History of Arts and Interior Design II

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Philippine Arts to Furniture
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Question 1

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Ilocano term for large earthenware, mainly used for fermentation and storage of liquid
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  • burnay
  • tapayan
  • palayok
  • banga

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Southern tagalog term for water container for the kitchen
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  • burnay
  • tapayan
  • palayok
  • bunga

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A handwoven mat for sleeping and sitting
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  • t'nalak
  • banig
  • malong
  • ikat

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Ifugao fertility jewel used as a necklace pendant or earring, often given as a wedding gift
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  • Laong Laan
  • Ling-ling o
  • Galang
  • Gadur

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Maranao ceremonial vessel. Used for dowry
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  • Ling-ling o
  • Galang
  • Gadur
  • Lotoan

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Traditional Filipino betel nut container
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  • gadur
  • galang
  • lotoan
  • kinabagat

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Ifugao wooden bench with a slightly arched midsection
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  • tinapis
  • hagabi
  • kinabagat
  • lotoan

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Roofless porch that serves as a cleaning area and wash room in a bahay kubo
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  • balkon
  • bulwagan
  • silid
  • batalan

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Ivatan traditional house of stone and mortar
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  • Rakuh
  • Binuron
  • Binayon
  • Fale

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Kalinga octagonal house
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  • Rakuh
  • Binayon
  • Binuron
  • Fale

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Ifugao house for the affluent whose pyramidal hipped roof covers the floor of the house
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  • binuron
  • fale
  • rakuh
  • binayon

Question 12

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One of the earliest recorders in Philippine art history, painted Langit, Lupa at Impierno ca. 1850
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  • Damian Domingo y Gabor
  • Josef Luciano Dans
  • Jose de Dibujo
  • Daniel Sta. Rosa

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Known for his Letras Y Figuras
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  • Daniel Domingo
  • Josef Dans
  • Jose Lozano
  • Felix Hidalgo

Question 14

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Sculpture that usually depicts the Via Crucix, may also show the holy images in religious scenes
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  • Relleves
  • Retablo
  • Encarnacion
  • Santos

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Earliest known sculptor in the Philippines
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  • Juan de los Santos
  • Jose Lozano
  • Josef Dans
  • Novicio de los Reyes

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Part of a church; a screened gallery with entry from the second floor of the convent
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  • Tribunas
  • Campanario
  • Reduccion
  • Accesoria

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Church in Ilocos Norte known for its sinking belltower
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  • Laoag church
  • Paoay church
  • Miag-ao church
  • Quiapo church

Question 18

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The first religious structure built in Luzon
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  • San Agustin church
  • Quiapo church
  • Paoay church
  • San Sebastian church

Question 19

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The biggest Spanish church in the Philippines
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  • San Sebastian church
  • Quiapo church
  • Tall church
  • San Agustin church

Question 20

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The first port in the Philippines
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  • Fort Santiago
  • Fort San Pedro
  • Fort Aguinaldo
  • Nuestra Senora de Guia

Question 21

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Residences of the highest official of the land
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  • Palacio Real
  • Ayuntamiento
  • Palacio Audiencia
  • Casa hacienda

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Spanish trial court
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  • Tribunal
  • Ayuntamiento
  • Aduana
  • Farola

Question 23

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Seat of colonial governance in the Spanish-colonial period
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  • Palacio Real
  • Ayuntamiento
  • Casa Hacienda
  • Municipio

Question 24

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The first dean of the UP Fine Arts School
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  • Fabian dela Rosa
  • Fernando Amorsolo
  • Guillermo Tolentino
  • Vicente Manansala

Question 25

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Sculpted the UP Oblation
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  • Napoleon Abueva
  • Guillermo Tolentino
  • Fernando Amorsolo
  • Abdulmari Imao

Question 26

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Which of the following was NOT a work of Juan Arellano
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  • UP University Hall
  • UP Palma Hall
  • UP Benitez Hall
  • UP Malcolm Hall

Question 27

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Architect of the Manila City Hall
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  • Juan Arellano
  • Tomas Mapua
  • Juan Nakpil
  • Antonio Toledo

Question 28

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Architect of the Crystal Arcade
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  • Andres Luna de San Pedro
  • Pablo Antonio
  • Juan Nakpil
  • Tomas Mapua

Question 29

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An Angono-based painter who depicted Philippine history in his "History of Manila" mural at the Manila City Hall
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  • Carlos Francisco
  • Victorio Edades
  • Galo Ocampo
  • H.R. Ocampo

Question 30

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Which of the following was not part of the triumvirate of Filipino neo-realists
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  • H.R. Ocampo
  • Galo Ocampo
  • Vicente Manansala
  • Cesar Legaspi

Question 31

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The Philippines' leading abstract expressionist
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  • Jose Joya
  • Fernando Zobel
  • Ang Kiu Kok
  • Arturo Luz

Question 32

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Father of Philippine Modern Sculpture
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  • Napoleon Abueva
  • Guillermo Tolentino
  • Cesar Legaspi
  • Ang Kiu Kok

Question 33

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Which of the following is NOT part of the Thirteen Moderns
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  • H.R. Ocampo
  • Diosdado Lorenzo
  • Carlos Francisco
  • Aresenio Capili

Question 34

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Painted the 14 Stations of the Cross in the UP Chapel
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  • Vicente Manansala
  • H.R. Ocampo
  • Galo Ocampo
  • Cesar Legaspi

Question 35

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Singe or two-storey structures or apartment dwellings during the Spanish Colonial Period
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  • Reduccion
  • Apartamenta
  • Accesoria
  • Tribunas

Question 36

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Egyptian roofed gallery
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  • Loggia
  • Portico
  • Tripartite
  • Peristyle

Question 37

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The most common of Egyptian furniture
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  • stool
  • chair
  • chest
  • table

Question 38

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Egyptian furniture that was only used by important people
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  • chair
  • bed
  • chest
  • table

Question 39

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Made of powdered quartz and coated with a vitreous paste, it was an earthenware fired to a glass-like shine in almost all colors
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  • faience
  • kaolin
  • majolica
  • ceramics

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Greek opening to allow rainwater to collect into the small reccess
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  • compluvium
  • impluvium
  • pronaos
  • peristyle

Question 41

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The most important space inside a Greek interior
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  • andron
  • peristyle
  • oecus
  • pronaos

Question 42

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Greek stool
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  • Diphros
  • Klismos
  • Skyphos
  • Androphos

Question 43

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Greek foot stool
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  • threnys
  • diphros
  • klismos
  • kline

Question 44

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Greek bed or couch, for eating during the day and for sleeping at night
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  • Kline
  • Diphros
  • Threnys
  • Klismos

Question 45

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Roman water catcher
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  • Impluvium
  • Compluvium
  • Tablinum
  • Peristyle

Question 46

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Located at the end of the atrium of a Roman interior, a sanctified area and contained the nuptial bed and the dining table
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  • tablinum
  • impluvium
  • cubicula
  • compluvium

Question 47

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Rear court lined with columns around the garden where the life of the Roman family was centered
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  • Peristyle
  • Pronaos
  • Atrium
  • Cubicula

Question 48

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Civilization that started the trompe l'oeil
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  • Romans
  • Greeks
  • Etruscans
  • Egyptian

Question 49

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Roman chair; First chair with cushion; x-shaped and folding
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  • curule
  • diphos
  • bisellium
  • solium

Question 50

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Roman double chair or settle
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  • bisellium
  • curule
  • cathedra
  • subselium

Question 51

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Roman throne chair for men
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  • solium
  • cathedra
  • bisellium
  • scamnum

Question 52

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Roman chaise for women
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  • cathedra
  • curule
  • solium
  • bisellium

Question 53

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Roman bed and couch
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  • leetus
  • armaria
  • sigma
  • scamnum

Question 54

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Roman semi-circular reclining couch while dining
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  • sigma
  • leetus
  • armaria
  • mensa lunata

Question 55

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Roman half-round console table
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  • mensa lunata
  • sigma
  • leetus
  • armaria

Question 56

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Which of the following is a Byzantine throne chair?
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  • Throne of Maximian
  • Throne of Ella
  • Chair of St. Peter
  • Dagobert Throne Chair

Question 57

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Dagobert Throne Chair is from what period?
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  • Gothic
  • Baroque
  • Romanesque
  • Byzantine

Question 58

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Small ivory inlay pattern set in wood work
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  • Certosina
  • Boulle
  • Intarsia
  • Cassone

Question 59

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Marquetry using inlays on wood done during the 17th C.
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  • Intarsia
  • Certosina
  • Boulle
  • Parquet

Question 60

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Italian Renaissance marriage chest
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  • cassone
  • cassapanca
  • credenza
  • armoire

Question 61

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Italian Renaissance armchair for men
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  • Sedia
  • Sgabello
  • Panchetto
  • Letto

Question 62

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Italian Renaissance light wooden chair for women
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  • Sgabello
  • Svanarola
  • Klismos
  • Sedia

Question 63

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Italian Renaiisance chair with three splayed legs similar to the sgabello
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  • panchetto
  • savanorolla
  • dantesque
  • letto

Question 64

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Italian Renaissance bed with massive structure placed on a base, a canopy, and a paneled footboard
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  • letto
  • ala duchessa
  • escabelle
  • aubosson

Question 65

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Inlaid stone panels often mounted on ebony cabinets-on-stands
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  • pietre dure
  • sgraffito
  • boulle
  • faience

Question 66

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Which of the following monarchs did not reign during the French Renaissance?
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  • Charles IV
  • Henry IV
  • Charles IX
  • Francis I

Question 67

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French renaissance stool
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  • tabouret
  • escabelle
  • savanoirre
  • caquetoire

Question 68

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Imitation marble composed of gypsum, marble chips, coloring material and glue
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  • scagliola
  • scagloia
  • scagliole
  • scagliela

Question 69

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French Baroque gossip chair
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  • caquetoire
  • faeteul
  • seggiolone
  • escabelle

Question 70

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French Baroque chair which was large and imposing made of gilded wood
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  • seggiolane
  • caquetoire
  • fauteuil
  • tabouret

Question 71

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French Baroque upholstered chair with arms
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  • Fauteuil
  • Tabouret
  • Excabello
  • Savanoirre

Question 72

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French Baroque bed that had two posts behind with cantilevered canopy that stretches until the end of the bed
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  • Duchess bed
  • Angel's bed
  • Letto
  • Escabello

Question 73

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Which period first made use of quadratura?
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  • Italian Baroque
  • Italian Renaissance
  • French Baroque
  • French Renaissance

Question 74

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Period where walls were left bare or treated with rough plaster
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  • Gothic
  • Renaissance
  • Byzantine
  • Baroque

Question 75

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Principally used for the assemblies of vassals, banquets, trials and entertainment during the Gothic period
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  • great hall
  • mistrel gallery
  • dais
  • cella

Question 76

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Period where the dining room became part of the house plan
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  • French Rococo
  • French Regency
  • French Baroque
  • English Rococo

Question 77

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Ebeniste was a maker of
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  • veneered furniture
  • solid wood
  • metal mounts
  • bronze casting

Question 78

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Fondeur was a maker of
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  • metal mounts
  • veneered furniture
  • lacquier
  • marquetry panel

Question 79

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French rococo armchair with a pierced arm
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  • fauteuil
  • bergere
  • canape
  • chaise lounge

Question 80

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French rococo armchair with full arms
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  • bergere
  • fauteuil
  • caqutoire
  • canape

Question 81

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Looked like an elongated bergere, completely upholstered small
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  • marquise
  • canape
  • voyeuse
  • duchesse-brisee

Question 82

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French Rococo; two upholstered chairs put together and connected in the middle with an ottoman in between them
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  • duchesse-brisee
  • lit de repos
  • confidante
  • cabriolet

Question 83

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French Rococo; Three seats to a single unit with the two end seats smaller and separated by arms from the center section
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  • confidante
  • duchesse-brisee
  • voyeuse
  • marquise

Question 84

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French Rococo; a small round table of the 18th century, having around its top a gallery within which a bouchon could beset for the playing of card games
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  • bouillotte
  • chevet
  • table a jeu
  • tricoteuse

Question 85

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French rococo corner cupboard
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  • encoignure
  • bureau a dos d'due
  • table a jeu
  • table de chever

Question 86

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Founded a dynasty of cabinetmakers during the French Neoclassic
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  • George Jacob
  • Honore Dumier
  • Henri Riesener
  • Inigo Jones

Question 87

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Also known as Style Etrusque
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  • French Neoclassic
  • French Regency
  • French Rococo
  • French Baroque

Question 88

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A trumeau was a/an
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  • overdoor or overpanelling
  • coffered ceiling
  • panelling on the walls
  • type of parquetry

Question 89

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Manchettes were
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  • padded arm rests
  • padded stretchers
  • padded seatbacks
  • padded seating

Question 90

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Technique involving painting on the reverse side of glass then applying gold and silver as backing
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  • verre eglomise
  • gilding
  • gilde eglomise
  • applique

Question 91

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Also known as the nanny's chair
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  • chauffeuse
  • settee
  • voyeuse
  • chiffonier

Question 92

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A chiffonier was...
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  • a 5-6 drawer commode that had a brass gallery
  • a rolltop or cylinder top desk
  • chair with eight round tapering legs
  • table used for card games

Question 93

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French backgammon table
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  • trictrac table
  • bouilotte
  • secretaire a la tronchin
  • bureau plat

Question 94

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Innovations included the meridienne in this period
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  • French Directoire
  • French Regency
  • French Rococo
  • French Neoclassic

Question 95

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Pierre Fontaine and Charles Percier established which French period style?
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  • empire
  • regency
  • directoire
  • neoclassic

Question 96

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Which of the following motifs is a Napoleonic device
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  • swan
  • victory emblem
  • sirens
  • eagle

Question 97

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French Empire; round table with a marble top supported by one central leg
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  • gueridon
  • bouilotte
  • cartoonnier
  • indiscreet

Question 98

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A sofa based on a painting by Jacques Louis David during the French empire style
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  • Recamier
  • Indiscreet
  • En bateau
  • Meridienne

Question 99

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Where French ladder back chairs were used
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  • French Provincial
  • French Empire
  • French Directoire
  • French Neoclassic

Question 100

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Biedermeier was a German style of the first half of the 19th century chiefly based on the French _______ style
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  • empire
  • directoire
  • provincial
  • neoclassic

Question 101

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Which of the following is not part of the Early Renaissance period?
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  • Tudor
  • Elizabethan
  • Jacobean
  • Georgian

Question 102

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Early Renaissance English furniture were mostly made out of which type of wood?
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  • oak
  • mahogany
  • teak
  • walnut

Question 103

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Typical antique tudor chairs called "settle chairs" that had tall straight backs and arm supports that were box-like and has an enclosed area beneath the seat often being used for storage as a kind of cupboard
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  • wainscot
  • cacquetoire
  • thrown chair
  • settee

Question 104

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Designed for food storage and had pierced carving for ventilation on the front
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  • aumbry
  • cabinet
  • draw table
  • press

Question 105

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Parchemin motif was
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  • linenfold
  • cartouche
  • gadroon
  • coffers

Question 106

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X-framed folding chair
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  • glastonbury
  • cacquetoire
  • turned chair
  • bergere

Question 107

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Prominent in the early 17th century in England, was an upholstered armless chair designed to accommodate the fashion for extreme width in women's dresses
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  • farthingale
  • glastonbury
  • canape
  • fauteuil

Question 108

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Most common chairs were the Yorkshire and the Derbyshire in this English Period
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  • Cromwellian
  • Jacobean
  • Tudor
  • Elizabethan

Question 109

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Also known as the Restoration period
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  • Carolean
  • Jacobean
  • William and Mary
  • Elizabethan

Question 110

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The Melville bed was made during what English Period?
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  • William and Mary
  • Queen Anne
  • Carolean
  • Early Georgian

Question 111

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This period corresponds to English late Baroque
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  • Queen Anne
  • Carolean
  • William and Mary
  • Early Georgian

Question 112

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A wooden chair whose back and sides consists of multiple thin, turned spindles that are attached to a solid, sculpted seat
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  • windsor
  • canape
  • wingback
  • klismos

Question 113

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Architect who introduced Palladianism to England
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  • Inigo Jones
  • William Kent
  • Andrea Palladio
  • Pierre Torigiano

Question 114

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Architect Inigo Jones was known during which English Period?
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  • Early Georgian
  • Jacobean
  • Queen Anne
  • Carolean

Question 115

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Console table meant to be placed in between tables
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  • pier table
  • commode
  • table dormant
  • gate-leg table

Question 116

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Wrote the book "The Gentleman and Cabinetmaker's Director"
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  • Chippendale
  • Sheraton
  • Hepplewhite
  • Thonet

Question 117

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A table that had two drawers and flaps on either side that can be raised by brackets on hinges to increase its size
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  • pembroke
  • pier
  • gate-leg
  • monopodia

Question 118

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Golden age of English furniture
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  • Late Georgian
  • Middle Georgian
  • Early Georgian
  • Queen Anne

Question 119

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Architect and furniture designer who took the total integration of interior design to a new level never before seen in England
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  • Robert Adam
  • Inigo Jones
  • William Kent
  • Thomas Chippendale

Question 120

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Motif introduced by Robert Adam
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  • Prince of Wales feather
  • Melon bulb
  • Grisaille
  • Fleur de lis

Question 121

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Most known for the shieldback chair
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  • Hepplewhite
  • Adam
  • Chippendale
  • Sheraton

Question 122

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Known as the "Apostle of the Straight Line"
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  • Sheraton
  • Hepplewhite
  • Chippendale
  • Adam

Question 123

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His style became known as the English Empire Style
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  • Thomas Hope
  • George Hepplewhite
  • Chippendale
  • Robert Adam

Question 124

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Period of severe neoclassicism and was heavily influenced by Empire and Directoire
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  • English Regency
  • Late Georgian
  • Middle Georgian
  • Early Georgian

Question 125

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A light chair used in mourning during the death of Admiral Nelson
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  • Trafalgar Chair
  • Glastonbury Chair
  • Chiffonier Chair
  • Windsor Chair

Question 126

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USed to simulate leather wall coverings in bas-relief often applied to the dado
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  • lincrusta
  • anaglypta
  • quadtratura
  • grisaille

Question 127

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Conversation sofa often seen in an s-shape
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  • tete-a-tete
  • indiscreet
  • meridienne
  • trafalgar

Question 128

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A completely upholstered sofa with rolled arms that are the same height as the back traditionally tufted and buttoned leather
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  • chesterfield
  • tete-a-tete
  • indiscreet
  • meridienne

Question 129

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Hanging or standing open shelves
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  • etagere
  • bouillangere
  • trestle
  • tete-a-tete

Question 130

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Also known as psyche; glass or mirror designed to stand against a wall
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  • pier glass
  • torcheres
  • gullion glass
  • lit bateu

Question 131

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Spanish Renaissance monk's chair
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  • sillon frailero
  • vargueño
  • sillon frailera
  • varganza

Question 132

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Spanish Renaissance writing cabinet that has sides that drop down to reveal a surface
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  • vargueño
  • frailero
  • chadera
  • papailera

Question 133

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Spanish version of the Dante chair or Savanorola
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  • Sillon de Chadera
  • Sillon Frailero
  • Sillon Armaria
  • Sillon Vargueño

Question 134

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Spanish Renaissance storage chest
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  • arca
  • comadore
  • brazier
  • contador

Question 135

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Portugese cabinet on stand
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  • contador
  • comadore
  • arca
  • brazier

Question 136

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Named after a colonial governor of Massachusetts and is constructed of turned spindle
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  • carver chair
  • brewster chair
  • wainscot chair
  • colonial chair

Question 137

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The influence of Chippendale's Director was most pronounced in which state in the United States?
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  • Philedelphia
  • Massachusetts
  • New Orleans
  • New York

Question 138

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The Bandy Chair was composed during which period?
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  • American Georgian
  • Early American Colonial
  • American Federal
  • American Victorian

Question 139

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Rocking chair that makes use of spindles
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  • Boston Rocker
  • Philadelphia Rocker
  • Houston Rocker
  • New Jersey Rocker

Question 140

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What the Americans called the miter chair
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  • Roundabout chair
  • Corner chair
  • Angle chair
  • Side chair

Question 141

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Known for his block-front type desk and chest with 3 arched panels and large cockleshell foot with ogee bracket
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  • John Goddard
  • Thomas Affleck
  • John Folwell
  • Benjamin Randolph

Question 142

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American Georgian period; Known for his Chinese Chippendale designs and use of Marlborough legs
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  • Thomas Affleck
  • John Goddard
  • John Folwell
  • Benjamin Randolph

Question 143

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America's first great furniture designer
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  • Duncan Phyfe
  • John Adam
  • Thomas Affleck
  • John Goddard

Question 144

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Favoured wood during the American Federal period
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  • mahogany
  • oak
  • walnut
  • maple

Question 145

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Late Phyfe furniture picks up from which French style?
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  • Empire
  • Directoire
  • Rococo
  • Provincial

Question 146

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Eclecticism dominated architectural and decorative designs during this American period
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  • Victorian
  • Early Colonial
  • Federal
  • Late Georgian

Question 147

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Introduced set furnitures; among the most important of the cabinetmakers in America. Produced high-style furnishing in the Rococo Revival style for the 19th century American market
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  • John Belter
  • Duncan Phyfe
  • Samuel McIntire
  • John Goddard

Question 148

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Popularized the "honest" Modern Gothic style in his book Hints on Household Taste
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  • Charles Eastlake
  • Dunkan Phyfe
  • John Belter
  • Samuel McIntire

Question 149

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The earliest and most important influence on contemporary design in USA
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  • shakers
  • movers
  • literists
  • Philadelphia movement

Question 150

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Started in Europe by William Morris
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  • Arts and Crafts
  • Art Nouveau
  • Art Deco
  • Neo-classic revival

Question 151

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He was the only English Art Nouveau designer during modernism
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  • Mackintosh
  • Voysey
  • Morris
  • Mackmundo

Question 152

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Mission style through the missions of which country?
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  • Spain
  • Portugal
  • England
  • America

Question 153

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Gustav Stickley is associated with furniture of which style?
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  • Mission
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Art Nouveau
  • Art Deco

Question 154

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Was a result of a wide social reaction which marked the end of one period and the beginning of another
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  • Art Nouveau
  • Art Deco
  • Bauhaus
  • Arts and Crafts

Question 155

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Considered to be the spokesperson for Art Nouveu
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  • Henri van de Velde
  • Antonio Gaudi
  • Louis Tiffany
  • Charles Voysey

Question 156

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Art Nouveau furniture designer who used forms similar to that of the human skeleton
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  • Antonio Gaudi
  • Henri van de Velde
  • Hector Guimard
  • Victor Horta

Question 157

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Introduced the whiplash or Belgium line in modern American furniture
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  • Horta
  • Majorelle
  • Gaillard
  • Guimard

Question 158

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Louis Majorelle was known for using which type of motif?
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  • Nenuphar
  • Water crest
  • Whiplash
  • Barganza

Question 159

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The firs master of the Bauhaus furniture
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  • Marcel Breuer
  • Wassily Kandinsky
  • Miles van der Rohe
  • Le Corbusier

Question 160

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The first attempt to design a lounge chair following the posture of a lounging person was designed by?
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  • Le Corbusier
  • Frank Gehry
  • Miles van der Rohe
  • Marcel Breuer

Question 161

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Designed the Bibendum chair
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  • Eileen Grey
  • Emile Ruhlman
  • Rene Lalique
  • Charles Eames

Question 162

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Considered to be the most significant creative designer to have the most impact on today's design
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  • Eames
  • Gehry
  • Nelson
  • Wegner

Question 163

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Designer of the Peacock chair
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  • Wegner
  • Eames
  • Nelson
  • Klint

Question 164

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Which of the following is not a chair design by George Nelson?
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  • Tulip
  • Pretzel
  • Coconut
  • Marshmallow

Question 165

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Designer of the Swan and Egg chair
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  • Arne Jacobsen
  • Joe Colombo
  • Eero Saarinen
  • George Nelson

Question 166

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Which of the following is designed by Joe Colombo?
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  • Elda chair
  • Tulip chair
  • Globe chair
  • Womb chair

Question 167

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Designer of the Tulip chair
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  • Saarinen
  • Jacobsen
  • Nelson
  • Colombo

Question 168

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The "Father of Modernism" in Scandinavian countries; works included the first stacking chair and Paimio chair
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  • Aalto
  • Saarinen
  • Wormley
  • Mourgue

Question 169

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French industrial designer famous for his futuristic Djinn chairs
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  • Mourgue
  • Saarinen
  • Aalto
  • Eames

Question 170

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The first Danish furniture designer to be recognized internationally
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  • Juhl
  • Panton
  • Kjaerholm
  • Bertoia

Question 171

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Furniture designer know as "enfant terrible"; designs included the Cone Chair and Heart Chair
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  • Panton
  • Zanuso
  • Juhl
  • Bertoia

Question 172

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Credited to have designer the first sofa chair
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  • Zanuso
  • Bertoia
  • Panton
  • Nelson

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Finnish interior and industrial designer; one of the pioneers in plastic furniture design. Designs included the Ball and Bubble chair
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  • Aarnio
  • Saarienen
  • Aalto
  • Paulin

Question 174

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Best known as the founder of the early 1980s Memphis collective
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  • Ettore Sottsass
  • Eero Aarnio
  • Alvar Aalto
  • Philippe Starck

Question 175

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The "Ghost Chair" was a silhouette of which period furniture?
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  • Louis XVI Fauteuil
  • Louis XV Fauteuil
  • Louis XVI Canape
  • Louis XVI Bergere
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