艺术史 TPO45-L1 Techniques used during the Renaissance

TPO45-L1

Techniques used during the Renaissance

Listen to part of a lecture in an Art History class.

 



  1. What is the lecture mainly about?
  • A. Reasons for the transition from religious to secular themes in Renaissance art
  • B. The disproportionate influence of Italian artists during the Renaissance period
  • C. Techniques used during the Renaissance to produce realistic works of art
  • D. A comparison of themes in paintings and sculptures during the Renaissance

 

  1. What is the professor’s opinion of Leon Battista Alberti as an artist?
  • A. Alberti’s interests were too diverse for him to succeed in any one field.
  • B. Alberti was ineffective in imposing his own theories on other artists.
  • C. Alberti was a much more skilled artist than da Vinci or Michelangelo.
  • D. Alberti represents the Renaissance ideal of wide-ranging achievement.

 

  1. According to the professor, what did Alberti consider to be the most important aspect of a Renaissance painting?
  • A. That it convey an appealing narrative
  • B. That its figures be posed symmetrically
  • C. That its theme not be religious
  • D. That its characters be positioned within a landscape

 

  1. Why did some artists begin to use the contrapposto pose?
  • A. To create a cartoon-like effect
  • B. To help viewers identify the main figure in a work of art
  • C. To show the relative sizes of human figures
  • D. To make human figures appear more natural

 

  1. Why does the professor discuss tendons and muscles?
  • A. To emphasize that Alberti’s study of anatomy led to his interest in art
  • B. To show the emphasis Alberti placed on using physically fit models
  • C. To illustrate the difficulty of maintaining a contrapposto pose in real life
  • D. To explain one of Alberti’s methods for creating accurate proportions

 

  1. Why was the development of linear one-point perspective important to Renaissance artists?
  • A. It helped painters to place figures more symmetrically within their paintings.
  • B. It allowed painters to create an illusion of three dimensions.
  • C. It enabled artists to paint large landscapes for the first time.
  • D. It encouraged artists to take an interest in geometry.


答案:
C D A D D B

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