Yökdil Sosyal Bilimleri 2018 Çıkmış Sorular Çöz (Part 7)- Yökdil Paragraf Sorusu Çöz 3

Yökdil Sosyal Bilimleri 2018 Çıkmış Sorular Çöz (Part 7)- Yökdil Paragraf Sorusu Çöz 3

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Soru 1

The term baroque (misshaped pearl) was applied, at first contemptuously but later respectfully, to a style of architecture that originated in Rome in the early seventeenth century and showed a significant departure from the traditions of the Renaissance. Asymmetry of design, luxuriance of ornament, strange or broken curves or lines, and polychromatic richness were its main features. The word was later extended to the other visual arts of the baroque period, which is generally regarded as having lasted to the middle of the eighteenth century. The best known early exponents are Borromini in architecture, Bernini in sculpture, and Rubens in painting. Rococo (rock-work) is sometimes treated as synonymous with baroque, but is more properly confined to a later development of it, especially in France, lighter and more fanciful, and with ornament even less related to structure. The characteristics of baroque are grandeur, pomposity, and weight; those of rococo are inconsequence, grace, and lightness. Baroque aims at astounding, rococo at amusing.

We understand from the text that ................

A
the term baroque was first used to describe a style in music
B
baroque began as a reaction againist rococo in Italy.
C
rococo was the dominant painting style in Italy
D
the term baroque was coined by French architects
E
application of the term baroque changed over time
Soru 2

The term baroque (misshaped pearl) was applied, at first contemptuously but later respectfully, to a style of architecture that originated in Rome in the early seventeenth century and showed a significant departure from the traditions of the Renaissance. Asymmetry of design, luxuriance of ornament, strange or broken curves or lines, and polychromatic richness were its main features. The word was later extended to the other visual arts of the baroque period, which is generally regarded as having lasted to the middle of the eighteenth century. The best known early exponents are Borromini in architecture, Bernini in sculpture, and Rubens in painting. Rococo (rock-work) is sometimes treated as synonymous with baroque, but is more properly confined to a later development of it, especially in France, lighter and more fanciful, and with ornament even less related to structure. The characteristics of baroque are grandeur, pomposity, and weight; those of rococo are inconsequence, grace, and lightness. Baroque aims at astounding, rococo at amusing.

In the text, Borromini, Bernini, and Rubens are given as examples of -------.

A
prominent Renaissance artists in France
B
renowned advocates of Rococo art
C
famous pioneers of Baroque visual arts
D
well-known pioneers of Rococo painting
E
representatives of Baroque painting
Soru 3

The term baroque (misshaped pearl) was applied, at first contemptuously but later respectfully, to a style of architecture that originated in Rome in the early seventeenth century and showed a significant departure from the traditions of the Renaissance. Asymmetry of design, luxuriance of ornament, strange or broken curves or lines, and polychromatic richness were its main features. The word was later extended to the other visual arts of the baroque period, which is generally regarded as having lasted to the middle of the eighteenth century. The best known early exponents are Borromini in architecture, Bernini in sculpture, and Rubens in painting. Rococo (rock-work) is sometimes treated as synonymous with baroque, but is more properly confined to a later development of it, especially in France, lighter and more fanciful, and with ornament even less related to structure. The characteristics of baroque are grandeur, pomposity, and weight; those of rococo are inconsequence, grace, and lightness. Baroque aims at astounding, rococo at amusing.

The text is mainly about -------.

A
different kinds of architecture observed in the Renaissance period
B
the characteristics of and differences between ‘baroque’ and ‘rococo’
C
the significance of Baroque painting in the history of French art
D
why baroque, as an artistic style, lost its significance in time
E
the transformation of ‘rococo’ during and after the Renaissance period
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