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Question 1.
What style of art and interior design was characterized by curvilinear forms and ornate plaster work, colors, and light?


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Question 2.
Théodore Géricault's famous painting Raft of the Medusa is an example of what style of art?


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Question 3.
Jacques Louis David's The Death of Marat and Thomas Jefferson's Monticello are examples of what period of art and architecture?


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Question 4.
Charles Lebrun was the head of the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture in Paris. Lebrun pushed a style of art that has been most associated with the painter


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Question 5.
In sculpture, the Rococo style has been characterized as


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Question 6.
When viewing Jean-Honoré Fragonard’s Bathers, one can see that the Rococo age was dominated by


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Question 7.
A revival in classical art caused many of the French to view Rococo as symptomatic of


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Question 8.
Neoclassic architecture was brought to this country by


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Question 9.
One of the primary subjects of Neoclassical art was


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Question 10.
The artist whose art revealed his exploration of the "forms of nature," and whose groundwork would become the basis of twentieth century art was


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