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Which element of art refers to the mixture of light and pigment?
Which German Baroque composer is known for such classics as The Harmonious Blacksmith, Water Music, Fireworks Music, and Messiah?
George Frideric Handel
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
It is created by light falling unevenly or from a particular direction. Name the art term referring to the balance of light and shade in a picture.
She was the first dancer to perform at the White House. Identify the Pennsylvania-born dancer and choreographer who pioneered a movement called 'modern dance'.
Ruth St. Denis
In this painting, a smaller orange clock in the lower left corner is covered with ants. Name this work of Salvador Dali featuring melting clocks.
The Night Watch
The Persistence of Memory
Restful, quiet wheel-like church windows are an example. Which type of balance does it seem that the parts of the design seem to move toward or away from a central point?
both a & b
none of the above
A quartet refers to a composition of ____ parts or voices.
Give the musical direction meaning to play very loudly.
It is used mainly in military bands. Identify the small flute with a high, piercing tone.
He published more than 300 songs during his lifetime. Which American songwriter and entertainer of the early 20th century was known for such rousing songs like "Yankee Doodle Dandy?"
Over 600 paintings; 17th century Dutch painter; The Blinding of Samson; Night Watch
A lively dance performed in 3/4 time that originated in Bohemia around 1830
Laid on very thickly and you can see the brush strokes in the painting.
egg and dart
The degree of loudness or softness in sounds
Red plus blue
How many notes make up a musical scale?
When artists exaggerate what they see. No real forms from the real world.
American artist inspired by the Hudson River and the Adirondacks Mountains in New York; The Voyage of Life; Titan's Goblet; The Oxbow
The dominant beat of the music measure is known as the accent. It is usually the ____ beat of measure.
Making objects of clay and firing them in a kiln.
Which ballet term refers to a step done off the ground?
Founder of the Royal Society. He rebuilt churches in London after the Great Fire in 1666.
Sir Christopher Wren
He often said "I paint my life"; American artist; Distant Thunder; Helga Pictures; Christina's World
James McNeil Whistler
Principle of art that refers to the focal point (the first thing someone sees in the art piece).