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Multiple Choice



This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
According to the text, __________ was the post-World War II style of American painting.


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Question 2.
The term "Action Painting" is most applicable to the work of:


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Question 3.
Which of the following is a Color Field Painter?


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Question 4.
________ took the formal ideas of the Cubists with the energy of the Abstract Expressionists in his sculpture.


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Question 5.
Robert Rauschenberg referred to his works using ordinary objects and collage materials as ____________.


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Question 6.
___________ works use common graphic forms such as targets, maps, flags, and numbers.


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Question 7.
Popular in the 1960s _________ is the art movement that uses commercial and popular images and themes as its subject matter.


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Question 8.
Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty is an example of a(n) ______________.


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Question 9.
Which artist has run a 24.5-mile fence across California and skirted islands in pink fabric?


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Question 10.
Who creates sculptures that are difficult to differentiate from their living models?


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