Analyzing Art Pre-Test Formal balance is _______________ a. the linear symmetry of an images, so that two halves are mirror images of each other. b. the aesthetics and stability of an object or structure.c. the arrangement of the elements so that no one part overpowers or seems heavier.d. the pleasing composition of parts or objects. All of the following are principles of design in art, except which? a. proportionb. rhythmc. emphasis d. color In art, what does the term, "form" mean? a. The pleasing arrangement of parts or objects, along with the characteristics shared between the objects. b. Any three dimensional geometric shape. It can also refer to the visible elements of a piece. c. The sense of balance achieved by placing objects or forms that are different on either side of a central line. d. The relationship, either of time or space between recurring elements of a composition. As an architect incorporates structural balance, he/she considers _______________. a. the linear symmetry of the building and its relationship with surrounding structures.b. the arrangement of the structural design's aesthetic features. c. both the aesthetics and stability of the structure. d. the relative size relationship with its surroundings. Look at the painting by Duchamp, entitled _______(1)_______. The repetition andshifting diagonal lines creates a sense of _______(2)_______. a. (1) Golden Guards Descending; (2) emphasis b. (1) Nude Descending a Staircase; (2) movement c. (1) Of the Blues; (2) movementd. (1) Raft of the Medusa; (2) emphasis What is the difference between movement and rhythm? a. Movement is the sense of motion created often through repetition, where as rhythm is the shared characteristics of a piece that provide harmony.
b. Rhythm is the sense of motion created by a piece, where as movement is the repetition of an object or part in the piece. c. Rhythm is the simulation of motion through the repetition of an object or part in the piece, where as movement refers to the form of the piece and the vantage points a person canmove to, in order to examine the piece.. d. Movement is the sense of motion created by a piece, where as rhythm is the simulation of motion through the repetition of an object or part in the piece.