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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. A masterpiece viewed in this way becomes what?
(a) A "restful place."
(b) An "educational experience."
(c) A "sterile object."
(d) A "living reality."
2. Who invented the independent tea room?
3. To truly appreciate art, one must do what?
(a) Study it quietly.
(b) Discipline one's mind to properly receive and perceive art.
(c) Spend many hours in a museum
(d) Take art lessons.
4. Some tea-masters aimed for what feeling?
5. On what does modern art appreciation depend?
(a) More on genuine, individual love for art, than on fashion and word of mouth.
(b) More on fashion than word of mouth.
(c) More on word of mouth than fashion.
(d) More on fashion and word of mouth than genuine, individual love for art.
Short Answer Questions
1. Art masters are _________ for their art lives in those who can appreciate it.
2. He gave his precious utensils out to guests, shattered the tea bowl into fragments, and then took his own life by doing what?
3. The tea room is primarily derived in spirit from what?
4. The art of flower arrangement began with whom?
5. Why did most great tea-masters use Zen concepts for the tea room?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did tea-masters think of art?
2. Why does Okakura use this tale?
3. How can one truly appreciate art?
4. How did the art of flower arrangement begin?
5. What do tea-masters think of life?
6. How is non-symmetry and non-repetition important?
7. Why might it be difficult for Westerners to appreciate Japanese architecture?
8. What is the connection between man and flowers?
9. Who was Rikyu? What problem existed between him and Hideyoshi?
10. What does Okakura say about modern art appreciation?
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