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UNIVERSITY OF SAINT ANTHONY

(Dr. Santiago G. Ortega Memorial)


City of Iriga
Humanities 1
MIDTERM EXAMINATION
May 2-4, 2016

Name: ____________________________

Course & Year: __________

A. Write T if the statement is correct and F if the statement is wrong.


(15 points)
_______ 1. Art is derived from the Latin word ars, meaning ability
or skill.
_______ 2. There are five main functions of art.
_______ 3. Fine arts are directed to produce artifacts and utensils
for the satisfaction of human needs.
_______ 4. Phonetic arts involve the element of rhythm.
_______ 5. Art Appreciation is the ability to interpret or
understand man-made arts and enjoy it through actual work.
_______ 6. Harmony is the regular, uniform or related visual
movement made through the repetition of a unit or motif.
_______ 7. Balance is the condition or quality which gives a
feeling of rest or stability.
_______ 8. The principle of art which tends to carry the eye from
the center of interest is called the emphasis.
_______ 9. Repetition of a motif in uniform and regular
arrangement is formal rhythm.
_______ 10. Harmony of color refers to good proportion.
_______ 11. Rhythm is the overall organizational visual structure
of the formal elements in the work of art.
_______ 12. Contrast is synonymous to opposition or
contradiction.
_______ 13. There are five aspects of proportion.
_______ 14. The balance of identical objects is called
bisymmetrical balance.
_______ 15. Exaggerated is the most essential factor of emphasis.
B. Circle the letter of the correct answer. (30 points)
1. Artworks that have no resemblance to any real object is called
______.
a. objective arts
b. non-objective arts

c. liberal arts
d. pure arts

2. Josefina Estolas grouped Major arts into five. Which is an


example of this type of art?
a. industrial
c. graphic
b. literary
d. painting
3. It is used for the satisfaction of human needs.
a. Liberal art
b. Fine art

c. Practical art
d. Major art

4. Which main of the main functions of art makes a man learn to


love and help each other?
a. Social
b. Cultural

c. Utilitarian
d. Aesthetic

5. Which type of Plastic arts utilizes words and sounds as


mediums of expression?
a. Kinetic
arts
b. Phonetic arts

c. Pure arts
d. Mixed arts

6. What art principle shows pleasing relationship between a


whole and its parts and between the parts themselves?
a. emphasis
b. rhythm

c. balance
d. proportion

7. Coarse textures should not be combined with ___________?


a. fine textures
b. smooth textures

c. rough textures
d. hard textures

8. ____________ rhythm is the repetition of a motif with variation


in its form.
a. formal
b. non-formal

c. informal
d. semi-formal

9. What art principle produces an impression of unity through


the selection and arrangement of consistent objects or ideas?
a. rhythm
b. harmony

c. balance
d. emphasis

10. Creating harmony of _________ means using two or more


colors in decorating an article.
a. color
b. size
11.

c. texture
d. idea

What are the guides to help one put elements together?

a. elements of art
c. principles of art
c. mediums of art
d. perceptions of art
12. What harmony is the same as good proportion?
a. harmony of size
b. harmony of texture

c. harmony of idea
d. harmony of color

13. Informal rhythm is the __________ of a motif with variation


in its form, size, and arrangement.
a. repetition
c. demolition
14.

c. obstruction
d. stressing

It is sometimes referred to as occult balance.

a. informal balance
b. symmetrical balance

c. non-formal balance
d. diagonal balance

15. ________________ is straight line connecting two opposing


lines diagonally.
a. contradiction
b. intersecting

c. parallel
d. jagged

16. If a unit is repeated in one direction, it produces a


_____________ design.
a. all-over
b. zigzag

c. border
d. parallel

17. If a unit is repeated in two directions, it is called


_______________ pattern.
a. all-over
b. zigzag

c. border
d. parallel

18. What art principle provides the best opportunity for


developing ones creative ability?
a. variety
b. novelty

c. utility
d. contrast

19. What art principle has relationship with balance and


emphasis?
a. variety
b. novelty

c. utility
d. contrast

20. What art principle describes the arrangement or style of


furniture makes the space the furniture occupies?
a. variety
b. novelty

c. utility
d. contrast

21. Which element of visual art is concerned with making


every part of the artwork functional so that all parts can
contribute to make a complete artwork?
a. melody
b. space

c. form
d. volume

22. Which element of visual art refers to the amount of space a


form occupies?
a. melody
b. space

c. form
d. volume

23. Which element of visual art describes the structure or


shape of an object?
a. melody
b. space

c. form
d. volume

24. Which element of visual art refers to pitches or tones


sounded one after another in a logical and meaningful series?
a. melody
b. space
25.

___________ lines are lines of repose and serenity.

a. curved
b. diagonal
26.

c. form
d. volume

c. vertical
d. horizontal

___________ lines suggest action, life, and movement.

a. curved
b. diagonal

c. vertical
d. horizontal

27. Out of all the elements of visual arts, ________ has the most
aesthetic appeal?
a. color
b. line

c. texture
d. perspective

28. What is the representation of an appearance of distance by


means of converging lines?

a. aerial
b. perpendicular

c. linear
d. diagonal

29. What element of music is the arrangement of rhythm in a


fixed, regular pattern?
a. pitch
b. meter

c. melody
d. rhythm

30. The combination of two or more tones sounded at the


same time is called a ____________.
a. concord
b. dissonance

c. assonance
d. chord

C. Enumerate the items being asked. (10 points)


1-4. The four main functions of art
5-10. Indigenous materials used in architecture
D. Essay (5 points)
Briefly discuss the difference between the Painting in Medieval Period
and the Painting in the Baroque Period.
1 point Grammar
2 points Content
2 points - Organization