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Vincent van Gogh attempted to communicate the/a ____ in his Starry Night.
Monet's Impression: Sunrise displays the Impressionist interest in ____.
Cassatt's approach to the composition owes much to ____.
How did the artist communicate charged energy and oppressive atmosphere in Night Cafe?
Extreme subjectivity and the need to see through appearances to a deeper reality were most typical of the ____.
What factor gave birth to the American skyscraper?
What did Whistler mean when he used the term "arrangement" or "nocturne" in reference to his art?
Explain the significance of Japanese prints to nineteenth-century European and American art.
How did industrialization and urbanization affect art in the late nineteenth century?
Why is Rousseau unlike the other artists discussed in this chapter?
How does this work reflect the principles of late-nineteenth-century architecture?
Who did this work and what would it come to influence?
How does this work reflect the influence of Japanese prints?
How is this painting both an example of Impressionism and a departure from Impressionist principles?
How does this painting participate in modernity's honesty?
How is this work reflective of the fin de siÃ¨cle?
Why is this structure significant for the history of architecture?
How does this work reveal an influence from the Symbolists?
In what way is this work typical of Impressionism?
Attribute the images on the screen to a culture and give an approximate date. Give the reasons for your attributions, using complete sentences and referring to specific works discussed in class.
The feature of Sullivan's Guaranty (Prudential) Building that distinguishes it from earlier structures was ____.
Cassatt's paintings of ____ reflected the limits French upper-class society placed on women.
The painter ____ explored the properties of light, plane, and color and their interrelationships?
Who said: "Instead of trying to reproduce exactly what I have before my eyes, I use color more arbitrarily so as to express myself forcibly."?
Georges Seurat differed from the Impressionist painters by his ____.
Klimt's The Kiss conveys the flamboyance and decadence of the period by its ____.
The theme of Rodin's The Gates of Hell was derived from:
Impressionism is named for a painting by ____.
Which of the following influenced Degas in his technique of using spatial projections and off-center empty space to create illusion and direct the viewer's attention into the picture?
Cassatt's style of work owes much to which of the following?
Which of the following artists is categorized as a Symbolist?
Who was the artist who associated with the night world of Paris, consorting with the tawdry population of entertainers, prostitutes, and other social outcasts?
Who said: "I want to make of Impressionism something solid and durable like the art of the museums"?
Which American artist went to Paris and joined the Impressionists?
Claude Monet enjoyed painting in the outdoors, a practice known as ____, which was popular amongst the Impressionists.
What aspect of modern life did Renoir examine?
CÃ©zanne's Basket of Apples departs from traditional painting techniques by exploring the still-life arrangement ____.
The goal of Munch's paintings was to describe the conditions of ____.