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The juxtaposition of strongly dissimilar elements is referred to as

contrast.
asymmetry.
emphasis.
subordination.

 

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When the two sides of a composition correspond to one another in size, shape, and placement of form, the work has

a focal point.
symmetrical balance.
asymmetrical balance.
directional forces.

 

The main way to create unity in a composition is by ________

a. Varying elements
b. Adding a focal point
c. Eliminating the ground
d. Varying scale
e. None of the above

 

 

The traditional art of Australian aboriginal culture uses which of the following principles of design almost exclusively?

a. Repetition and rhythm
b. Emphasis
c. Monochromatic color scheme
d. Asymmetrical balance

 

Impressionist artist Claude Monet strove to capture which of the following in his paintings?

a. What he saw in his mind
b. The minute details of a figural form
c. The way light looked at an exact moment in time
d. A true and accurate depiction of a natural setting

 

Michelangelo’s Pieta uses which of the following elements to intensify the emotional response on the viewer?

a. Linear perspective
b. Scale
c. Iconography
d. Color
e. Chiaroscuro

 

Emphasis in a work of art can be achieved by:

a. A difference in the scale of objects/forms
b. Using neutral areas
c. Varying color or texture
d. All of the above

 

The term __________ refers to all of the things about an artwork that might have influenced the work or the maker/artist but which are not actually part of the artwork.

 

a. Patronage
b. Inspiration
c. Context
d. Concept

 

Which of the following terms refers to size relationships between parts of a whole?

a. Scale
b. Proportion
c. Emphasis & subordination
d. None of the above

 

Visual experiments in movement, such as the work of Eadweard Muybridge, were introduced in what century?

a. 19th century
b. 18th century
c. 17th century
d. 20th century