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Who is considered the first modern art historian?
What is a grand tour?
Which artist made portraits in the grant manner?
Which artist is known for painting vedute?
What type of Rococo painting depicted the outdoor amusements and entertainments of the upper classes?
Why did Thomas Jefferson choose a Neoclassical style for Monticello and Washington, D.C.?
Who was Johann Winckelmann, and what was his significance to the history of art?
What type of subject matter did "veduta" painting portray?
How does this depict a successful "history" painting?
How does this work reflect the interest in "the natural"?
Why is this image called an altarpiece for the new civic religion?
What social and historical issues does this painting illustrate?
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.
Benjamin West's The Death of General Wolfe illustrates the death of a/an ____ soldier.
David's Death of Marat illustrates an episode from the ____.
The eighteenth-century philosopher who stressed the importance of the natural goodness of human beings was ____.
The Enlightenment idea of the "natural man" may be seen in paintings by ____.
At the turn of the century, the French Academy was divided between the ____.
Which artist brought scientific accuracy and dramatic presentation to his painting?
The artist whose work best spoke for the French Revolution was ____.
Jefferson based his design for Monticello on the work of ____.
Chardin's Saying Grace exemplifies the French ____.
Which answer best describes the paintings by John Singleton Copley?
Soufflot's Pantheon demonstrates the revival of ____ cultures.
Which American president was also an architect?
Clodion's Nymph and Satyr Carousing illustrates the Rococo taste for ____.
How does Ã‰lisabeth VigÃ©e-Lebrun represent 18th-century portraiture?
How did the work of Hogarth present a "moral tone"?