73. Which of these works might have been most influenced by Palladio’s book of classical designs, an important document in eighteenth-century

73. Which of these works might have been most influenced by Palladio’s book of classical designs, an important document in eighteenth-century neoclassicism? (chapter 11, learning objective 3)

a. Jefferson’s Monticello

b. Haydn’s London symphonies

c. Boffrand’s Høtel de Soubise

d. Noverre’s ballet d’action

76. In which of these works might one expect to read the impassioned letters of a virtuous servant? (chapter 11, learning objective 3)

a. Richardson’s Pamela

b. Goethe’s GÅtz von Berlichingen

c. Voltaire’s Candide

d. Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels

77. In his paintings, Jean-Baptiste-Simìon Chardin often depicted_______. (chapter 11, learning objective 2)

a. voluptuous nudes in rococo pinks and blues

b. heroes of ancient Roman history

c. the fashionably dressed nobility of Europe

d. ordinary people engaged in commonplace pastimes

78. Which of these figures created works that appealed to the fashionable country landowners of eighteenth-century England? (chapter 11, learning objective 2)

a. Thomas Gainsborough

b. Antoine Watteau

c. Balthasar Neumann

d. William Hogarth

79. Which movement or style aimed to compile all human knowledge as a practical guide to the improvement of the human condition? (chapter 11, learning objective 2)

a. Rococo

b. Storm and Stress

c. The Encyclopedists

d. Neoclassicism

80. Which of these works was most influenced by Lord Byron’svision of a rebellious and self-destructive hero? (chapter 12,learning objective 2)

a. Berlioz’ Symphonie fantastique

b. Delacroix’s The Death of Sardanapalus

c. Beethoven’s Symphony #5

d. Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

90. Which of these is closely associated with the Bauhausschool in Germany and was an important innovator in modern architecture? (chapter 14, learning objective 1)

a. Walter Gropius

b. Leni Riefenstahl

c. Charles Ives

d. Duke Ellington

91. Which statement best describes Picasso’s Guernica as a work of art? (chapter 14, learning objective 2)

a. Exalts the values of industrial civilization

b. Uses cubist abstraction to protest technological war

c. Celebrates the stylized symbols and rituals of Nazism

d. Eloquently defends film’s value as art

92. Which statement best describes the music of Alban Berg’sopera Wozzeck? (chapter 14, learning objective 4)

a. Based on traditional American folk songs

b. Employed improvisation and a swinging rhythm

c. Written after the composer left New Orleans for Chicago

d. Created a disturbing mood by atonal harmonies and dissonance

93. Artists of which “-ism” would have been most likely to represent a natural object as decomposed into geometricplanes and shapes, painted in neutral colors? (chapter 14, learning objective 5)

a. Expressionism

b. Cubism


d. Futurism

100. Which of these works can be termed “color-field,” onevariant of the New York school of painting? (chapter 15, learningobjective 3)

a. Mark Rothko, Rothko Chapel

b. Andy Warhol, Red Elvis

c. Robert Smithson, Spiral Jetty

d. John Cage, Imaginary Landscape