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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Book 2: Appendix 7.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the author say in Appendix 5 about Nature "at the middle distance"?
(a) It is the only way humans are conditioned to view Nature.
(b) We are so familiar with it that we think we know everything about it.
(c) It is not the best distance from which to view Nature's details.
(d) It is the best way to see natural creatures in their habitat.
2. What happened to La Tour's reputation as a result of the rise of the new Art of Versailles?
(a) His reputation didn't change, but his fans were more loyal than ever.
(b) He was forgotten, and his works were attributed to other artists.
(c) He became even more famous and well-known.
(d) He was forced to change his style to remain popular.
3. Gericault claimed that when he started to paint a woman, it turned into what?
(a) A demon.
(b) A tree.
(c) A lion.
(d) A succubus.
4. How are light and color typically experienced by mescalin users while they are under the influence of the drug?
(a) They appear in geometric shapes, such as buildings or mosaics.
(b) They appear in soft, rounded shapes, such as balls or orbs.
(c) They appear in natural patterns and tessellations.
(d) They appear as movement trails and waves.
5. Where was Gericault when he saw the horse that inspired him to paint "Officiers de Chasseurs"?
(a) The road to Saint-Cloud.
(b) In a forest in Leeds.
(c) A pasture in the countryside.
(d) The streets of London.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is unique about La Tour's paintings, according to the author?
2. According to the author in Appendix 6, what opens the doors of heaven, hell, and limbo for the living?
3. Who is the first painter mentioned in Appendix IV?
4. According to the author, what theme is illustrated by the close-up landscapes of Chinese and Japanese art?
5. How does mescalin affect the user's brain function?
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