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  • Created by Educational Technology Network. www.edtechnetwork.com 2009
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    • 1. WHO ARTARTISTS WHERE TECHNIQUES PAINTED DEFINITIONS THIS 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50
    • 2. Question 1 - 10• Who was the only American Artist in Europe to become an “Impressionist” painter in Europe?
    • 3. Answer 1 – 10• WHO IS MARY CASSATT?
    • 4. Question 1 - 20• The American Artist who began his career working in the tight detailed style of the Hudson River School and then switched to the loose brush work of the Barbizon style after visiting Europe.
    • 5. Answer 1 – 20• WHO IS GEORGE INNESS?
    • 6. Question 1 - 30• The American Artist born in Florence Italy
    • 7. Answer 1 – 30• WHO IS JOHN SINGER SARGENT?
    • 8. Question 1 - 40• American Artist in the 1870s who’s favorite theme in painting was the life of boys at work or at play.
    • 9. Answer 1 – 40• WHO IS HOMER WINSLOW?
    • 10. Question 1 - 50• American artist who often painted outdoor themes of rowing and sailing.
    • 11. Answer 1 – 50• WHO IS THOMAS EAKINS?
    • 12. Question 2 - 10• Considered the most important art study center for both Europe and America in the 1870s.
    • 13. Answer 2 – 10• WHERE IS PARIS
    • 14. Question 2 - 20• Three museums or Art Schools that were formed in the 1870s that were the result of European arts’ influence.
    • 15. Answer 2 – 20• Where are The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC, the Massachusetts Museum of Fine Arts and the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence?
    • 16. Question 2 - 30• An inspirational source of bright and arbitrary colors with stylistic motifs shown by some of the painter’s in the 1870s.
    • 17. Answer 2 – 30• WHAT IS JAPANESE ART?
    • 18. Question 2 - 40• The country James Abbott McNeill Whistler’s family took him to at the age of nine so his father could work as a railroad engineer.
    • 19. Answer 2 – 40• WHERE IS RUSSIA?
    • 20. Question 2 - 50• Mary Cassatt had a collection of
    • 21. Answer 2 – 50• WHAT IS A COLLECTION OF PRINTS BY JAPANESE MAKERS (EXTRA POINTS FOR HOKUSAI, HIROSHIGE, AND UTAMARO)
    • 22. Question 3 - 10• A decorative mode rather than a technique to explor color relationships.
    • 23. Answer 3 – 10• WHAT IS IMPRESSIONISM?
    • 24. Question 3 - 20• A movement that emerged in the 1880s in America
    • 25. Answer 3 – 20• WHAT IS THE AMERICAN RENAISSANCE ART MOVEMENT?
    • 26. Question 3 - 30• The name of one American artist that used variations of the method of Japanese prints in their art.
    • 27. Answer 3 – 30• WHO IS MARY CASSATT, LA FARGE, WHISTLER, OR HOMER?
    • 28. Question 3 - 40• The largest contribution that landscape painting and photography gave to the American people.
    • 29. Answer 3 – 40• WHAT IS VITAL INFORMATION ON THE LANDSCAPE OF THE WEST
    • 30. Question 3 - 50• An ultra realistic style of painting that meant trick the eye.
    • 31. Answer 3 – 50• WHAT IS TROMP L’OEIL
    • 32. Question 4 - 10
    • 33. Answer 4 – 10• WHO IS MONET
    • 34. Question 4 - 20
    • 35. Answer 4 – 20• WHO IS MANET
    • 36. Question 4 - 30
    • 37. Answer 4 – 30• WHO IS DEGAS
    • 38. Question 4 - 40
    • 39. Answer 4 – 40• WHO IS RENIOR
    • 40. Question 4 - 50
    • 41. Answer 4 – 50• WHO IS MORISOT
    • 42. Question 5 - 10• A style or movement in painting originating in France in the 1860s, characterized by a concern with depicting the visual impression of a feeling or experience rather than to achieve accurate depictions.
    • 43. Answer 5 – 10• IMPRESSIONISM
    • 44. Question 5 - 20• A technique of neo-impressionist painting using tiny dots, which become blended in the viewer’s eye.
    • 45. Answer 5 – 20• POINTILLISM
    • 46. Question 5 - 30• A conversational gather of intellectuals, artists and politicians.
    • 47. Answer 5 – 30• SALON
    • 48. Question 5 - 40• Any creative group active in the innovation and application of new concepts and techniques in a given field.
    • 49. Answer 5 – 40• AVANT GARDE
    • 50. Question 5 - 50• A category of works of art that feature scenes of nature: mountains, lakes, gardens, rivers, etc that were predominant in Impressionist artwork.
    • 51. Answer 5 – 50• LANDSCAPE
    • 52. • Using one of the techniques we just learned (i.e. Impressionism, Post-impressionism, pointillism, or Trop L’oeil) create a self portrait.

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