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Art Flashcards--Set #1

These questions focus on the art pieces in the USAD reproduction manual.

Each flashcard on the left has a question on it.  Answer the question with your best answer and then check the "real" answer by clicking on the question.  The answer should appear in the right-hand card.  You can then "hide" the answer again for the future by clicking on "hide."


What style is Monticello?








When was "A Visit from the Old Mistress" painted and by whom?








Which piece in the reproduction booklet is by Asher Durand?








"Winter Sunrise, Sierra Nevada from Lone Pine, California" is in what medium?








What materials make up the Palmer-Epard Cabin?








Who is the artist of "Scene of Plains Indian Life" and on what material is it painted?








When did construction begin on Monticello and when did it end?








Which piece is by Albert Bierstadt and what style is it?








What does the Emanuel Leutze piece in the reproduction booklet depict?








Who created "The Last Race, Mandan O-kee-pa Ceremony" and for what purpose?








Who is the artist of "Grand Canyon of the Colorado?"








What kind of painting is "Family Group before United States Capitol?








In the reproductions booklet, there are two pieces focusing on a pueblo. Which one gives you a more intimate look at pueblo life?








What was Thomas Jefferson's role in building Monticello?








What specifically is depicted in "Among the Sierra Nevada Mountains, California?"








Which cultural group created the cape that appears in the reproductions booklet?








The piece "Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way" in the reproductions booklet is a canvas painting. However, what was it created for?








Who took the portrait picture of "Pimos Inidans, Arizona?"








What color technique is used in the Sikyatki style bowl in the reproductions booklet?








Explain what two styles "The Last of the Tribe" incorporates and explain why.