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Living With Art – STUDY GUIDE
Chapter 1 –

1. No society that we know of has lived without some form of art. The impulse to make and respond to art appears to be as deeply ingrained as the ability to:

2. The famous Neolithic structure in England, made of megaliths that once formed several concentric circles, is called:

3. Radiocarbon testing indicates that the earliest images made by humans date back to:

4. According to the author, the impulse to create art comes from basic human interests in:

5. “All art is basically Paleolithic or Neolithic: either the urge to smear soot and grease on cave walls or pile stone on stone” was said by whom?

6. The most famous of Maya Lin’s works is:

7. The 10th-century copper sculpture illustrated in this chapter is the work of an artist performing the role of “giving tangible form to the unknown.” The unknown, in this case, is the physical form of the deity called:

8. Artists tasks are:

9. Although Vincent van Gogh suffered emotionally throughout his life, he was able to give his emotions tangible form in works such as:

10. The list of traits that creative people seem to possess, given in this chapter, are:

11. The sculptor Constantin Brancusi spent his life searching for forms that were

12. The nature of perception suggests that the most important key to looking at art is

13. According to the author, the most important meaning of an artwork is

14. Vanitas paintings meditate on

15. Wheel of Fortune was created by

16. Name methods used by prehistoric painters:

17. Theo van Gogh was Vincent van Gogh’s

18. We owe our access to Vincent van Gogh’s thoughts and feelings about many of his paintings to:

19. The oldest drawings and paintings found the Chavet cave:

20. Theories regarding the purpose of Stonehenge include:

21. The function of artists to give tangible form to the unknown is evident in the...