In a two-dimensional work with asymmetrical balance, the appearance of balance is achieved by:- None of these answers is correct. - the use of ideal proportions. - All of these: following a canon; the use of ideal proportions; and distributing visual weight accordingly.- distributing visual weight accordingly. - following a canon.

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Rather than depend solely upon visual unity, an artist will sometimes create ________ unity by unifying the ideas in a work of art.- ideological - invisible - conceptual - idealized - symmetrical
In a two-dimensional work of art that is balanced symmetrically, the implied center of gravity is:- at the focal point. - along the horizon line. - along the vertical axis down the center of the composition. - the midpoint of the golden rectangle. - eliminated altogether.
The Thirteen-Diety Jnanadakini Mandala uses ________ to suggest that there is a hidden order to the universe.- asymmetry - perspective - symmetry - the golden section - proportion
Annette Messager"s Mes Voeux and Joseph Cornell"s The Hotel Eden both demonstrate the use of:- All of these answers are correct. - the golden section. - conceptual unity. - grand scale. - radial balance.
The ancient Egyptians developed a standard set of proportions used to create images of the "correct" or "perfect" human, as have many cultures both ancient and modern. This set of proportions was created using:- the golden section. - the golden mean. - a squared grid. - form. - rhythm.
Georgia O"Keeffe"s painting Deer"s Skull with Pedernal is a prime example of:- linear perspective. - hierarchical scale. - symmetrical balance. - horizontal symmetry. - informal balance.
Pablo Picasso"s Girl Before a Mirror explores the traditional theme of:- vanitas.- the golden section. - portraiture. - hierarchical scale. - still life.
Symmetrical balance, as used by Georgia O"Keeffe, expresses:- calmness. - independence. - order and authority. - disarray. - rebellion.
Another term for asymmetrical balance is:- scale. - visual weight. - None of these answers is correct. - informal balance. - radial balance.
In art, the design principle of balance functions to:- help communicate a work"s meanings. - help communicate a work"s moods. - encourage our active participation in a work. - All of these answers are correct. - lead our eyes around a work.
Henry Ossawa Tanner"s The Banjo Lesson creates emphasis through:- All of these answers are correct. - size and placement of the figures. - elimination of detail and bright colors in the background. - directional lines of sight leading to a focal point. - contrasting values of dark skin against a pale background.
Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen created shock value through use of:- symmetry. - variety. - repetition. - abstraction. - scale.
Which work of art uses hierarchical scale?- Deer"s Skull with Pedernal- The Large Bathers- a royal altar to the hand - façade of Sant"Andrea, Mantua- Study of Human Proportions According to Vitruvius
The ancient Roman architect Vitruvius associated the perfected male form with the perfect geometry of:- the triangle and circle. - the rectangle and triangle. - the circle and square. - None of these answers is correct. - the square and rectangle.
The use of scale to indicate relative importance is known as ________ scale.- proportional - hierarchical - rhythmic - golden - symmetrical
The architect Le Corbusier designed the Modulor, a tool he used for calculating human proportions, based upon:- hierarchical scale. - visual weight. - pictorial space. - the golden section. - informal balance.
Paul Klee"s Landscape with Yellow Birds and Kaiho Yusho"s Fish Nets Drying in the Sun share a strong use of:- rhythm. - radial balance. - a directional line of sight. - a dominant focal point. - a canon.

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Artists will often add ________ to provide interest and enliven the unity of a work of art.- golden rectangles - primary colors - vanishing points - variety - vanitas
Edouard Manet"s A Bar at the Folies-Bergère invites us to consider points of view in its subject and composition. Interpretations of this painting include ________ approaches.- psychoanalytic - Marxist - feminist - formalist - All of these answers are correct.
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