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DESCRIPTIONArt Appreciation. These cave images are: A painting made over 15,000 years ago graffiti made as a joke by some boys around 60 years ago. Cave painting Lascaux, c. 15,000 B.C. France. This picture is : An illustration for a children’s story an artwork. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
These cave images are:A painting made over 15,000 years ago graffiti made as a joke by some boys around 60 years ago.
Cave painting Lascaux, c. 15,000 B.C. France
This picture is :An illustration for a childrens story an artwork
Blue Hole, Flood Waters, Little Miami River 1851- Robert S Duncanson
This is:A briefcase An artwork
H.R.H Briefcase, 1985-Marilyn Levine
This is :Diagram of color/value relationships An artwork
Homage to the Square : Glow 1966, Josef Albers
This is:A panel from a comic strip An artwork
Whaam! 1963- Roy Lichtenstein
This is a photograph of:An oil spill cleanupAn environmental artwork
Wrapped Coast, One Million Square Feet , Little Bay, Sydney, Australia 1968-69-Christo and Jeanne-Claude
This is :An artworkA western movie costume
Shirt, Broule Sioux, early 19th century
This is: A protest by animal rights activists An artwork
Monogram 1959-Robert Rauschenberg
This is:A major piece of American architectureJust another old office building
Wainwright Building, St. Louis Missouri 1890-91- Louis Sullivan
This is :An artworkA suit of clothes
Felt Suit, 1970Joseph Beuys
Ch. 1 Review Questions What does art involve besides artworks?What were the three forms generally accepted as art prior to 1900?Define- archaeologist.Define the word medium as it is used in art.Explain why people today might think of a stuffed goat as an artwork.
Ch. 1 Review Questions6. Choose an object you like and use regularly (i.e pen, a mug, a key chain) write a short paragraph describing what the object tells about life in your culture today.7. Divide the works in this chapter into two groups: those made before 1940, and those made after 1940. Explain what the works in each group have in common.
Ch. 1 Review Questions8. Imagine you are an art buyer for a museum. Recommend three non-traditional works from this chapter for purchase by the museum. Justify your choices: What makes these works nontraditional?9. Define abstract art.10. Define relics.