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1 Identify cultural influences and perspectives that shape particular aesthetic theory or practice. 1 Peasants singing, working, dancing, and feasting, are shown vividly in the paintings of: A. Velasquez B. Goya C. El Greco D. 1 Demonstrate knowledge of cultural perspective as it affects perception and artistic experience. 1 Early Christian sculpture is characterized by: A. large cult statues B. life size representations of human figures C. sculptural reliefs with special depth D. small-scale forms and surface decoration RATIONALE D VISUAL ART SAMPLE TEST 45 TEACHER CERTIFICATION STUDY GUIDE Competency 27 Knowledge of the theoretical bases of curriculum and instruction.
Chagall C. Cezanne D. 3 State the main ideas presented in selected works of art. 3 The main idea of Mayan art was A. the human form B. tigers C. death faces D. 4 Impressionistic color and that which was of value in the whole Renaissance tradition were combined in the paintings of A. Cezanne B. Henri Rousseau C. Toulouse Lautrec D. 5 Describe how visual qualities combine to give a work of art a particular expressive form. 5 Egyptian mural paintings show A. no feeling for nature B. true perspective in depicting garden scenes C.
Victorian C. Jacobean D. 3 The drabber aspects, the loneliness of unpretentious streets the rectangles and the long horizontals of plain facades characterize the paintings of A. Gyorgy Kepes B. Edward Hopper C. Morris Graves D. George Bellows RATIONALE B Competency 20 Analysis of themes, content, and subject matter. 1 Distinguish among the art terms theme, content, and subject matter. 1 Surrealism had as an aim to A. develop apart from the other arts B. express the writing of Freud C. figures caught in swirling movement D.