Who created Unique Forms of Continuity in Space, considered one of the great masterpieces of Futurist art?
Why did viewers find Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon disturbing
The subjects are prostitutes
Among the following artists, who “preferred to paint the crowd” and created Luncheon of the Boating Party?
Who sculpted The Kiss and a monumental homage to Honoré de Balzac?
Which of the following painters spent several years in Tahiti?
Among the following, who avoided a death sentence, served four years in a Siberian labor camp, and later wrote Crime and Punishment?
Among the following, who is considered the author of The Subjection of Women?
John Stuart Mill
Which Impressionist painter often painted series of the same subject in differing conditions?
Which was a factor in the development of the Chicago School of Architecture?
All of the above
What marked the end of the Plains Indians as a cultural force?
the near-extinction of the plains buffalo
Who wrote a collection of poems known as Leaves of Grass?
Why did The Birth of a Nation establish director D. W. Griffith as a film master?
His use of cinematic space
Which of the following authors wrote The Awakening, which was “harshly criticized for its frank treatment of female marital infidelity”?
Who was the Russian composer who wrote 1812 Overture, Swan Lake, and The Nutcracker?
Who excelled in decorative stained glass?
Louis Comfort Tiffany
According to the Futurists, what was the defining characteristic of modern life?
Which Post-Impressionist artist used pointillism in his paintings?
Who is the author of The Interpretation of Dreams?
Who was the founder of the group known as Der Blau Reiter?
Who is credited with having first said, “You are all a lost generation”?
Who wrote All Quiet on the Western Front and had witnessed combat firsthand from the German perspective?
Erich Maria Remarque
According to its founders, what did Dada mean?
What did the Surrealists attempt to capture in literature and art?
Thought not controlled by reason
Which of the following is most closely associated with The Battleship Potemkin, a film about a 1905 mutiny aboard a Russian naval vessel?
Whose utopian views influenced Vladimir Lenin?
What typically are the subjects of blues songs?
Loss and injustice
Who coined the phrase “Jazz Age” to describe 1920s America?
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Why did early silent films appeal especially to the working-class, immigrant audiences?
They didn’t have to understand English
Why did Hollywood, CA, become the center of the movie industry?
Abundant inexpensive land
What characterized the new architecture known as the International Style?
Plain geometries and austere design
Among the following, who is most closely associated with Joseph K., Gregor Samsa, The Trial, and The Metamorphosis?
Which of the following films was the first feature-length Technicolor animation?
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Which of the following nations was NOT a member of the Axis Powers during World War II?
Who captured the portrait of Florence Owens Thompson and three of her children in a photograph entitled Migrant Mother?
Who wrote more than 30 works (including Night) dealing with “Judaism, the Holocaust, and the moral responsibility of all people to fight hatred, racism, and genocide,” and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986?
Which of the following artists is most closely associated with a series of paintings of Campbell’s Soup cans?
Who is the author of Waiting for Godot, which features Vladimir and Estragon waiting and doing nothing?
What is Jean-Paul Sartre’s first principle of his atheistic existentialism?
“Man is nothing else but what he makes of himself”
What is the central theme of the Theater of the Absurd?
Meaninglessness of existence
What question about art did the Minimalists seem to be asking with their works?
What makes a work of art?