Which of the following art movements and styles did artist and teacher Josef Albers not inspire?
Color Field painting
The Bauhaus school was known chiefly as a place where artists could do what?
Learn in a majestic rural setting, away from the bustling urban center
Be instructed in craft based arts only
Receive practical instruction while being allowed to pursue multiple artistic disciplines
Master techniques in producing Cubist portraits, in the tradition of Picasso and Braque
Which of the following best describes Umberto Boccioni's approach to painting in the Futurist style?
He adored still-life as a medium and he strived to create a futurist approach for it
He loved technological advancements but generally hated war, and avoided depicting anything related to it in his work
He believed that the past had no bearing on how the present-day artist should view the world around him
His chief preoccupation was with color and color theory
Carolee Schneemann is most commonly associated with which of the following art movements?
All of the above
The signature abstract forms utilized in Kenneth Noland's paintings - targets, stripes and chevrons - could be said to presage which modern movement?
Which of the following statements best represents an artistic Happening?
They only occurred at Black Mountain College in North Carolina
It's a performance comprised entirely of improvised music
Performances rely on the use of fire, water and other natural elements
It usually requires audience participation and elements of chance
Who among the following artists is credited as the "father" of Constructivism?
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
Andy Warhol's iconic set of paintings Campbell's Soup Cans (1962) is a key example of the Pop artist's what?
His effort to increasingly erase the artist's hand from the production process
Commentary on art as a product, seemingly no different than his subjects
Effort to convince Campbell's Soups to pay him for marketing materials
Both A and B
Which is of the following is not true as it relates to Edvard Munch's painting The Scream (1893)?
The work incorporates visual and stylistic elements of Fauvism, Expressionism and even Surrealism
Munch was inspired to paint the scene after crossing a bridge in Oslo and, according to him, hearing "the enormous, infinite scream of nature"
This is not the only version of the painting; another was painted near the turn of the century
The painting's scene came to him in a vision following his admittance to a mental hospital
Thomas Hart Benton was a popular practitioner and proponent of which artistic style?
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