Where have many of the best preserved ancient artworks been found?
The best answer here would be pencil.
Artists use pencil to make sketches and create studies. They then use these sketches and studies to create their final larger piece. They use pencil because it's quick, can be corrected, lightweight and easy to use. Before pencils artists would make charcoal drawings but once we had pencils it made sense to use them as they aren't messy like charcoal.
Please Help!!!! How did Egyptian artists and architects create works that reflect the beliefs of ancient Egyptian civilization? A. The featured many kinds of animals to show their importance in Egyptian civilization B. They commemorated military heroes, reflecting their high craftsmen played in Egyptian civilization. C. They focused on the important role that laborers and craftsmen played in Egyptian civilization D. They glorified Egyptian royalty and gods to reflect their importance in society
Which of the following best describes the Pont du Gard? A. Neo-Gothic bridge in the United States B. Shopping center built by Emperor Trajan in ancient Rome C. Pretty Village" in New Mexico D. Aqueduct carrying water to the city of Nimes
Answer: Aqueduct carrying water to the city of Nimes
Which statement about ancient Egyptian and Roman paintings depicting humans is true? A. They were made using the fresco technique, either dry fresco or true fresco. B. The figures in them look rigid because artists used formulas to draw them. C. They were made using an 18-cube grid system. D. The figures in them were posed in natural positions.
Both of you are wrong the answer is A
made it by pouring liquid clay into molds
What is Deconstruction in art? a. The method that interprets artworks in the light of their economic and social contexts. b. Interpretations should not focus on signs and symbols, but rather analyze the piece for what it is. c. The artwork is expressing something about the artist's life. d. A branch of analysis that questions traditional assumptions about what we see, think, or do.
1.How did music in the Renaissance differ from medieval music? 2.What were the effects of the printing press on music and composers? 3.If the Renaissance is thought to represent a rebirth or new birth, how is this reflected in the music of the Renaissance? 4.What was the role of music during the Renaissance? How was it used in society? 5.Many of the songs from ancient times through the Renaissance built on the melodies of previous songs. What were the advantages for composers of using a melody that had already been created?
2. The printing press made music and composers much easier to distribute the music recordings across the globe. And hence, the composers were able to sell their compositions more broadly and to a wider range of audience.
3. The music was reflecting in the music of renaissance because before the Renaissance, music was much simpler and it wasn’t as complex as that time. During the era of the fourteenth to sixteenth century, it was a beginning of music to be experimented on and many new things were tried to fit into the latest instruments.
4. The role of music during the Renaissance was much vital and people were giving it enough value and, as a result, it helped in reshaping the old culture. It was adherently played on operas, concerts, orchestras and much more.
5. The advantages for composers of using a melody that had already been created were that they do not need work as hard as the previous composers had to establish that melody. Moreover, they could choose a song that was previously much successful. Therefore the use that melody would fundamentally assure their success as well.
. what effect can color have in artworks? Choose all answers that are correct. A. Color can be used to neutralize the mood in artworks. B. Color can be used to create mood in artworks. C. Warm colors, such as reds, yellows, and oranges, can create an energetic mood in artworks. D. Cool colors, such as blues, greens, and violets, can create a relaxed mood in artworks.
The effects of color on artworks are:
Color can be used to create mood in artworks.
Warm colors, such as reds, yellows, and oranges, can create an energetic mood in artworks.
Cool colors, such as blues, greens, and violets, can create a relaxed mood in artworks.
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Which statement about sculptures depicting humans made in ancient Egypt, Greece, and the Roman Empire is true? A. They showed the common man. B. They had arms and legs that didn't protrude so the sculptures would last an eternity. C. They could be made using formulas, could show ideal beauty, or could be realistic. D. They were made using bronze.
The ancient Romans were most influenced by the art of which ancient society?
they were influenced by the Greeks
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1. Which of the following is not considered art or design? the graceful curves of a tree a place-setting of china a photograph showing graceful curves of a tree a church building 2. What are the 5 major reasons humans create art? for spiritual, historical, or economic reasons, or for beauty or propaganda purposes for spiritual, selfish, or moral reasons, or for beauty and propaganda purposes for spiritual, historical, or moral reasons, or for beauty and propaganda purposes for spiritual, historical, or selfish reasons, or for beauty and propaganda purposes 3. Why are prehistoric works of art designated as such? Because they cannot be dated. Because they cannot be attributed to a particular artist. Because they were painted in a cave. Because the society that created them did not yet possess written language. 4. As early humans sought explanations for the events of their daily lives, they began to focus on the power of _______________. divine beings positive thinking nature generosity 5. The early prehistoric sculptures discovered at Hohle Fels cave in Germany are considered______________________________. the oldest examples of human art ever found evidence of early shamanism so intricate they break the theory of the gradual evolution of art all of the above
(A) the graceful curves of a tree
Art is a distinct range of human activities in creating visual, auditory or performing artefacts (artworks), revealing the author's creative, conceptual idea, or technical skill, designed to be appreciated for their elegance or emotional power. The option A represents something produced by nature rather than humanly efforts.
2. (C) for spiritual, historical, or moral reasons, or for beauty or propaganda purposes
One area of the human activity that appears not to have similarities out in nature is the arts. It is hard to consider a pigeon Picasso or a baboon Botticelli. Indeed, just a few animal species have even the faintest hints of the beginning of culture. Without culture, there certainly can’t be art, as we know it, because art cannot survive separate from culture. Art reflects culture, spreads culture, forms culture, and remarks on culture. There is just no way that animals can possibly encounter art as we do.
3. (D) Because the society that created them did not yet possess written language.
Prehistoric characters often interpreted their world- and possibly their faiths through visual images. Art developed with the occurrence and dispersion of fully contemporary people through Africa, Europe, Asia, Australasia, and the Americas. Paintings, sculptures, engravings, and, later, pottery exhibit not only a search for beauty but also complex social systems and spiritual concepts.
4. (A) Divine Beings
In religion, divinity or Godhead is the nature of objects that are considered to originate from a supernatural influence or deity, such as a god, supreme being, creator deity, or spirits, and are consequently considered as pure and holy.
5. (B) evidence of early shamanism
Related carvings to those discovered in Hohle Fels cave were found in 1939 elsewhere in Germany. Ever after the discovery last century, researchers have considered the reason for their invention. Some believe the figures were simply made out of regard for the natural world. Others consider that these sculptures are proof of early Shamanism.
Please Help! How did Egyptian artists and architects create works that reflect the beliefs of ancient Egyptian civilization? A. They featured many kinds of animals to show their importance in Egyptain civilization. B. They commemorated military heroes, reflecting their high status in Egyptian society. C. They focused on the important role that laborers and craftsmen played in Egyptian civilization. D. They glorified Egyptian royalty and gods to reflect their importance in society.
i don't know what it is but its not from history did the test and D was incorrect but it doesn't show what the right answer is
the closest one would probably be from city life
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How are representational, abstract, and nonrepresentational artworks different? Choose all answers that are correct. A. Representational artworks look realistic; abstract and nonrepresentational artworks do not. B. Representational and abstract artworks display real objects; nonrepresentational artworks do not. C. Nonrepresentational and abstract artworks display real objects; representational artworks do not. D. Non Representational artworks look realistic; abstract and representational artworks do not.
Brian is a digital artist. Which option describes his job?He uses digital media to store physical artworks that he creates.He uses digital manipulation to create 3D artworks.He uses digital technology to communicate with other artists.He uses digital learning programs to keep in touch with the art world.
I need some help with my fine arts quiz 1. What is an aesthetic question a viewer might ask about a work of art? a)What principles of design were used to make this work? b)What qualifies a functional object like this as a work of art? c) What political events were taking place when this work was made? d)What civilization made this work? 2. Which of the following is a convention used by Yoruba artists in West Africa to create portrait sculpture? a)They carved lines into the surface of the face to represent war victories. b)They put holes around the neck to attach the portrait to a bronze god or goddess. c)They sculpted the form from a block of plaster and painted it to look like bronze. d)They idealized facial features to create their vision of perfect beauty. 3.How did Egyptian artists and architects create works that reflect the beliefs of ancient Egyptian civilization? a)They featured many kinds of animals to show their importance in Egyptian civilization. b)They glorified Egyptian royalty and gods to reflect their importance in society. c)They focused on the important role that laborers and craftsmen played in Egyptian civilization. d)They commemorated military heroes, reflecting their high status in Egyptian society.
the answer to this question is Macchu Picchu
Which statement about mummy portraits made in ancient Egypt is true? A. They were made in an Egyptian style but used in Greek burial practices. B. They could show people in Egyptian fashion surrounded by Roman gods. C. They were painted in an abstract style instead of a realistic style. D. They could be gold masks, encaustic painting on wooden panels, or paintings on shrouds.
The answer is D because the others aren't true, I guess... idk it's D ok?
Which of the following best characterizes the new kingdom? A. It was a time of renewed political strength and cultural change in Egypt B. It represents the period when Egyptian culture began to decline C. It was a period during which the arts thrived despite the political decline of the Egyptian nation D. It refers to present-day Egypt and the revival of Egyptology and spawned by the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen Why is the boy king Tutankhamen famous? A. He was one of the most accomplished pharaohs responsible for building two pyramids and many obelisks B. His tomb survived undistributed into the 20th century preserving an amazing array of ancient artifacts C. He destroyed the temples of the old Egyptian gods and instituted a monotheistic religion D. He had the longest reign of any pharaoh because he took the throne at such a young age What is significant about the contents of the tomb of king Tutankhamen? A. They included a detailed map of all other tombs in the valley of the kings B. The hieroglyphics on the walls provided a key that allowed scholars to decode other ancient Egyptian texts C. They were discovered intact undisturbed by grave robbers in the 20th century D. The king’s corpse was missing leading some to speculate that he is a god Which of the following pharaohs was responsible for a radical change in Egyptian religion? A. Akhenaton B. Hatshepsut C. Nefertiti D. Tutankhamen One of the most well-known pieces of Egyptian art is the famous bust of queen A. Nefertiti B. Hatshepsut C. Sobeknofru D. Cleopatra Which of the following pharaohs was responsible for building columns at karnak two magnificent tombs at abu simbel and various other large scale structures? A. Seti I B. Ramesses II C. Akhenaton D. tutankhamen
Which statements describe events in the life of Pablo Picasso? Choose all answers that are correct. A. He was born in Germany, and as a child he drew with great accuracy. B. As a young artist, he studied paintings by old masters and attended art academies in Spain. C. When he moved to Paris, at first he was very poor, but then his artworks began to sell. D. He was an innovator and developer of many styles of art. E. His artistic vision changed throughout his life. F. He was one of the most influential artists of the eighteenth century.
The answers are A, B, E, D, and C
So all but F
Is this statement true or false? Artists in ancient Mesopotamia, the Indus Valley, and Egypt made seals and cartouches by either carving designs into small pieces of stone or carving and painting them on building walls
Answer: The answer is True.
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