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Fall Semester Test For Jhs Art 2019-20 - Quiz

. Survey of influential artists from the High Rennaissance to the Post-Modern Art Movements.
The Elements of Art
Survey of Art of the Ancient World


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which movement does this photomontage represent?

    • A.

      Art Nouveau

    • B.

      Dada

    • C.

      Bauhaus

    Correct Answer
    B. Dada
    Explanation
    This powerful image was created by John Heartfield. John Heartfield (19 June 1891, Berlin – 26 April 1968, East Berlin) is the anglicized name of the German photomontage artist Helmut Herzfeld. He chose to call himself Heartfield in 1916, to criticize the rabid nationalism and anti-British sentiment prevalent in Germany during World War I.

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  • 2. 

    Which art movement is represented in this picture?

    • A.

      Dada

    • B.

      Bauhaus

    • C.

      Art Nouveau

    Correct Answer
    A. Dada
    Explanation
    Dada encompassed performance and theatre. The Dadaists would costume themselves in geometric shapes of cardboard, looking like brightly coloured robots or harlequins.

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  • 3. 

    Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque led which art movement that focused on the shapes within objects?

    • A.

      Dada

    • B.

      Stone Age Art

    • C.

      Postmodernism

    • D.

      Cubism

    Correct Answer
    D. Cubism
    Explanation
    Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque were the leaders of the Cubism art movement. Cubism focused on depicting objects from multiple viewpoints, breaking them down into geometric shapes and reassembling them in an abstract manner. This style challenged traditional notions of perspective and representation, emphasizing the exploration of form and space within objects.

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  • 4. 

    When did Walt Disney create Mickey Mouse?

    • A.

      He created Mickey Mouse in 1928.

    • B.

      He created Mickey Mouse in 1982.

    • C.

      He created Mickey Mouse in 1958.

    Correct Answer
    A. He created Mickey Mouse in 1928.
    Explanation
    Walt Disney created Mickey Mouse in 1928. This is the correct answer because it is the only option that matches the widely known and documented historical fact that Mickey Mouse was created by Walt Disney in 1928.

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  • 5. 

    Andy Warhol made art using silk screening, the process now used to put pictures on what?

    • A.

      Skin

    • B.

      T-Shirts

    • C.

      Television

    • D.

      Wallpaper

    Correct Answer
    B. T-Shirts
    Explanation
    Andy Warhol used silk screening to create his iconic pop art, and this process is now commonly used to put pictures on T-Shirts. This technique allows for mass production of images onto fabric, making it an ideal method for creating wearable art. T-Shirts have become a popular canvas for artistic expression, allowing people to showcase their favorite designs or artists. Therefore, T-Shirts is the correct answer.

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  • 6. 

    Andy Warhol produced "Andy Warhol's Fifteen Minutes" for which music video network?

    • A.

      MTV

    • B.

      Comedy Central

    • C.

      VH1

    • D.

      CNN

    Correct Answer
    A. MTV
    Explanation
    Andy Warhol produced "Andy Warhol's Fifteen Minutes" for MTV. MTV, also known as Music Television, is a music video network that has been known for showcasing music videos and other music-related content. Andy Warhol, a renowned artist and filmmaker, collaborated with MTV to create this television show, which aired in the 1980s. The show featured interviews with celebrities and discussions about popular culture, aligning with Warhol's interest in celebrity and fame.

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  • 7. 

    In her later years, Georgia O'Keeffe loved painting the deserts and cliffs of what state?

    • A.

      California

    • B.

      Utah

    • C.

      New Mexico

    • D.

      Nevada

    Correct Answer
    C. New Mexico
    Explanation
    Georgia O'Keeffe loved painting the deserts and cliffs of New Mexico in her later years. New Mexico's unique landscapes and vibrant colors inspired her artistic vision. O'Keeffe was particularly drawn to the dramatic landscapes of the state, including the iconic red rock formations and expansive desert vistas. Her paintings of New Mexico captured the essence of the region's natural beauty and solidified her reputation as one of America's foremost artists.

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  • 8. 

    Georgia O' Keeffe felt that people in the city never had time to really look at what?

    • A.

      Themselves

    • B.

      Flowers

    • C.

      Paintings

    • D.

      Buildings

    Correct Answer
    B. Flowers
    Explanation
    Georgia O'Keeffe felt that people in the city never had time to really look at flowers.

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  • 9. 

    Why did Vincent van Gogh paint his first self-portrait?

    • A.

      No One Else Was Home

    • B.

      He Was Bored

    • C.

      He Liked His Face

    • D.

      He Couldn't Afford Models

    Correct Answer
    D. He Couldn't Afford Models
    Explanation
    Vincent van Gogh painted his first self-portrait because he couldn't afford models. As an artist, he needed subjects to paint, but he faced financial constraints that prevented him from hiring models. Therefore, he turned to himself as a readily available subject, allowing him to practice and explore his artistic skills without incurring additional expenses.

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  • 10. 

    In his later years, Vincent van Gogh created over 150 paintings from which location?

    • A.

      The Streets

    • B.

      His Classroom

    • C.

      His Kitchen

    • D.

      His Hospital Room

    Correct Answer
    D. His Hospital Room
    Explanation
    In his later years, Vincent van Gogh created over 150 paintings from his hospital room. Van Gogh suffered from mental illness and spent a significant amount of time in various hospitals, including the Saint-Paul-de-Mausole asylum in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France. During his stays in these hospitals, he continued to paint, finding solace and inspiration in his art. Despite his struggles, van Gogh's hospital room became a sanctuary where he could express his emotions and creativity through his vibrant and iconic paintings.

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  • 11. 

    To which group of artists did Vincent van Gogh belong?

    • A.

      Post-Impressionists

    • B.

      Pre-Raphaelites

    • C.

      Impressionists

    • D.

      None Of These

    Correct Answer
    A. Post-Impressionists
    Explanation
    Vincent van Gogh belonged to the group of Post-Impressionists. This group of artists emerged in the late 19th century and sought to break away from the limitations of Impressionism. Post-Impressionists, including van Gogh, focused on exploring the emotional and symbolic aspects of art, using bold colors, expressive brushstrokes, and unconventional techniques. Van Gogh's distinctive style and his use of vibrant colors and expressive brushwork exemplify the characteristics of Post-Impressionism.

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  • 12. 

    How many paintings did Van Gogh sell during his lifetime?

    • A.

      22

    • B.

      None

    • C.

      Seven

    • D.

      One

    Correct Answer
    D. One
    Explanation
    Van Gogh only sold one painting during his lifetime. Despite creating over 2,000 artworks, he struggled to find buyers and recognition for his work. His paintings gained popularity and value after his death, making him one of the most celebrated and influential artists in history.

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  • 13. 

    Which two colors mixed together make orange?

    • A.

      Red and Brown

    • B.

      Yellow and Red

    • C.

      Brown and Yellow

    Correct Answer
    B. Yellow and Red
    Explanation
    Yellow and red are the two colors that, when mixed together, create orange.

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  • 14. 

    The 3 Primary Colors on the color wheel for painting are:

    • A.

      Yellow, Red, Orange

    • B.

      Red, Yellow, Blue

    • C.

      Green, Yellow, Red

    • D.

      Orange, Green Violet

    Correct Answer
    B. Red, Yellow, Blue
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Red, Yellow, Blue. These three colors are considered the primary colors for painting because they cannot be created by mixing other colors together. Instead, they are used to create all other colors on the color wheel through a process called color mixing. When red and yellow are mixed, it creates orange. When yellow and blue are mixed, it creates green. When blue and red are mixed, it creates violet. These secondary colors can then be mixed with the primary colors to create a wide range of hues and shades.

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  • 15. 

    Cool colors remind us of cool things- water, ice, leaves on trees. The cool colors are:

    • A.

      Red, Blue and Yellow

    • B.

      Blue, Orange and Green

    • C.

      Blue, Violet and Green

    • D.

      Yellow, Orange, Red

    Correct Answer
    C. Blue, Violet and Green
    Explanation
    Cool colors are typically associated with calmness and tranquility. They are often found in nature, such as the blue of the sky or the green of leaves. Blue, violet, and green are all cool colors, making them the correct answer. Red, orange, and yellow are warm colors and do not fit the description of cool colors.

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  • 16. 

    What color do you make by mixing blue and yellow?

    Correct Answer
    Green
    Explanation
    Blue and yellow are primary colors in the subtractive color model. When blue and yellow are mixed together, they create the secondary color green. This is because blue and yellow pigments absorb certain wavelengths of light and reflect others, resulting in the perception of green.

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  • 17. 

    Connects 2 points, they vary

    • A.

      Line

    • B.

      Space

    • C.

      Value

    • D.

      Shape

    Correct Answer
    A. Line
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Line" because a line is the only element listed that can connect two points. The other options (space, value, and shape) do not have the inherent characteristic of connecting two distinct points.

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  • 18. 

    The illusion of depth

    • A.

      Hatching

    • B.

      Value

    • C.

      Space

    • D.

      Balance

    Correct Answer
    C. Space
    Explanation
    Space refers to the area or distance between objects or elements in a composition. In the context of the illusion of depth, space plays a crucial role in creating the perception of three-dimensionality. By strategically placing objects or elements at different distances from each other, artists can create a sense of depth and distance in a two-dimensional artwork. This can be achieved through the use of overlapping, size variation, atmospheric perspective, and linear perspective. Therefore, space is the most relevant term in relation to the illusion of depth.

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  • 19. 

    Place or angle from which a picture is viewed.

    • A.

      Symmetry

    • B.

      Directional Value

    • C.

      Proportion

    • D.

      Perspective

    Correct Answer
    D. Perspective
    Explanation
    Perspective refers to the place or angle from which a picture is viewed. It is the technique used to create the illusion of depth and three-dimensionality in a two-dimensional artwork. By using perspective, artists can accurately represent the way objects appear to recede into the distance, giving a sense of realism and depth to their work.

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  • 20. 

    Point of horizon where lines and object converge.

    • A.

      Line

    • B.

      Vanishing point

    • C.

      Implied line

    • D.

      Serif

    Correct Answer
    B. Vanishing point
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Vanishing point." A vanishing point is the point on the horizon where parallel lines appear to converge in a two-dimensional representation of a three-dimensional space. It is a key concept in perspective drawing and is used to create depth and realism in art. The vanishing point is where the viewer's line of sight meets the horizon, creating the illusion of distance and depth in the artwork.

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  • 21. 

    Lines converge to a single point to show distance to the eye.

    • A.

      Positive Space

    • B.

      Line

    • C.

      Linear Perspective

    • D.

      Stippling

    Correct Answer
    C. Linear Perspective
    Explanation
    Linear perspective is the correct answer because it is a technique used in art to create the illusion of depth and distance on a two-dimensional surface. By using converging lines that meet at a single point, artists can depict objects as they appear in reality, with objects that are farther away appearing smaller and closer together. This technique is used to show distance to the eye, as stated in the question.

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  • 22. 

    Indicates distance through blurred lines; decreasing with size and has less detail

    • A.

      Aerial Perspective

    • B.

      Hatching

    • C.

      Negative Space

    • D.

      Contrast

    Correct Answer
    A. Aerial Perspective
    Explanation
    Aerial perspective is the correct answer because it refers to the technique used in art to create the illusion of distance by depicting objects that are farther away with less detail and lighter, more blurred lines. This technique is often used to create depth and realism in landscape paintings, where objects in the distance appear less sharp and detailed compared to those in the foreground.

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  • 23. 

    Perspective gives a far away affect by means of pale or diffused colors

    • A.

      Directional Value

    • B.

      Happy Birthday

    • C.

      Atmospheric perspective

    • D.

      Shape

    Correct Answer
    C. Atmospheric perspective
    Explanation
    Atmospheric perspective refers to the technique used in art to create a sense of depth and distance. It involves using pale or diffused colors to create the illusion of objects appearing less distinct and lighter in color as they recede into the background. This technique is often used to create a sense of distance or to give a far away effect in a painting or drawing.

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  • 24. 

    Area inside the object. The part of design you see because something is actually there.

    • A.

      Contrast

    • B.

      Negative Space

    • C.

      Stippling

    • D.

      Positive Space

    Correct Answer
    D. Positive Space
    Explanation
    Positive space refers to the area inside an object or design that is occupied by elements or shapes. It is the part that is visually dominant and noticeable because it is filled with content or substance. In contrast, negative space refers to the empty or unoccupied areas surrounding the positive space. Positive space plays a crucial role in defining the shape, form, and composition of a design, while negative space provides balance and contrast. Stippling, on the other hand, is a technique of creating texture or shading using small dots or marks. Therefore, the given correct answer, positive space, accurately describes the area inside the object that is visually present.

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  • 25. 

    Area around the object; nothing in it.

    • A.

      Negative Space

    • B.

      Line

    • C.

      Aerial Perspective

    • D.

      Proportion

    Correct Answer
    A. Negative Space
    Explanation
    Negative space refers to the empty or unoccupied area surrounding an object or subject in an artwork. It is the space that exists between and around the main elements of a composition. In this context, the statement "Area around the object; nothing in it" accurately describes negative space. Negative space is an important aspect of composition as it helps to define and enhance the main subject, creates balance and visual interest, and can be used to convey emotions or messages.

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  • 26. 

    Opposing sides of a composition and creates emphasis

    • A.

      Line

    • B.

      Contrast

    • C.

      Shape

    • D.

      Implied line

    Correct Answer
    B. Contrast
    Explanation
    Contrast is the correct answer because it refers to the use of opposing elements in a composition to create emphasis. By placing contrasting elements side by side, such as light and dark, or thick and thin lines, the artist can draw attention to certain areas or objects in the composition. This technique helps to create visual interest and can make certain elements stand out more prominently.

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  • 27. 

    Lightness and darkness of an object suggests depth, volume, and mood

    • A.

      Line

    • B.

      Shape

    • C.

      Value

    • D.

      Space

    Correct Answer
    C. Value
    Explanation
    Value refers to the lightness or darkness of an object. It is an important element in art as it helps to create depth, volume, and mood. By using different values, artists can create the illusion of three-dimensional forms and convey a sense of space and atmosphere. The variation in value can also evoke different emotions or moods in a composition. Therefore, the correct answer is value.

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  • 28. 

    Parallel lines or lines in one direction to show value

    • A.

      Hatching

    • B.

      Crosshatching

    • C.

      Value

    • D.

      Vanishing point

    Correct Answer
    A. Hatching
    Explanation
    Hatching is a technique used in art to create value and texture by drawing parallel lines or lines in one direction. It is commonly used to depict shading and create the illusion of form and depth. By varying the spacing, thickness, and direction of the lines, artists can achieve different effects and create a sense of volume in their drawings. Hatching is a fundamental skill in drawing and is often combined with crosshatching, which involves layering lines in different directions, to further enhance the shading and tonal range.

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  • 29. 

    Serios of intersecting lines to show value

    • A.

      Stippling

    • B.

      Typography

    • C.

      Directional value

    • D.

      Crosshatching

    Correct Answer
    D. Crosshatching
    Explanation
    Crosshatching is a technique used in drawing and shading to create value and texture. It involves the use of intersecting lines that are closely spaced to create areas of varying darkness or lightness. By layering these lines at different angles and densities, crosshatching can effectively depict shadows, highlights, and gradients. This technique is commonly used in various art forms, such as pen and ink drawings, etchings, and engravings, to add depth and dimension to the artwork.

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  • 30. 

    Using a series of dots to show value

    • A.

      Stippling

    • B.

      Crosshatching

    • C.

      Line

    • D.

      Radial symmetry

    Correct Answer
    A. Stippling
    Explanation
    Stippling is a technique that involves creating value or shading by using a series of dots. It is a method commonly used in drawing and illustration to add texture and depth to an image. By varying the density and size of the dots, different levels of darkness or lightness can be achieved. Stippling allows for precise control over the placement and intensity of shading, making it a popular choice for artists who want to create intricate and detailed artwork.

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  • 31. 

    2 different values that create a line

    • A.

      Linear perspective

    • B.

      Line

    • C.

      Implied line

    • D.

      Shape

    Correct Answer
    C. Implied line
    Explanation
    Implied line refers to a line that is suggested or hinted at rather than explicitly drawn. It is created by the arrangement of other elements such as shapes, objects, or even the direction of a person's gaze. Unlike a visible line, an implied line is not physically present but can be perceived by the viewer. In the given context, the mention of "2 different values that create a line" suggests that the line is not directly drawn but rather implied through the contrast or difference between these values.

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  • 32. 

    An enclosed space defined by other elements of art (2-D)

    • A.

      Balance

    • B.

      Line

    • C.

      Vanishing point

    • D.

      Shape

    Correct Answer
    D. Shape
    Explanation
    Shape refers to the enclosed space defined by other elements of art in a two-dimensional artwork. It is the outline or silhouette of an object or form. Shapes can be geometric or organic, and they can be created through the use of lines, colors, or values. In art, shapes help to create a sense of balance and harmony within a composition. They can also convey meaning or evoke certain emotions. Overall, shape plays a crucial role in the visual language of art and is an essential element in creating a successful and visually appealing artwork.

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  • 33. 

    The symmetry of a work of art (affected by size and placement of objects, value, color, etc)

    • A.

      Stippling

    • B.

      Directional Value

    • C.

      Balance

    • D.

      Shape

    Correct Answer
    C. Balance
    Explanation
    Balance refers to the distribution of visual weight in a composition. It is achieved by arranging elements in a way that creates a sense of equilibrium and harmony. In the context of the given question, balance is related to the symmetry of a work of art. Symmetry can be achieved through the careful placement of objects, use of color and value, and consideration of shape and size. By achieving balance, the artist ensures that no single element overpowers the composition and that there is a sense of stability and unity in the artwork.

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  • 34. 

    Appears or is equal on both sides

    • A.

      Proportion

    • B.

      Symmetrical

    • C.

      Line

    • D.

      Space

    Correct Answer
    B. Symmetrical
    Explanation
    Symmetrical means that something is balanced or identical on both sides. In the context of the given options, "symmetrical" is the only term that accurately describes something that appears or is equal on both sides. "Proportion" refers to the relationship between different parts of a whole, "line" refers to a straight mark or path, and "space" refers to an area or gap. Therefore, "symmetrical" is the correct answer as it best fits the given description.

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  • 35. 

    Not equal on both sides; usually very obvious creates emphasis and tension (center of intrest/mental strain

    • A.

      Asymmetrical

    • B.

      Symmetrical

    • C.

      Line

    • D.

      Positive Space

    Correct Answer
    A. Asymmetrical
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Asymmetrical" because it refers to a design or composition that is not equal on both sides. This creates emphasis and tension, making it visually interesting. In contrast, symmetrical designs have a balanced and mirrored arrangement on both sides. The term "asymmetrical" is often used in art and design to describe a composition that is intentionally unbalanced or uneven, which can evoke a sense of movement and dynamism.

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  • 36. 

    Balance Radiating out from the center creates a focal point and draws eyes to center

    • A.

      Hatching

    • B.

      Positive space

    • C.

      Crosshatching

    • D.

      Radial Symmetry

    Correct Answer
    D. Radial Symmetry
    Explanation
    Radial symmetry refers to a design or pattern that radiates outward from a central point, creating a balanced and harmonious composition. In this context, the balance radiating out from the center creates a focal point and draws the viewer's attention towards the center of the artwork. This technique is often used to create visual interest and guide the viewer's eye towards the main subject or focal point of the composition.

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  • 37. 

    Relationship from one part to its whole

    • A.

      Balance

    • B.

      Proportion

    • C.

      Symmetry

    • D.

      Serif

    Correct Answer
    B. Proportion
    Explanation
    Proportion refers to the relative size or scale of different parts in relation to the whole. It is the relationship between one part and the entire entity. In this context, balance and symmetry may also be related to the concept of proportion, but they specifically refer to the arrangement or distribution of elements within a composition. Serif, on the other hand, is a term used in typography to describe the small decorative lines or strokes at the ends of characters. Therefore, proportion is the most fitting term to describe the relationship between one part and its whole.

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  • 38. 

    Size of an object compared to its original size

    • A.

      Scale

    • B.

      Balance

    • C.

      Sans serif

    • D.

      Proportion

    Correct Answer
    A. Scale
    Explanation
    Scale refers to the size of an object in relation to its original size. It is a measure of how much an object has been magnified or reduced. In this context, scale is the most appropriate term as it directly relates to the size comparison of an object. The other options, balance, sans serif, and proportion, do not specifically pertain to the size of an object compared to its original size.

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  • 39. 

    The degree of lightness or darkness in a work of art is _____________________.

    • A.

      Color

    • B.

      Shape

    • C.

      Value

    • D.

      Form

    Correct Answer
    C. Value
    Explanation
    Value refers to the degree of lightness or darkness in a work of art. It is the range of tones from white to black that creates contrast and depth in an artwork. Value is an essential element in creating visual interest and can be used to evoke different moods and emotions. By manipulating the value, artists can create highlights, shadows, and gradients, which add dimension and realism to their work.

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  • 40. 

    The response of vision to wavelengths of light is _______________________.

    • A.

      Color

    • B.

      Line

    • C.

      Shape

    • D.

      Space

    Correct Answer
    A. Color
    Explanation
    The response of vision to wavelengths of light is color.

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  • 41. 

    A symbol of direction: the boundaries of shape is ______________________.

    • A.

      Form

    • B.

      Line

    • C.

      Texture

    • D.

      Value

    Correct Answer
    B. Line
    Explanation
    A line is a symbol of direction as it has length and can be straight, curved, or diagonal. It can guide the viewer's eye and create a sense of movement or flow within a composition. In terms of boundaries of shape, lines can define the edges and contours of objects, separating one shape from another. Therefore, the correct answer is Line.

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  • 42. 

    A 2-D area enclosed by a line that establishes contour is __________________.

    • A.

      Space

    • B.

      Form

    • C.

      Color

    • D.

      Shape

    Correct Answer
    D. Shape
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Shape" because a 2-D area enclosed by a line that establishes contour refers to the outline or form of an object. Shape is the characteristic that defines the external appearance or configuration of an object, and it is what distinguishes one object from another. In this context, space, form, and color are not directly related to the concept of contour or the enclosed area, making them incorrect options.

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  • 43. 

    A shape that has or appears to have volume or looks 3-D is ___________________.

    • A.

      Line

    • B.

      Form

    • C.

      Shape

    • D.

      Space

    Correct Answer
    B. Form
    Explanation
    Form refers to the three-dimensional quality of an object. It is the perception of depth, volume, and solidity in a shape. Unlike a flat shape, which is two-dimensional, form has a sense of physical presence and occupies space. It can be seen from different angles and has a three-dimensional structure. Therefore, form is the correct answer for a shape that has or appears to have volume or looks 3-D.

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  • 44. 

    The way an artwork feels or appears to the touch is _______________________.

    • A.

      Texture

    • B.

      Space

    • C.

      Value

    • D.

      Color

    Correct Answer
    A. Texture
    Explanation
    Texture refers to the way an artwork feels or appears to the touch. It adds depth and dimension to a piece, allowing viewers to experience it not only visually but also through touch. Texture can be created through various techniques such as brushstrokes, layering, or the use of different materials. It adds tactile interest and can evoke different emotions or sensations in the viewer.

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  • 45. 

    Anything that is around and between forms, shapes and lines is ________________.

    • A.

      Texture

    • B.

      Space

    • C.

      Shape

    • D.

      Color

    Correct Answer
    B. Space
    Explanation
    Space refers to the area or distance between forms, shapes, and lines. It is the empty or negative space that surrounds and separates different elements in a composition. In art and design, space plays a crucial role in creating balance, harmony, and depth. It can also influence the overall mood and visual impact of an artwork. Therefore, the correct answer is space.

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  • 46. 

    The primary colors are __________________.

    • A.

      Red, Yellow and Orange

    • B.

      Green, Orange and Violet

    • C.

      Red, Yellow and Blue

    • D.

      Green, Orange and Blue

    Correct Answer
    C. Red, Yellow and Blue
    Explanation
    The primary colors are red, yellow, and blue. These colors are considered primary because they cannot be created by mixing other colors together. Instead, they are used to create all other colors on the color wheel. By combining different amounts of red, yellow, and blue, it is possible to produce a wide range of secondary and tertiary colors.

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  • 47. 

    Colors on the color wheel that are opposite each other are called _________________.

    • A.

      Primary

    • B.

      Secondary

    • C.

      Intermediate

    • D.

      Complimentary

    Correct Answer
    D. Complimentary
    Explanation
    Colors on the color wheel that are opposite each other are called complementary colors. Complementary colors are pairs of colors that, when combined, create a high contrast and enhance each other's intensity. For example, red and green are complementary colors. When placed side by side, they create a vibrant and visually striking effect. Complementary colors are commonly used in design and art to create balance and harmony in compositions.

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  • 48. 

    Which of the following is NOT an example of texture ___________________.

    • A.

      Rough

    • B.

      Smooth

    • C.

      Running

    • D.

      Bumpy

    Correct Answer
    C. Running
  • 49. 

    Colors that are made by mixing primary and secondary colors together are called ____________.

    • A.

      Primary

    • B.

      Secondary

    • C.

      Intermediate

    • D.

      Complimentary

    Correct Answer
    C. Intermediate
    Explanation
    Colors that are made by mixing primary and secondary colors together are called intermediate colors. Intermediate colors are also known as tertiary colors. These colors are created by combining equal parts of a primary color with an adjacent secondary color on the color wheel. For example, mixing equal parts of red (primary) and orange (secondary) creates the intermediate color called red-orange. Similarly, mixing equal parts of blue (primary) and green (secondary) creates the intermediate color called blue-green. Intermediate colors are important in art and design as they provide a wide range of hues and can be used to create depth and variety in compositions.

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  • 50. 

    What is it called when you mix white with a color?

    • A.

      A tan

    • B.

      A tint

    • C.

      A tent

    • D.

      A shade

    Correct Answer
    B. A tint
    Explanation
    When you mix white with a color, it is called a tint. Tinting involves adding white to a color, which lightens its intensity and creates a lighter version of the original color. This process is commonly used in painting and design to create pastel shades or to adjust the brightness of a color.

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