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Test Bank For Humanities Through The Arts 10Th Edition By Lee Jacobus

ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1259916871
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1259916878
Publisher ‏ : ‎ McGraw Hill; 10th edition
Author : Lee Jacobus, F. David Martin



Test Bank For Humanities Through The Arts 10Th Edition By Lee Jacobus

Humanities through the Arts, 10e (Jacobus)

Chapter 2 What is a Work of Art?

1) The term “work of art” implies the concept of

A) existence.

B) making.

C) naturalism.

D) neutrality.

Match each key term with its corresponding definition.

A) The value(s) expressed in a work of art.

B) Sustained attention and loss of self-awareness.

C) Pertains to the interpretation of subject matter.

D) What we think we know.

E) What we can observe.

2) Perception

3) Conception

4) Participation

5) Subject matter

6) Content

7) In order for something to be art, it must be

A) a painting.

B) a natural phenomenon.

C) beautiful.

D) human made.

8) Artistic form usually implies a strong degree of perceptible

A) unity.

B) angularity.

C) content.

D) disunity.

9) Which painting requires a greater degree of participation?

A) Goya, May 3, 1808

B) Adams, Execution in Saigon

C) Valadon, Reclining Nude

D) Arp, Growth

10) A participative experience involves

A) undivided and sustained attention.

B) weak artistic form.

C) limited or restricted background knowledge.

D) perception of narrative quality.


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