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I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: Choose the best answer.

_____1. Art is derived from the Latin word ARS. The term ARS means __________.
a. imagine b. skill c. creative d. active
_____2. Art is also known as the totality of human activities. The following are importance of art to
humans EXCEPT
a. Express feelings of love.
b. Give satisfaction to talented people.
c. Develop character, proper attitudes and values.
d. Encourage budding sportsmen.
_____3. Cave paintings encompass any parietal art which involves the application of color pigments on the
walls. In what era when these types of arts dominated as the people’s means of communication?
a. Ancient Egypt b. Classical Greek Era c. Prehistoric Era d. Romanesque Era
_____4.Your group was tasked to do a mural painting in your schoolusing the colors made with grind
powder pigments in pure water to make the painting become an integral part of the wall. What
technique of painting is ideal for mural painting using the above-mentioned materials?
a. fresco b. encaustic c. acrylic d. chiaroscuro
_____5. You were asked by your art teacher to paint using melted beeswax and mineral pigment to varnish
your work of art. What medium of painting are you going to apply?
a. fresco b. encaustic c. acrylic d. chiaroscuro
_____6. Kerch style is an attic red-figure pottery named after the Crimean city of Kerch. The following
were the most common shapes of this classical vase painting EXCEPT
a. wine container b. bowl for water and wine c. low bowl w/ two handles d. low handles and lid
_____7. A method of painting that denotes a picture painted in a panel, usually made of wood.
a. panel painting b. plein-air painting c. scroll painting d. miniature painting
_____8.The formal writing system of Egypt with the use of pictures.
a. hieroglyphics b. calligraphy c. photography d. logography
_____9. A typical art process in Romantic era where pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials were
formed together to create an image.
a. stained glass b. photography c. printmaking d. mosaic
_____10. Which of the following BEST describe an Egyptian sculpture?
a. Significant in revealing the artistic progress of the culture or artist involved.
b. Symbolisms were heavily used to represent the Gods.
c. Living is presented larger than the dead.
d. Faithful and direct imitation of human anatomy.
_____11. To reach a peak of artistic excellence, Greek sculptors were particularly concerned with the
following EXCLUDING
a. Perfection of human body.
b. Arrangement of figures and groups.
c. It is extremely primitive and mysterious.
d. Dramatic representation of movements.
_____12. Which of the following is NOT a relevant nature of Pre-Historic sculpture?
a. Symbolic elements were widely used.
b. Sculpture is a result of natural erosion and not a human artistry.
c. Carvings may have mythological or religious significance.
d. Materials used in sculpture vary according to region and locality.
_____13. What are the dominant themes of Byzantine sculptures?
a. human form, everyday life, still life
b. religious, everyday life, nature
c. human nature, symbols, war
d. heroes, humor, landscape
_____14. In Greek architecture, temples were designed either of the three architectural styles or orders.
Which among the following is NOT a Greek Classical style?
a. Tonic b. Corinthian c. Doric d. Ionic
_____15. A style of architecture characterized by pointed arches.
a. Gothic b. Byzantine c. Romanesque d.Roman
_____16. Ancient Egypt is known for a massive monument having rectangular base and four triangular
faces culminating in a singular apex, built over or around a crypt or tomb.
a. tomb b. vault c. pyramid d. terracotta
_____17. An architectural style characterized by rounded arches and masonry walls and vaults.
a. Roman b. Romanesque c. Greek d. Byzantine
_____18. Parthenon is considered as the greatest Greek classical temple and was dedicated to the city’s
patron deity, Athena. The said temple is renowned with what architectural style?
a. Doric b. Ionic c. Corinthian d. Tonic

II. MULTIPLE CHOICE: Choose the letter that corresponds to when the classical artwork was

19. _____ 20. _____

a. Pre-historic Era c. Ancient Egypt a. Greek Era c. Medieval Era

b. Gothic Era d. Medieval Era b. Ancient Egypt d. Gothic Era

21. _____ 22. _____

a. Pre-historic Era c. Greek Era a. Ancient Egypt c. Medieval Era

b. Gothic Era d. Ancient Egypt b. Greek Era d. Romantic Era

23. _____ 24. _____

a. Ancient Egypt c. Greek Era a. Greek Era c. Medieval Era

b. Gothic Era d. Medieval Era b. Ancient Egypt d. Gothic Era

25. _____

a. Pre-historic Era c. Greek Era

b. Gothic Era d. Medieval Era