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Multiple Choice

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Question 1.
Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper (fig. 136), is based on which specific type of perspective?

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Question 2.
Why does the "stereoscope" present an image that seems to mimic "real" space?

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Question 3.
How did Renaissance painters such as Andrea Mantegna overcome the visual distortion that was evidenced in photographs such as The Man with Big Shoes (fig. 151)?

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Question 4.
The surface of a painting, drawing or print is called:

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Question 5.
In order to create or imply three-dimensional space on the flat surface of a painting or a drawing, artists must rely upon:

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Question 6.
What type of axonometric projection requires that all of the dimensions of an object—height, width, and depth, are drawn in the same scale?

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Question 7.
In the late twentieth century, our perception of space has changed again through the development of:

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Question 8.
Tintoretto used light to draw our attention to Christ in The Last Supper. What did Leonardo da Vinci use in his version?

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