The term that most accurately describes Parimigianino’s Madonna of the Long Neck is Mannerist
The founding figure of the Society of Jesus was Layola
One of the most influential Baroque artists was_, the designer of the piazza in front of St. Peter’s Basilica Bernini
Italian baroque churches are characterized by all of the following except Minimal ornamentation
Which influential handbook reflected the mysticism and militancy of the Jesuit order Spiritual exercises
Of Bernini’s Ecstasy of Saint Teresa, it is correct to say that it was All these answer are correct
Whose “music of mystic serenity” captured the conservative quality of the Catholic Reformation Palestrina
The term, “baroque” in painting comprises all of the following except Strict compositional symmetry
Which of the genres in which Rembrandt worked was the most lucrative for the Dutch painter group portraiture
Both Donne and Wren were associated with the Jesuit order Church of Saint Paul’s in London
In the 17th century England, the influential Calvinists who called for churchly reform were known as Anabaptists
Academic art, as envisioned by Louis XIV and his followers, depended primarily on Neoclassical principles
A leading figure in the evolution of academic art was Poussin
The Dutch painter Maria van Oosterwyck and other female artists excelled in which genre still life painting
Milton’s Paradise Lost is a landmark epic that Describes the fall of Adam and Eve
The plays of Moliere All these answers are correct.
The first permanent orchestra in Europe was established by Monteverdi
The text of an opera is found in its Libretto
Both El Greco and Velazquez served in the courts of England
Bach’s cantatas were largely based on Lutheran chorales
In the 17th century, Cremona, Italy, was the world center for the manufacture of Violins
Giovanni Gabrieli came to be celebrated for his Clear and simple religious music
The Baroque era represents a turning point in music because it witnessed the All these answers are correct
Romanticism might be said to have rebelled against all of the following except Individualism
The landmark work that marked the birth of the Romantic movement in England was William Wordsworth’s Lyrical ballads
By “sublime”, romantics like Wordswoth were referring to Awe-inspiring nature
Whose “Ode on a Grecian Urn” concludes that “Beauty is truth, truth beauty” Keats
Goethe’s hero, Faust, is symbolic of the Western Urge to transcend limitations
Darwin contributed to Darwin contributed the study of biology chiefly by Developing the theory of natural selection.
J. M. W. Turner, John Constable, and Thomas Cole were all noted painters of natural landscapes.
The American writer Henry Thoreau valued nature as a source of instruction.
One of the main characteristics of Whitman’s landmark poetry is that it is written in free verse.
Which of the following people is considered to be one of the first Realists in the English novel-writing tradition? Jane Austen
Which of the following persons was a male counterpart to the abolitionist Sojourner Truth Douglass
Which of the following statements about George Catlin is FALSE? He used his paintings to garner support for the government’s policy of relocating Native Americans to reservations.
Goya immortalized the history of the French occupation of Spain in a landmark series of etchings and aquatints known as The Disasters of War.
Which of the following former slaves learned to write and personally authored a memoir with his or her own hand Frederick Douglass
A hallmark of Delacroix’s style is pictorial license
In Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People, the artist featured those whom he considered the heroes of revolutionary France, including members of the middle and working classes
London’s Houses of Parliament are a landmark example of Neomedievalism
In Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People, the artist featured those whom he considered the heroes of revolutionary France, including members of the middle and working classes
London’s Houses of Parliament are a landmark example of Neomedievalism.
In his landmark symphonies, Beethoven made use of All these answers are correct.
Of nineteenth-century music, it is correct to say that the orchestra grew to grand proportions.
The independent art song originated by Franz Schubert that united music and poetry was called the lied.
Romantic ballets such as La sylphide derived their plot lines from fairy tales and folk legends.
The most famous paintings of Géricault and Goya depicted current events.
Which of the following best describes the Romantic architecture at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton Eastern exotic
The nineteenth century was an important time in African history because All these answers are correct.
Which of the following was NOT a major factor in the onset of European expansion imitation of China’s maritime achievements
In African tradition, kinship extended to all of the following EXCEPT all African peoples.
The name “Sudan” means land of the blacks
The dominant element in African music is rhythm
The earliest West African kingdom was that of Ghana.
When the Europeans arrived in Africa, slaves were already being traded between African and Muslim dealers
In African cultural history, the griot was a poet-historian
The bronze head of the oba of Benin is a landmark that illustrates the African mastery of casting metal
Which of the following is NOT a distinctive feature of African music? melodic lyrics
The Spanish troops led by Cortés were most critical of Aztec kinship systems
The Spanish troops led by Cortés were most critical of Aztec kinship systems
Francis Bacon called the false dogmas or teachings that hindered clear thinking Idols
In his Novum Organum, Bacon objected to an overreliance on inductive reasoning.
Diderot’s Encyclopedia was the largest compendium of knowledge produced in the West
Which of the following men was NOT a significant figure in the movement known as the Scientific Revolution Hogarth
Descartes’ proposition, “I think, therefore I am,” demonstrated a premise he could not doubt
The French salon, center of intellectual debate, was often organized by noblewomen
“Whatever is, is right” reflects the philosophic optimism of Pope
The philosophic optimism of Enlightenment figures was satirized in Candide and other writings by Voltaire
Which of the following statements about the French Revolution is FALSE It served as a model for the American Revolution that shortly followed
All of the following figures are generally considered painters of the Rococo style EXCEPT Greuze
Which of the following is NOT one of the three parts of the traditional sonata composition
the predominant theme of Rococo paintings was the pursuit of pleasure
Genre painting depicts scenes of ordinary life
The fusion of art and politics that exalted the ideal of service and sacrifice to one’s country is exemplified by which landmark David’s The Oath of the Horatii
The works of Boucher and Watteau reflect a style known as Rococo
Which nineteenth-century composer, who wrote the piece nicknamed “The Surprise,” is often called the “father of the symphony” Franz Joseph Haydn