GENED6 MIDTERM QUIZ
  • 1. It is the art and science of designing and constructing buildings, bridges, and other structures to satisfy individual and comminal needs.
A) Arch
B) Cantilever
C) Architecture
D) Post and Lintel
  • 2. used in architecture in which two vertical columns or pillars (posts) support a horizontal beam or slab (lintel). Often, the vertical support columns widen at the base and top
A) Arch
B) Cantilever
C) Post and Lintel
D) Architecture
  • 3. a horizontal beam extended into space
A) Post and Lintel
B) Cantilever
C) Arch
D) Architecture
  • 4. a usually curved part of a structure that is over an opening and serves as a support
A) Cantilever
B) Arch
C) Post and Lintel
D) Architecture
  • 5. a rounded vault forming the roof of a building or structure, typically with a circular base.
A) Truss
B) Vault
C) Dome
D) Arch
  • 6. a self-supporting arched form, usually of stone or brick, serving to cover a space with a ceiling or roof.
A) Vault
B) Arch
C) Truss
D) Dome
  • 7. a triangulated system of straight interconnected structural elements
A) Vault
B) Dome
C) Truss
D) Arch
  • 8. The Art of carving or otherwise a three-dimensional work of art.
A) Relief sculpture
B) High Relief
C) Round Sculpture
D) Sculputre
  • 9. Also called a free-standing sculpture, a round sculpture or sculpture in the round stands on its own and is capable of being viewed at all sides (front, rear, left, and right sides).
A) Round Sculpture
B) Relief sculpture
C) High Relief
D) Sculputre
  • 10. Contrary to a round sculpture, a relief sculpture does not stand on its own because it is attached.
A) Round Sculpture
B) Relief sculpture
C) High Relief
D) Sculputre
  • 11. is a relief sculpture that is almost the same as a free- standing sculpture but differs from the latter because it is attached so that the back part cannot be seen by an onlooker.
A) Round Sculpture
B) Relief sculpture
C) Low Relief
D) High Relief
  • 12. sculpture that is almost the same as a painting because it is somewhat flat and attached to a surface but differs from the latter because it has volume and the medium used varies from the mediums used in painting.
A) Round Sculpture
B) High Relief
C) Relief sculpture
D) Low Relief
  • 13. he piecing together of one or more materials to create a 3D piece of art.
A) Additive Scuplture
B) Subtractive Sculpture
  • 14. the removal of pieces of material through carving, cutting, sanding, and other techniques to acquire the desired form
A) Subtractive Sculpture
B) Additive Scuplture
  • 15. Latin word of Sculpture
A) Shadow
B) Wagama John Smith
C) Sculpere
D) Oi pogi
  • 16. Who is the Cubist Artist
A) Juan Luna
B) John Silver Blas
C) Pablo Picasso
D) Claude Monet
  • 17. Who Painted Water Lilies
A) John Smith
B) Juan Luna
C) Pablo Picasso
D) Claude Monet
  • 18. Who painted Spolarium (Polario Pointed
A) Juan Luna
B) Claude Monet
C) Pablo Picasso
D) Shadow
  • 19. famous for his paintings such as the Mona Lisa and the Last Supper
A) Fernando Amorsolo
B) Leonardo da Vinci
C) Michelle Angelo
D) Pablo Picasso
  • 20. he frescoes on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel (1508–12) in the Vatican, which include the iconic depiction of the creation of Adam interpreted from Genesis
A) Leonardo da Vinci
B) Michelle Angelo
C) Pablo Picasso
D) Fernando Amorsolo
  • 21. most known works are of the dalagang Filipina, landscapes of his Filipino homeland, portraits and WWII war scenes. "Planting Rice" Painting
A) Leonardo da Vinci
B) Michelle Angelo
C) Fernando Amorsolo
D) Fernando Amorsolo
  • 22. Who painted "Creation of Man" fresco painting
A) Fernando Amorsolo
B) Vicente Manansala's
C) Michelangelo
D) Lito Balagtas
  • 23. Who painted oil painting "Farmer"
A) Lito Balagtas
B) Michelangelo
C) Vicente Manansala's
D) Fernando Amorsolo
  • 24. Who painted oil painting. "Philippine Madonna and Child"
A) Lito Balagtas
B) Michelangelo
C) Fernando Amorsolo
D) Vicente Manansala's
  • 25. Who painted oil painting. "Fruit Vendor with twin sons"
A) Vicente Manansala's
B) Lito Balagtas
C) Fernando Amorsolo
D) Michelangelo
  • 26. Who painted "Balut Vendors" watercolor painting
A) Vicente Manansala's
B) Lito Balagtas
C) Michelangelo
D) Fernando Amorsolo
  • 27. is the art of applying pigments to a surface in order to present a picture of the subject
A) Painting
B) Water Color
C) Oil
D) Fresco
  • 28. is done with the use of ground pigments (from minerals, coal tar, vegetable matter, etc.) mixed with linseed oil and turpentine or thinner,Many painters prefer oil as a medium because oil paintings are long-lasting, slow in drying, easy to handle and manipulate texturally, and capable of being corrected.
A) Water Color
B) Fresco
C) Oil
D) Painting
  • 29. is done with the use of earth pigments mixed with water and applied to fresh plaster or glue which attaches the color to the surface like a wall
A) Fresco
B) Water Color
C) Painting
D) Oil
  • 30. is done with the use of pigments mixed with water and applied to fine white paper. Besides white paper, cambric, parchment, ivory, and silk can be used as surface or ground
A) Oil
B) Painting
C) Water Color
D) Fresco
  • 31. When the plaster is wet, the painting is described as true fresco
A) fresco secco
B) buon fresco
  • 32. On the other hand, when the plaster is dry, the painting is described as dry fresco
A) fresco secco
B) buon fresco
  • 33. is done with the use of ground pigments mixed with an albuminous or colloidal vehicle (egg yolk, gum, glue, or casein). Being an emulsion.
A) Encaustic
B) Pastel
C) Acrylic
D) Tempera
  • 34. is done with the use of pastel colors closely resembling dry pigments bound to form crayons, which are surface, oftentimes paper
A) Encaustic
B) Pastel
C) Acrylic
D) Tempera
  • 35. is done with the use of synthetic paints called acrylics mixed with a vehicle capable of being thinned with water. Acrylic emulsion or polymer serves as its binding agent
A) Pastel
B) Acrylic
C) Portraiture
D) Encaustic
  • 36. is done with the use of hot wax as a vehicle to bind pigments to a wooden panel or a wall
A) Tempera
B) Pastel
C) Acrylic
D) Encaustic
  • 37. are pictures of men and women singly or collectively. Before the camera was invented, there was no other means to know the face of a person, most especially a dead one,
A) Pastel
B) Encaustic
C) Acrylic
D) Portraiture
  • 38. During the ancient times, man's primary concern was survival. In the early stages of men's development (hunting and food- gathering), his first encounters were with animals and plants
A) Still Life
B) Country Life
C) Landscape
D) Animals and Plants
  • 39. is a painting of an inanimate object or a non-living thing placed on a table or another setting. A basket of fruits, a bag of groceries, a pack of cigarettes, a bunch of flowers, and a bucket of chicken are examples of
A) Country Life
B) Still Life
C) Animals and Plants
D) Landscape
  • 40. Painters living in the countryside have access to scenes happening daily in their community. Local events such as a barrio fiesta, a fluvial parade, a bountiful rice harvest, a big catch of fishes, and a natural calamity are exciting painting subjects
A) Seascape
B) Landscape
C) Still Life
D) Country Life
  • 41. Any of the land forms can be the subject of a landscape painting. These land forms include the volcano, the mountain, the hill, the valley, the plain, the plateau, the cliff, and the like
A) Country Life
B) Cityscape
C) Seascape
D) Landscape
  • 42. Any of the water forms can be the subject of a seascape paintin, These water forms include the ocean, the sea, the river, the lake, the brook, the pond, the falls, and the like.
A) Cityscape
B) Event
C) Seascape
D) Religious Items
  • 43. An aerial view of a city or a portion of it can be the subject of a cityscape painting.
A) Landscape
B) Event
C) Cityscape
D) Seascape
  • 44. are among the favorite subjects of painters. The "Spoliarium" and the "Blood Compact" of Juan Luna and the "Christian Virgins Exposed to the Populace" of Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo are examples of such subjects. "Moses Commanding the Red Sea to Divide
A) Cityscape
B) Seascape
C) Event
D) Religious Items
  • 45. such as the Holy Family, Madonna and Child, Jesus Christ angels, saints, and religious objects are as commonly used subjects today as they were during the Medieval and Renaissance Periods. Raphael Sanzio's paintings were mostly Madonnas
A) Religious Items
B) Cityscape
C) Event
D) Seascape
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