Sample Test 1
For each of the following 10 questions select
one answer. To see your grade, choose the "Grade it!"
button at the bottom of the test.
For Question 1
1. Select which of the following best describe
a. Rococo - Fragonard
b. Rococo - Boucher
c. Aristocratic Baroque - Rubens
d. Aristocratic Baroque - Poussin
e. Sensibility - Chardin
For Questions 2 and 3
In which of the following artistic periods
would you place this painting?
a. Storm and Stress
c. Bourgeois Baroque
e. Aristocratic Baroque
Which of the following artists painted
For questions 4 and 5
4. In which of the following
artistic periods would you place this painting?
a. Aristocratic Baroque
c. Storm and Stress
d. Bourgeois Baroque
5. Which of the following
artists painted this work?
6. Which of the following
is an inconsistent string?
a. J.S. Bach - Fugue - Well Tempered Clavier
b. Rubens - Movement - Rape of the Daughters of Leucippus
c. Boucher - Rococo - Venus
d. Chardin - Aristocratic - Sensibility
e. Vermeer - Baroque - Genre
7. Which of the following
is NOT associated with the painting style of Claude Lorrain?
b. Vertical perspective
c. Size perspective
8. Which of the following
people had the greatest hatred and dislike for the Old Regime?
9. It is the flowering
of the Baroque era, and while in England on business you have been invited
over to a friend's house for an evening of tobacco and ale. After several
mugs your host hands you a flute encouraging you to play while himself turning
to accompany you on the harpsichord. What will the two of you play?
a. A Vivaldi Concerto
b. A Monteverdi Opera
c. A J.S. Bach Concerto
d. A Mozart Sonata
e. A Handel Sonata
10. Which of the following
is NOT associated with Cartesian thought?
a. Discover perfection by synthesizing the ideas of several people
until you distill the common assumptions found in all.
b. Accept nothing as true unless it is clearly true.
c. Mind-Body Dualism
d. Subdivide the issue into as many parts as possible.
e. Accept the laws of the region in which you currently reside.
Resource of Mark Hunter