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Design H1

The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood rejected the poor industrial manufacture quality of decorative arts and architecture and favored a return to hand-craftsmanship, raising artisans to the status of artists. (T/F) True
William Morris espoused the philosophy that art should be affordable, hand-made, and that there should be no hierarchy of artistic mediums.
Charles Robert Ashbee English designer and entrepreneur who was a prime mover of the English Arts and Crafts movement and its co-operative structure from the socialism of William Morris
The Fledermaus Cabaret in Vienna was designed by _______________. Josef Hoffmann
Statuary, was often used by the architects and designers, Otto Wagner, Josef Hoffmann and Josef Olbrich in their buildings. (T/F) True
Frank Lloyd Wright was influenced by Japanese architecture. (T/F) True
An architectural style that made extensive use of overhanging roofs and an emphasis on horizontality. Prairie House
1893 Chicago Stock Exchange building Louis Sullivan
Hill House Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Steiner House Adolf Loos
Palais Stoclet Josef Hoffmann
Majolica House Otto Wagner
Which does not belong? Theo Van Doesburg Hans Poelzig J.J. Oud Gerrit Reitveld Piet Mondrian Hans Poelzig
Leading Expressionists included Wassily Kandinsky, George Grosz, Franz Marc, Amadeo Modigliani and Paul Signac (T/F) False
Vladimir Tatlin "Monument to the Third International"
Alexander Rodchenko Russian photo montage posters
El Lissitzky Russian constructivist architecture and graphics
Naum Gabo Russian Constructivist sculptor
Kasimir Malevich circle and squares (painting)
The architect, ____________ a founding member of the Vienna Secession is noted for his iconic building in Vienna known as the Secession Building. Josef Maria Olbrich
"The Embrace" Gustav Klimt
The Postal Savings Bank Josef Wagner
"The Tempest (Bride of the Wind)" Oskar Kokoschka
The Secession Building Josef Maria Olbrich
Chicago Tribune Competition of 1922 Adolph Loos
"Hostile Powers" Gustav Klimt
Identify the style of the Postal Savings Bank Vienna Secession
The Vienna Secessionist movement was a reaction to the Industrial revolution. (T/F) False
Which of the following statements does not belong as part of the group? -a reduction of visual subject matter to the circle and square -Theo van Doesburgh -Piet Mondrian -horizontal and vertical -Broadway Boogie Woogie a reduction of visual subject matter to the circle and square
The Art of Color Johannes Itten
Wiessenhof Siedlung, Stuttgart Mies Van der Rohe
1,000,000.00 Marks Herbert Bayer
Photograms Lazlo Moholy-Nagy
House am Horn 1923 Weimar Bauhaus Exhibit
Dots were used as a design motif by Peter Behrens and Josef Hoffmann (T/F) True
Bruno Taut visionary architect
Amedeo Modigliani Expressionist painter
Piet Mondrian De Stijl painter
Hannes Meyer socialist architect/educator
Anni Albers Bauhaus textile designer
The Grosse Schauspielhaus by Hans Poelzig in Berlin was an example of ______ design. Expressionist
The circle was a recurrent theme of _______. -Peter Behrens -Oskar Schlemmer -Frank Lloyd Wright -Marianne Brandt -all of the above -none of the above all of the above
_______ was responsible for the weaving workshop at the Bauhaus. Gunta Stölzl
____________designed the Palais Stoclet in Brussels. Josef Hoffmann and Gustav Klimt
Majolica House with its glass ceiling and floors, and the array of modernistic aluminum interior ventilators standing like iconic pylons in the main banking area was one of the most significant designs of Otto Wagner. (T/F) False
Art Nouveau rejected mass production. (T/F) False
Which of the following individuals designed the Art Nouveau Paris Metro stations? Hector Guimard
Transportation Buiding at the 1893 Chicago Fair Louis Sullivan
Auditorium Building Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan
Wainwright Building first true expression of a skyscraper
Reliance Building Burnham and Root
Rookery Building Lobby Frank Lloyd Wright
Monadnack Building, phase one the last significant Chicago skyscraper built using load-bearing wall construction
Carson Pirie Scott Louis Sullivan
the Gage Group Alternate expressions of steel frame architecture
The Bradbury Building Los Angeles example of the Chicago School
The return to the moral values of the Gothic style was championed by the English theorist _____. John Ruskin
William Morris championed the use of machines in mass-producing furniture at reasonable prices. (T/F) False
Silver candle holder Van de Velde
The term "ready mades" is associated with ___________. Marcel Duchamp
Le Modulor was an exhibition designed by Le Corbusier. (T/F) False
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