Exam #2 Study Guide
Exam #2 will be given on Monday, April 18
and will cover Chadwick's chapters 5 - 10 and Slatkin's chapters 10 - 17

 

 

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Key Images
Be able to identify the title, artist and date of the following images.
Artist Title Date

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Rosalba Carriera
Portrait of Louis XV
1720
Elisabeth Louise Vigee-Lebrun
Marie Antoinette en Chemise
1783
Adelaide Labille-Guiard
Self-Portrait with Two Pupils
1785
Angelica Kauffmann
Cornelia Pointing to Her Children as Her Treasures
c. 1785
Elisabeth-Louise Vigee-Lebrun
Portrait of Marie Antoinette with Her Children
1787
Rosa Bonheur
The Horse Fair
1853
The Horse Fair
Harriet Hosmer
Zenobia in Chains
1859
Julia Margaret Cameron
Sappho
1865
Edmonia Lewis
The Death of Cleopatra
1876
Death of Cleopatra
Berthe Morisot
Summer's Day
1879
Mary Cassatt
Mother and Child
c. 1905
Paula Modersohn-Becker
Self-Portrait with Amber Necklace
1906
Sonia Delaunay
Electric Prisms
1914
Hannah Hoch
Cut with a Kitchen Knife
1919 - 1920
Claude Cahun
Self-Portrait
c. 1928

 

 

Key Terms
Know the definition of the following terms.
 
Academy
Great Depression
Realism
Avant-garde
The Great Social Evil
Rococo
Bluestocking
Hierarchy of Genres
Rosie the Riveter
The Cult of True Womanhood
History Painting
Salon
Cubism
Impressionism
Salon des Refuses
Dadaism
Industrial Revolution
Seneca Falls Convention
Declaration of the Sentiments
Modernism
Suffragette
Easel painting
Neoclassicism
The White Marmorean Flock
En Plein Air
The New Woman
Woman's Suffrage
Expressionism
Pastel
WWI
Farm Security Administration
Photography
WWII
French Revolution
Photomontage
Victorian Age
The Good Mother
Prix de Rome
 

 

 

People
Know the contributions, and the significance of those contributions, each of the following people made to art history.
 
Susan B. Anthony
Jacques Louis David
Edouard Manet
Marie Antoinette
Victorine Meurent
Sojourner Truth
Camille Claudel
Lucretia Coffin Mott
Queen Victoria
Cornelia
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Jean-Jacques Rousseau



Questions to Consider
What three revolutions greatly influenced the history and art fo the 18th century?
What influence did the French Academy have over the kind of art produced and the artists who made it?
How did Marie Antoinette use art to sway public opinion in her favor?  Was she successful?
What is the difference between a salon, the Salon and a salon style exhibition?
How was photography a somewhat "open door" for women interested in the arts?
What was so revolutionary about the Impressionist movement?  How did the Impressionists go against convention?  Why did they reject tradition?
What modern invention allowed the Impressionists to make their radical break with history painting and move out of the studio, into the landscape?
What characterizes the New Woman and how did she emerge as a popular icon of the modern age? What does she represent?  How did she reject convention?
What did the participants of the Seneca Falls Convention discuss and write?  When did they finall achieve their goals?
What major tendencies and currents can be seen in modern art?
What events did Dada artists respond to?  In other words, why were their works often absurd and irrational?
How did the Federal Art Project assist artists during the Depression? What percentage of women participated in the program?