Type
Word Search
Description

Sullivan
Cameron
Modern
Dadaists
NeoImpressionism
Degenerate Art
Positivism
Duchamp
Earthworks
Spiritualism
Barbizon School
PostImpressioinsm
Pointilism
Realism
Neoclassicism
Enlightenment
Salon des Refuses
Fete Galante
Rococo
History

Art - Art Periods Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Impressionism
byzantine
cubism
bauhaus
expressionism
renaissance
romanticism
realism
gothic
pointillism
neoclassicism
photo-realism
surrealism
classical

ART Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

sculpture
portraits
mosaic
medium
painting
printmaking
complimentary
tertiary
secondary
primary
modern
traditional
abstract
idealism
realism
impressionism
expressionism
texture
contrast
repetition
movement
rhythm
emphasis
balance
value
color
form
shape
line
space

Impressionism/Expressionism Word Search Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Impressionist painters began their careers painting realism
Founder of the Impressionist movement in art Claude Monet
Monet loved to work where outside
a technique of painting in which small, distinct dots of color are applied in patterns to form an image Pointillism
Who painted "A Sunday on La Grande Jatte"? Georges Seurat
A style of painting that expresses feelings and emotions Expressionism
Suffered from serve depression and mental illness Vincent Van Gogh
Van Gogh used Vibrant, radiating colors to "________________" his subjects. Immortalize
Van Gogh painting that is an excellent example of One-Point Perspective Bedroom in Arles
Painted "The Scream" Edvard Munch
Van Gogh left behind over 800 of these drawings
The first artistic revolution since the Renaissance Impressionism
Impressionist painters began their careers painting ______________ realism
Monet never painted definite edges or __________________to any subject contours
Claude Monet was born in _________ France

12.4 The Enlightenment Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Natural rights
Philosophe
Rococo
Baroque
Salon
Censorship
System
Freemarket
Rousseau
Voltaire
John locke
Neutral law

Chapter 17 The Enlightenment and the American Revolution Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What were rules are discoverable by reason? Natural Law
A seventeenth century English thinker Thomas Hobbes
A seventeenth century English thinker John Locke
An agreement by which they gave up their freedom for an organized society Social Contract
Rights that belonged to all humans from birth Natural Rights
Thinkers whose ideas spread around Europe Philosophes
An early thinker who studied the governments of Europe Montesquieu
My Trade Voltaire
Worked to produce a 28 volume set of books called the Encyclopedia Diderot
Believed that people in their natural state were basically good Rousseau
A policy that allowed business to operate with with little or no government. Laissez Faire
A Scottish economist, created the Wealth of Nations Adam Smith
Restricting access to ideas and information Censorship
An informal or social gathering to exchange ideas Salons
A style of art that is decorated with flowers and a noble subject Rococo
A large painting with lots of colors Baroque
A absolute ruler who used their power to bring Enlightened despots
Had extremely tight control over his subjects while he was king of Prussia Frederick the Great
Empress of Russia Catherine the Great
Eager student of the Enlightenment that traveled around in disguise Joseph II
Began a 60 year old reign, born in England George III
Imposed taxes on items such as newspapers and pamphlets Stamp Act
Virginia Planter and soldier George Washington
Principal author of the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson
States all government power comes from the people Popular Sovereignty
Where the British army surrendered Yorktown Virginia
One of the nations founding father James Madison
A treaty that ended the war Treaty of Paris
Another founding father Benjamin Franklin
Power divided by the constitution Federal republic

World History Chapter 17 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Rules of conduct discover-able by reason Natural Law
An English Thinker Thomas Hobbs
An English thinker(starts with a J) John Locke
an agreement in which they gave up their favor Social Contract
Rights that Belong to all humans from birth Natural Rights
a philosopher philosphes
an influential thinker Montesquieu
famous philosopher (V) voltaire
To protect against the attracts of the enlightenment Censorship
produced 28-volume set of books Diderot
a person who believed that people where naturally good when they where themselves. Rousseau
allowed business to operate with little or no gov laissez faire
a man who admired the physiocrats Adam Smith
new literature Salons
paintings that where huge and full of color Baroque
a style rococo
absolute rulers who used to power to bring social change enlightened despot
King of Prussia Frederick the Great
Empress of Russia Catherine the Great
Eager student of enlightenment Joseph 2
a man who began a 60 year region George 3
increased taxes by colonists Stamp Act
the first president along with being a solider George Washington
declared Independence from Britain Thomas Jefferson
A right to revolt Popular Sovereignty
Enable Washington to force the end of a British army Yorktown Virginia
National Leader (JM) James Madison
A national leader(BF) Benjamin Franklin
Divided between the national or federal gov Federal Republic
ending the war Treaty of Paris

chapter 17 World History Definitions Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Rules discoverable by reason Natural Law
One of two seventeenth-century English thinkers Thomas Hobbes
An English thinker who set ideas that became the key to enlightenment John Locke
Rights that all humans should have from birth Natural Rights
An agreement where one gives up their freedom for an organized society Social Contract
Means philosophers, ideas that soon spread beyond France Philosophes
An early influential thinker who studied government Montesquieu
The most famous philosophes originally named Francois-Marie Voltaire
Creator of the 28-volume set Encyclopedia Diderot
Believed in natural innocence Rousseau
Restricting access to ideas and new information Censorship
Allowing business to operate with little or no government Laissez Faire
Scottish economist, greatly admired the physiocrats Adam Smith
An art style developed Louis XV and his court, was lighter and elegant Rococo
Gatherings for artists, writers, and philosophers to exchange ideas Salons
Glorified paintings of historical events, done in Greek and Roman tradition paintings were huge and colorful Baroque
Absolute ruler using power to change political and social structures Enlightened Despot
King of Prussia from 1740-1786 Frederic the Great
Empress of Russia, believed in the enlightenment ideas of liberty and equality Catherine the Great
Student of enlightenment, traveled in disguise to to learn his subjects problems Joseph II
Began a 60 year reign George III
Taxes put on newspapers in 1765 Stamp Act
First President, social leader George Washington
Principal author of the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson
Government were the power comes from the people Popular Sovereignty
Washington forced to surrender of a British army at ___________ Yorktown Virginia
American, British, and French signed the ________, ending the war Treaty of Paris
Two leaders who gathered to be apart of forming the first constitution James and Benjamin
The constitution created ______, dividing power between federal government and the state Federal Republic

Modern World History Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Written in 1215 Magna Carta
OFF WITH THEIR HEAD! The reign of terror
Greek philosopher Plato
A U.S. boat that stood out among all others in war The Maine
Killed by rat poison Napoleon
Stabbed 23 times Julius Caesar
Boers Afrikaners
A player who had 6 wives Henry VIII
Let there be light Enlightenment
WOMEN HAVE RIGHTS TOO! Mary Wollstonecraft
Scattering of jews Diaspora
Lover of wisdom Philosophe
Let them eat cake 🍰 Marie Antoinette
Killed by guillotine Louis XVI
Basic moral laws of Judaism 10 Commandments
Destroyed the Great temple Nebuchadnezzar
Roman general in 63 BC Pompey
Freedom if religion Voltaire
To study or write history Historian
The city looks so pretty do you want to burn it with me? Great fear

Modern Dance History Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Doris Humphrey is student of ____ Denishawn
Lester Horton is student of _____ Denishawn
Martha Graham is student of ____ Denishawn
Founder of AAADT which showcased African-American talent Ailey
Paul Taylor is student of _____ Graham
Home of Modern Dance Unitedstates
Inducted in National Museum of Dance's Hall of Fame Jose Limon
Experimented with chance dance Cunningham
Creator of the Fall and Recovery technique Humphrey
Developed technique that the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater teaches Horton
Alvin Ailey is student of _____ Horton
Where was Modern dance most popular Europe
Jose Limon is student of _____ Humphrey
Known for his combination of ballet and gesture Taylor
"The Mother of Modern Dance" Duncan
Co-founded the dance company Denishawn with Ted Shawn Denis
Merce Cunningham is student of _____ Graham
Modern dance is the rejection of ballet and ______ Vaudeville
Modern dance is referred to as ___ Experimental
Identified new movement system Contraction and Release Graham
Founded all-male company and Jacob's Pillow dance school Shawn

Modern History Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

When did modern start? 1900s
Modern was a rejection of what? ballet
Modern was a rejection of what? vaudeville
Who is the mother of modern dance? Isadora Duncan
What does Isadora Duncan dance in? Toga
What place loved what Isadora Duncan did? Europe
Who loved Eastern and Asian culture? Ruth St. Denis
Who married Ruth St. Denis? Ted Shawn
Name a modern characteristic no set curriculum
Name a modern characterisitc no particular costume
When was the first phase? Late 1800s Early 1900s
Who founded free dance? Isador Duncan
Who found the first Bachelor of Arts Degree in Dance? Martha Graham
Martha Graham develooped what principle? contract and release
Aaron Copland compsed the music for which Martha Graham dance? Appalachian Springs
Doris Humphrey created what principle? Fall and Recovery
Who contributed to the creation of the Humphrey-Weidman school? Doris Humphrey
Who contributed to the creation of the Humphrey-Weidman school? Charles Weidman
Charles Wiedman was know for abstract.... rhythmic pantomine
Who trained in Germany, but then turned her attention to broadway? Hanya Holm
How many hits were cheographed by Hanya Holm? 11
What is one of the Wigman School of Dance techniques? silence
What are 2 of the Wigman School of Dance techniques? mask and tribal
What were the students of the BIG FOUR called? The Second Generation
Who is the founder of Limon Company? Jose Limon
Where is Jose Limon from? Mexico
What said that any movement was dance? Postmodernism
When did Postmodernism happen? 1960s-1970s
Who did "chance dance"? Merce Cunningham
One of the characteristics of the Cunningham technique is.... non-linear
One of the characteristics of the Cunngingham technique is... non-climactic