7th Grade Art

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1.
This is the process of gathering facts and information from works of art in order to make intelligent judgments about them. There are four steps to this process. (1 point)

aesthetics
art criticism
principles of art
elements of art

2.
The study of the nature of beauty and art (1 point)

aesthetics
art criticism
principles of art
elements of art

3.
The guidelines, or "recipes," that govern the way artists organize the elements of art (1 point)

aesthetic views
four steps of art criticism
principles of art
elements of art

4.

Ideas or schools of thought on what is most important in works of art (what makes them most successful).
(1 point)

aesthetic views
four steps of art criticism
principles of art
elements of art

5.
This is NOT one of the three main aesthetic views. (1 point)

content view
subject view
civic view
composition view

6.

If you take this aesthetic view, you believe that the meaning, message, or feeling expressed in an artwork is the most important part.
(1 point)

subject view
content view
civic view
composition view

7.
If you take this aesthetic view, you believe that how the artist used the elements and principles of art is the most important part of an artwork. (1 point)

subject view
content view
civic view
composition view

8.

In this first step of art criticism, you make a careful list of all the things you see in an artwork.
(1 point)

analyzing
interpreting
describing
judging

9.
In this third step of art criticism, you explain the possible meaning, mood, or ideas expressed in the artwork. (1 point)

analyzing
interpreting
describing
judging

10.
In this second step of art criticism, you note how the art principles are used by the artist to organize the elements of art. (1 point)

analyzing
interpreting
describing
judging

My answers:
1. art criticism
2. aesthetics
3. principles of art
4. aesthetic views
5. civic view
6. content view
7. composition view
8. describing
9. interpreting
10. analyzing

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    I agree with all your answers.

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