part 1: definitions Supply the correct art term(s) for the following definitions. Captialization counts! Vocabulary words (32 words total) The Enlightenment, Classical (or Civic) virtues, decorum, naturalism (objective representation), idealized,

part 1: definitions Supply the correct art term(s) for the following definitions. Captialization counts! Vocabulary words (32 words total) The Enlightenment, Classical (or Civic) virtues, decorum, naturalism (objective representation), idealized, Art Academies, Salons; realism, chiaroscuro, history paintings; Positivism, genre paintings, iconography; tableau (pl. tableaux), collaging, multiple exposures; one-point linear perspective, impasto, en plein air, (chalk) pastels, Salon de Refusés, Japonisme, woodblock prints; Modernism, formalism, expressionism, pointillism; binocular vision, cloisonnism; expressionism, tempera, abstract art (non-objective art) part 2: Name that art movement or artist group Supply the correct art term(s) for the following definitions. Captialization counts! Art movements and artist groups (12 total) Neo-classicism, Romanticism, Realism, Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, Pictorialism, Naturalism, Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Expressionism, the Fauves, Der Blaue Reiter, Die Brücke part 3: long answer (5 or 6 paragraphs) from the options below, select 1 question to answer ESSAY OPTION 1 In this art history course, we have seen a shift away from representing subject matter as an exact copy or imitation of the real world (objective representation) to how it appears to the artist (subjective representation). These shifts have been influenced by social events, changes in thinking, science, and so forth. Research and craft and essay that examines this shift from Neo-Classicism to Impressionism to Post-Impressionism. When creating your answer, refer to changes in art making goals and practices, and indicate your proof by refering to a specific painting for each that we studied in class. ESSAY OPTION 2 Part of the definition of Modern art is the belief that art is progressing or evolving. We can look at one aspect of this evolution by examining how artists represent their subject matter and consider their rationale for doing so. Craft an essay that examines the following three things: • one point linear perspective and naturalism (Neo-Classicism) • painting light reflected from objects (Impressionism) • Cézanne and binocular vision (Post Impressionism) Describe, discuss, and analyze each of the above taking into consideration the artist’s art making goals and practices. Refer to a specific painting we saw in class that supports your ideas. part 4: bonus marks (2%) Do ahead of time & hand in with exam option (a) write a (tasteful) limerick, haiku, ballad, or other form of poetry about art work we’ve seen option (b) draw a (tasteful) cartoon with a funny art historical caption option (c) Ernest Hemmingway was challenged to write a six-word story; he wrote: “For sale: baby shoes, never used.” Create a 6 word story for a piece of art or architecture we have seen in class; make sure you provide the title for the art piece in addition to your story.

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