ suspended in a
    tank of formaldehyde.
    shark
    Objects found or already existing outside of the context of art, which are used as component parts in a work or to create an entire sculpture, are called
________.
    Objects found or already existing outside of the context of art, which are used as component parts in a work or to create an entire sculpture, are called
    ________.
    readymades
    This Spanish artist combined a bicycle seat and handlebars into a form that was reminiscent of a
bull's head.
    This Spanish artist combined a bicycle seat and handlebars into a form that was reminiscent of a
    bull’s head.
    Pablo Picasso
    This process involves taking over a pre-existing image or object and altering its appearance in a way that changes its original meaning or purpose.
    appropriation
    This artist took a urinal, turned it on its side, made some other slight alterations, and presented it as
an art object titled Fountain.
    This artist took a urinal, turned it on its side, made some other slight alterations, and presented it as
    an art object titled Fountain.
    Marcel Duchamp
    This sculptural process is the act of creating an environment that a viewer will experience within a
space.
    This sculptural process is the act of creating an environment that a viewer will experience within a
    space.
    installation
    This kind of stress pushes on the structure of a building and must be countered by a pulling stress.
    compression
    This kind of stress pulls on the structure of a building and must be countered by a pushing
    stress.
    tension
    The Great Pyramid of Khufu is an example of sophisticated engineering and ________
construction.
    The Great Pyramid of Khufu is an example of sophisticated engineering and ________
    construction.
    load-bearing
    This architectural construction method consists of
two uprights and a crossbeam.
    This architectural construction method consists of
    two uprights and a crossbeam.
    post-and-lintel
    A room that uses numerous columns to support a flat ceiling is known as a ________ hall.
    A room that uses numerous columns to support a flat ceiling is known as a ________ hall.
    hypostyle
    The Greek architect Kallikrates designed the Temple of Athena Nike using this style of column, named after a region in coastal Greece.
    The Greek architect Kallikrates designed the Temple of Athena Nike using this style of column, named after a region in coastal Greece.
    Ionic
    This type of arched span was first used in ancient
Babylon and Mycenae.
    This type of arched span was first used in ancient
    Babylon and Mycenae.
    corbeled
    The ancient Romans perfected this type of arch and often used it in their architecture.
    The ancient Romans perfected this type of arch and often used it in their architecture.
    rounded
    This is a ceiling based on the structural principles of
the arch.
    This is a ceiling based on the structural principles of
    the arch.
    vault
    This is the large central space of a Romanesque or
Gothic cathedral.
    This is the large central space of a Romanesque or
    Gothic cathedral.
    nave
    The visionary church leader Abbot Suger sought to intensify the spiritual experience of worshipers by revolutionizing church architecture. He was instrumental in establishing the architectural style
known as ________.
    The visionary church leader Abbot Suger sought to intensify the spiritual experience of worshipers by revolutionizing church architecture. He was instrumental in establishing the architectural style
    known as ________.
    Gothic
    This feature of Gothic architecture allowed the weight of the ceiling to be transferred away from the walls so that larger windows could be built.
    This feature of Gothic architecture allowed the weight of the ceiling to be transferred away from the walls so that larger windows could be built.
    flying buttresses
    This nineteenth-century North American construction method uses lightweight wooden frames, instead of heavy timbers, to support the
building.
    This nineteenth-century North American construction method uses lightweight wooden frames, instead of heavy timbers, to support the
    building.
    balloon framing
    This cast-iron building was designed by Sir Joseph Paxton for the Great Exhibition of 1851, and was
more than a third of a mile long.
    This cast-iron building was designed by Sir Joseph Paxton for the Great Exhibition of 1851, and was
    more than a third of a mile long.
    Crystal Palace
    This architect, who pioneered the use of steel in
architecture, is sometimes called the
    This architect, who pioneered the use of steel in
    architecture, is sometimes called the “father of
    Modernism.”
    Louis Sullivan
    The architect Le Corbusier's International Style
favors a strongly ________ organization of forms.
    The architect Le Corbusier’s International Style
    favors a strongly ________ organization of forms.
    geometric
    Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater cultivates an
organic relationship between the building and its
location by:
    Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater cultivates an
    organic relationship between the building and its
    location by:
    using materials chiefly from the surrounding countryside, coloring the concrete to match the rocks, mimicking the layers of the rocks in his design, and letting the underlying rock jut into the living space
    This style of architecture, which began in the 1980s, combines the hard rectangles of Modernism with unusual materials and stylistic features from
the past.
    This style of architecture, which began in the 1980s, combines the hard rectangles of Modernism with unusual materials and stylistic features from
    the past.
    Postmodernism
    The earliest existing printed artworks on paper
were created in this culture.
    The earliest existing printed artworks on paper
    were created in this culture.
    China
    This type of printmaking is done by carving away part of a block in order to leave a raised surface
that can be inked and printed.
    This type of printmaking is done by carving away part of a block in order to leave a raised surface
    that can be inked and printed.
    relief
    This style of printmaking means
    This style of printmaking means “pictures of the floating world” and was practiced by the Japanese
    artist Kitagawa Utamaro.
    Ukiyo-e
    This twentieth-century German artist used the natural grain and splintering of the woodblock to make his work Prophet more expressive.
    This twentieth-century German artist used the natural grain and splintering of the woodblock to make his work Prophet more expressive.
    Emil Nolde
    This term for plate printmaking means
    This term for plate printmaking means “cut into” in
    Italian.
    intaglio
    This intaglio printing process involves carefully and
cleanly scoring a metal plate.
    This intaglio printing process involves carefully and
    cleanly scoring a metal plate.
    engraving
    This intaglio process is achieved by pulling a burin across the surface of a metal plate, leaving a burr
where the ink will collect.
    This intaglio process is achieved by pulling a burin across the surface of a metal plate, leaving a burr
    where the ink will collect.
    drypoint
    This intaglio process employs acid to mar the
surface of a metal plate.
    This intaglio process employs acid to mar the
    surface of a metal plate.
    etching
    This seventeenth-century Dutch artist was a master of etching and used it to depict Adam and Eve as
well as other religious subjects.
    This seventeenth-century Dutch artist was a master of etching and used it to depict Adam and Eve as
    well as other religious subjects.
    Rembrandt
    This intaglio process makes an image that resembles the effect created by water-based media, and uses melted rosin to create an acid-
resistant coating.
    This intaglio process makes an image that resembles the effect created by water-based media, and uses melted rosin to create an acid-
    resistant coating.
    aquatint
    This intaglio process is achieved by roughening the entire metal plate surface with a rocking tool, then smoothing the areas where the ink is to be wiped
away.
    This intaglio process is achieved by roughening the entire metal plate surface with a rocking tool, then smoothing the areas where the ink is to be wiped
    away.
    mezzotint
    This type of printmaking does not require the artist to cut into a surface; the ink is suspended by other
    means to complete the print.
    planographic
    In one of his lithographic images, this French artist depicted the aftermath of a violent incidence of police brutality where a family was killed in a case
of mistaken identity.
    In one of his lithographic images, this French artist depicted the aftermath of a violent incidence of police brutality where a family was killed in a case
    of mistaken identity.
    Honore Daumier
    This printmaking process is used for t-shirts, solar
panels, and circuit boards.
    This printmaking process is used for t-shirts, solar
    panels, and circuit boards.
    silkscreen
    A group of prints that are identical and produced in a limited number is called ________.
    an edition
    This process can be used to create a unique printed image, and involves a clean plate of metal or glass on which the artist carefully inks the image
then prints.
    This process can be used to create a unique printed image, and involves a clean plate of metal or glass on which the artist carefully inks the image
    then prints.
    monotype
    What does the word
    What does the word “photograph” mean?
    writing with light
    The first cameras were ________.
    The first cameras were ________.
    room-sized
    The name of the opening that lets light into any
camera is called ________.
    The name of the opening that lets light into any
    camera is called ________.
    the aperture
    When were the first successful photographs made
using a camera?
    When were the first successful photographs made
    using a camera?
    early 1800s
    Daguerreotypes are made on ________.
    Daguerreotypes are made on ________.
    polished metal plates
    A major benefit of the calotype process is that
________.
    A major benefit of the calotype process is that
    ________.
    calotypes are negatives that can be readily reproduced
    The American photographer Edward Weston
focused closely on the subject of his Pepper No. 30, making the viewer concentrate on the ________ and ________ of the vegetable.
    The American photographer Edward Weston
    focused closely on the subject of his Pepper No. 30, making the viewer concentrate on the ________ and ________ of the vegetable.
    form . . . texture
    Hannah Höch was part of a movement known as
________.
    Hannah Höch was part of a movement known as
    ________.
    Dada
    Sally Mann's 1989 photograph The New Mothers
was made ________.
    Sally Mann’s 1989 photograph The New Mothers
    was made ________.
    in black and white
    Shining a light through a film negative reverses the tones so that multiple positive prints can be made. True or false?
    True
    Artworks made using alternative media and
    processes ________.
    break down categories of traditional artworks, break down the traditional boundaries between art and life, and focus our attention on objects, actions, and events we might otherwise overlook
    Jackson Pollock is known for:
    Jackson Pollock is known for:
    splashing, pouring, and dripping paint onto a canvas as he walked around it on the floor
    Artworks made using alternative media are best accessed by ________ but often exist only in the
    form of ________.
    direct experience . . . visual documentation or personal accounts
    Composer John Cage's Theater Piece No. 1 is
influential because of:
    Composer John Cage’s Theater Piece No. 1 is
    influential because of:
    the performance itself and discussions of it
    In Joseph Beuys's Coyote, I Like America and
America Likes Me, the artist:
    In Joseph Beuys’s Coyote, I Like America and
    America Likes Me, the artist:
    wrapped himself in felt and lived for five days alone in an art gallery with a coyote
    Vito Acconci is the artist who created ________.
    Vito Acconci is the artist who created ________.
    Following Piece
    The work of ________ was directly influential on
the conceptual art movement.
    The work of ________ was directly influential on
    the conceptual art movement.
    Marcel Duchamp
    Barbara Kruger's Untitled (Your Gaze Hits the Side
of My Face):
    Barbara Kruger’s Untitled (Your Gaze Hits the Side
    of My Face):
    employs her background as a graphic designer in its use of text and image
    What unconventional material does Bruce Nauman use in The True Artist Helps the World by Revealing Mystic Truths (Window or Wall Sign)?
    What unconventional material does Bruce Nauman use in The True Artist Helps the World by Revealing Mystic Truths (Window or Wall Sign)?
    neon tubing
    Mel Chin's Fundred Dollar Bill Project is designed
to:
    Mel Chin’s Fundred Dollar Bill Project is designed
    to:
    raise awareness about and campaign for the treatment of lead-toxic soil
    Kara Walker's installation Insurrection! (Our Tools were Rudimentary, Yet We Pressed On) combines:
    Kara Walker’s installation Insurrection! (Our Tools were Rudimentary, Yet We Pressed On) combines:
    silhouette drawings and projections
    What is the alternative medium or process of this definition:

    artworks that track the movements and gestures the artist makes during their production

    action paintings
    What is the alternative medium or process of this definition: 
artworks that transform the surrounding space in order to become environmental artworks
    What is the alternative medium or process of this definition:

    artworks that transform the surrounding space in order to become environmental artworks

    installation
    What is the alternative medium or process of this definition:

    an art action or event that incorporates elements of music, dance, poetry, video, and multimedia technology

    performance art
    What is the alternative medium or process of this definition: 
a general tendency, as well as an art movement originating in the 1960s, that emphasizes the ideas behind an artwork over any material production to represent those ideas
    What is the alternative medium or process of this definition:

    a general tendency, as well as an art movement originating in the 1960s, that emphasizes the ideas behind an artwork over any material production to represent those ideas

    conceptual art
    What is the alternative medium or process of this definition:

    impromptu art actions, initiated and planned by an artist, the outcome of which is not known in advance

    happenings

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