Analyzing The Ownership Of Works Of Art
- What does the professor mainly discuss?
- A. The process art historians use to determine who created Renaissance artworks
- B. Whether collaborative artworks are superior to those produced individually
- C. The way that art was created during the Renaissance
- D. The development of artistic individuality during the Renaissance
- According to the professor, what factors may have led to a Renaissance artist’s decision to hire assistants?
[CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
- A. The number of commissions an artist accepted
- B. The scale of the project to be completed
- C. The amount of money to be paid for the project
- D. The amount of advice needed from other artists
- Why does the professor mention someone who painted animals in Raphael’s workshop?
- A. As an example of how artists learned by painting real-life models
- B. As an example of paintings that were copied from sculptures
- C. As an example of how assistants specialized in different types of painting
- D. As an example of how an assistant introduced an artistic innovation
- According to the professor, how is a building project like a ballet?
- A. Strong leadership is necessary to coordinate the work.
- B. Everyone needs to be aware of what the others are doing.
- C. Everyone needs to be doing the same thing at the same time.
- D. The result depends on the level of skill of each person involved.
- Why does the professor mention that in architecture, instructions were usually given orally?
[CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
- A. To emphasize that architectural designs were constantly changing
- B. To demonstrate the extent of the collaboration between master architects and their assistants
- C. To explain why there is little documentation for many projects
- D. To stress the difficulty in determining any given artisan’s contributions to a project
- What does the professor imply about the process of producing architecture collaboratively?
- A. It was a result of patrons’ believing in an architect’s individual genius.
- B. It resulted in extra expense for the patrons.
- C. It was simpler than producing sculpture collaboratively.
- D. It often resulted in less innovation than the architect intended.
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