艺术史 TPO35-L3 Frescos

TPO35-L3

Frescos

Listen to part of a lecture in an art history class. The professor has been discussing the Italian Renaissance.

 



  1. What does the professor mainly discuss?
  • A. What inspired the main themes of Renaissance frescoes.
  • B. Techniques used in the creation of Renaissance frescoes.
  • C. How Renaissance painters restored ancient frescoes that were deteriorating.
  • D. Different techniques for painting on indoor and outdoor surfaces.

 

  1. Why does the professor mention the ancient Romans?
  • A. To explain that they did not paint the walls and ceilings of buildings.
  • B. To point out that they first made the term “fresco” popular.
  • C. To make the point that frescoes were created before the Renaissance.
  • D. To introduce an important difference between ancient art and Renaissance art.

 

  1. According to the professor, what were two purposes of the reed mats?
    [CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
  • A. To provide a comfortable area for artists to stand on while painting.
  • B. To prevent moisture from damaging frescoes.
  • C. To cover and protect frescoes during the cold season.
  • D. To create a smooth surface for the application of plaster.

 

  1. What point does the professor emphasize about buildings from the Italian Renaissance?
  • A. They were large in order to indicate wealth.
  • B. They were designed by teams of engineers.
  • C. Most of them were built with very smooth walls.
  • D. Very few of them were decorated on the inside.

 

  1. What does the professor imply about the idea that artistic geniuses worked in solitude?
  • A. It has been gaining support among today’s scholars.
  • B. It is accurate for Michelangelo, but not for Raphael.
  • C. It is accurate for Renaissance artists, but not for today’s artists.
  • D. It does not apply to artists working on frescoes.

 

  1. What does the professor imply about the process of creating frescoes?
  • A. Some frescoes took hundreds of years to complete.
  • B. Many frescoes were created entirely by apprentices.
  • C. Apprentices worked independently of one another on different sections of a wall at the same time.
  • D. One section of a fresco was completed before the next section was begun.


答案:
B C BD A D D

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