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Test 1: True or False

_____ 1. There exists an art without background.


_____ 2. A work of art can exist only through a medium.
_____ 3. Subject is always essential to art.
_____ 4. All art is composed of raw materials or elements that are arranged according to some pattern.
_____ 5. All art has style.
_____ 6. It is style that makes the difference in artworks among artists of the same medium and subject.
_____ 7. Renaissance means rough pearl.
_____ 8. Baroque means rebirth.
_____ 9. Subject answers the question, What is the artwork all about?
_____ 10. Elements of Visual Art are the building blocks that are used in producing a work of art.
_____ 11. Value is the most appealing element of the arts.

Test 2: Matching Type. Fill in the blanks with MED for Medieval, REN for Renaissance, BAR for Baroque,
NEO for Neo-classic, ROM for Romantic, and MOD for Modern.
_____ 1. Abstraction _____ 7. Godliness _____ 13. Rebellion
_____ 2. Elegance _____ 8. Grandeur _____ 14. Sacredness
_____ 3. Exploration _____ 9. Holiness _____ 15. Scientism
_____ 4. Expressionism _____ 10. Individualism _____ 16. Secularism
_____ 5. Extravagance _____ 11. Orderliness _____ 17. Sentimentalism
_____ 6. Formality _____ 12. Ostentation _____ 18. Worldliness

Test 3: Identification. What medium is used in the following artworks?


_____ 1. Golden Buddha _____ 9. Noli Me Tangere of Rizal
_____ 2. Speech of President Rodrigo Duterte _____ 10. The Last Supper of Da Vinci
_____ 3. Tinikling _____ 11. Stained glass window
_____ 4. Piano Concert _____ 12. Waltz
_____ 5. Igloo of the Eskimos _____ 13. Psalm 23
_____ 6. Statue of Liberty in New York _____ 14. Boogier
_____ 7. Sphinx _____ 15. Superman, The Movie
_____ 8. David of Michelangelo

Test 4: Fill in the blanks.


1. _____________ are the beliefs on how to work with and arrange the different elements of the arts.
2. _____________ is a way of presenting a subject the way as seen by the naked eye.
3. _____________ is a way of moving away from reality or separating oneself from the objective truth.
4. _____________ is the artists way of presenting his idea or feeling using a representation or sign to
stand for something other than itself.
5. _____________ got its name from a French word meaning hobby horse. It has a nonsense basis.
6. _____________ rooted from the word that means wild beast.
7. _____________ is a belief the resulted in excessive rational and bourgeois thinking of World War I.
8. _____________ is a method in which the artist uses modern technology as the subject.
9. _____________ a spontaneous, color-sensitive style of painting
10. _____________ refers to art that expresses intense emotion.
11. _____________ is sometimes called the moving point.
12. _____________ the most powerful line in visual art.
13. _____________ refers to the brightness or darkness of a color.
14. Colors can either be ________ or _______.
15. _____________ is an element of art closely related to the sense of touch.
16. _____________ is the area occupied by the subject in an artwork.
17. _____________ is the contrast in illumination between dark and light areas.
18. _____________ refers to the visual weight of lines, form, textures, or colors.
19. _____________ is the relative size of an object in relation to other objects in the design.
20. ____________ is a beat, a repetitive or organized movement with the recurrence of an art element.

Abstraction Expressionism Principles of Design Symbolism


Balance Fauvism Proportion Texture
Chiaroscuro Futurism Realism Vertical Lines
Cool Impressionism Rhythm Warm
Dadaism Intensity Space
Dadaism Line Surrealism

Test 5: Enumeration.

12 Kinds or Sources of Subjects


1. _______________________ 7. _______________________
2. _______________________ 8. _______________________
3. _______________________ 9. _______________________
4. _______________________ 10. _______________________
5. _______________________ 11. _______________________
6. _______________________ 12. _______________________

9 Most common ways of presenting art subjects


1. _______________________ 6. _______________________
2. _______________________ 7. _______________________
3. _______________________ 8. _______________________
4. _______________________ 9. _______________________
5. _______________________

7 Elements of Visual Art

1. _______________________ 5. _______________________
2. _______________________ 6. _______________________
3. _______________________ 7. _______________________
4. _______________________

Principles of Design

1. _______________________ 4. _______________________
2. _______________________ 5. _______________________
3. _______________________
ANSWER KEY
Test 1
1. False 4. True 7. False, Baroque 9. True
2. True 5. True 8. False, 10. True
3. False 6. True Renaissance 11. False, color

Test 2
1. Modern 6. Neo-classic 11. Neo-classic 16. Renaissance
2. Neo-classic 7. Medieval 12. Baroque 17. Romanticism
3. Renaissance 8. Baroque 13. Romantic 18. Renaissance
4. Modern 9. Medieval 14. Medieval
5. Baroque 10. Romantic 15. Modern

Test 3
1. Gold 5. Ice 9. Words 12. Body Parts
2. Words 6. Bronze 10. Colored 13. Words
3. Body Parts 7. Stone Pigments 14. Body Parts
4. Sound 8. Stone 11. Glass 15. Mixed Mediums

Test 4
1. Principles of 6. Impressionism 12. Line 18. Texture
Design 7. Expressionism 13. Vertical Lines 19. Chiaroscuro
2. Realism 8. Fauvism 14. Warm 20. Balance
3. Surrealism 9. Abstraction 15. Cool 21. Proportion
4. Futurism 10. Dadaism 16. Intensity 22. Rhythm
5. Dadaism 11. Symbolism 17. Space

Test 5
12 Sources of Art Subjects
1. Portraits 4. Animals 7. History 10. Mythology
2. Everyday Life 5. Figures 8. Legend 11. Dreams
3. Still Life 6. Scapes 9. Religion 12. Fantasy

9 Most common ways of presenting art subjects


1. Realism 4. Dadaism 7. Futurism
2. Abstraction 5. Fauvism 8. Impressionism
3. Symbolism 6. Surrealism 9. Expressionism

7 Elements of Visual Art


1. Line 4. Shape 7. Value
2. Color 5. Space
3. Texture 6. Perspective

Principles of Design
1. Balance 3. Harmony 5. Emphasis
2. Proportion 4. Rhythm
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