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Practice Exam given at the Final LBST1B03 Study Group

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  • Practice Final Exam Jam
  • mudras
  • Seated Sukhotai Buddha, Thailand, 14th C. Gilded bronze
    • In 1-2 paragraphs compare and contrast Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism
    • Minimum of 5 points total incorporated into your answer
  • Image Comparison: Give an identification of both works (name of artist, title of work, date or style, and place – 0.5 points each, 4 points for both images) and, in a paragraph, discuss the main idea illustrated by the comparison – 6 points.
  • Hour of Cowdust, Punjab Hills, Mughal period, 1790, opaque watercolour on paper Krishna and the Gopis, from the Gita Govinda, Rajasthan, Mughal period, 1525-1550, Gouache on paper
    • 1-2 paragraph short answer:
    • Define and summarize the ideals of the literati painting movement. Compare it to Court Painting, mentioning an example of each style in your answer, and correctly identifying it.
  • Individualist painting
  • Shitao, Landscape. Qing Dynasty, 1700, ink and color on paper
  • Rinpa School
  • Ogata Korin, Lacquer Box for Writing Implements, Edo Period (late 17th/early 18th c.) Lacquer, lead, silver, mother-of-pearl
  • Compare and contrast Neoclassicism and Romanticism, explaining how they were able to co-exist. Include an artwork that exemplifies each style in your 1-2 paragraph response
  • Neo-palladianism
  • Richard Boyle’s Chiswick House, West London, England, 1724-1729, gardens by William Kent
  • Image Comparison
  • Francisco Goya, Third of May, 1808, painted 1814-1815, Jacques-Louis David, The Oath of the Horatii , 1784-5
  • Pre-Raphaelites
  • John Everett Millais, Ophelia, 1852
  • Steel-framed construction
  • Louis Sullivan, Wainwright building, St.Louis, MO, 1890-1891
    • Short Answer: 1-2 paragraphs
    • Explain some of the philosophical/political ideas that inspired William Morris’ Arts and Crafts movement, showing how it was a response to the specific point in history that it occurred in.
  • adobe
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  • initiation
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  • Image Comparison
  • El Anatsui, Flag for a new World order, 2004. Aluminum bottle tops, copper wire
        • Kente cloth, 20th century . Ashanti culture, Ghana. Silk
  • Short Answer: 1-2 paragraphs
    • Compare and contrast the ways 2 African leaders express their power and authority through the visual arts
  • Suprematism
  • Kazimir Malevich, Suprematist Composition: White On White, 1918
    • Explain how Marcel Duchamp’s “Fountain” changed the form, content and concept of art. Explain how it exemplifies the concepts of the Dada movement.
  • Compare these two works of architecture
        • Le Corbusier, Villa Savoye
        • (L e s Heures Claires),
        • Poissy, France, 1928-31
        • Taj Mahal , Agra, India,
        • Mughal, reign of Shah Jahan,
        • c. 1631-48
  • Short Answer: 1-2 paragraphs
    • Describe the difference between Analytic and Synthetic Cubism, mentioning one artwork with title, date, artist, and place of origin as an example of each
  • Happenings
  • Allan Kaprow, Yard environment, Pasadena, 1967
  • Short Answer: 1-2 paragraphs
    • Discuss the use of appropriation in Betye Saar’s The Liberation of Aunt Jemima and how the meaning of the images appropriated have changed.
  • Pop Art
  • Andy Warhol, Marilyn Diptych, 1962. Acrylic, silk-screen, and oil on canvas