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In 1886, the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh began to exhibit simple

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In 1886, the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh began to exhibit simple, elegant lines and vivid colors. Art historians explain this change as the incorporation of another culture's artistic tradition and argue on this basis that Van Gogh became interested in Japanese art at this time.

Each of the following, if true, provides some support for the art historians' account described above EXCEPT:


A) Black contours typical of Japanese Yamato-e paintings appear in Van Gogh's work from 1886 on but at no earlier time.

B) Van Gogh's notebooks dating from the inception of his art career until 1885 contain hundreds of sketches for paintings, none of which exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork.

C) A thriving market for Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints existed in Paris, where Van Gogh settled in early 1886.

D) Bridge in the Rain, which Van Gogh painted in 1885, exhibited striking similarities to Sudden Rain at Ohashi Bridge by Japanese print master Hiroshige.

E) Some of Van Gogh's sketches were drawn using a reed shaped into a quill, a traditional Japanese instrument Van Gogh began to use in 1886.

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Well if it's a Japanese quill, then it's likely influenced his paintings. But if you look at the other one, C, I think it says his painting in 1885 was influenced by a Japanese painting then it means his association with Japanese art began before 1886 and hence weakens the historians conclusion.

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Well if it's a Japanese quill, then it's likely influenced his paintings. But if you look at the other one, C, I think it says his painting in 1885 was influenced by a Japanese painting then it means his association with Japanese art began before 1886 and hence weakens the historians conclusion.

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Hi whiplash u misread the question
How did u reject B then ?
B doesnt provide any support at all.
It is mentioned that Art historians explain this change as the incorporation of another culture's artistic tradition but The Art Historians havent expressed any opinion regarding the Date when this change took Place.So this goes against your conclusion
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Well if it's a Japanese quill, then it's likely influenced his paintings. But if you look at the other one, C, I think it says his painting in 1885 was influenced by a Japanese painting then it means his association with Japanese art began before 1886 and hence weakens the historians conclusion.

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Hi whiplash u misread the question
How did u reject B then ?
B doesnt provide any support at all.
It is mentioned that Art historians explain this change as the incorporation of another culture's artistic tradition but The Art Historians havent expressed any opinion regarding the Date when this change took Place.So this goes against your conclusion


Nope there is a reference of time art historians specify "In 1886, the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh began to exhibit simple, elegant lines and vivid colors. Art historians explain this change as the incorporation of another culture's artistic tradition and argue on this basis that Van Gogh became interested in Japanese art at this time."

If you look at the answer choices evryone suggests Van Gogh moved towards artistic tradition of the japs. Only D says that he moed, but only from 1885.

In B it is said that until period ending 1885, there is not ref in his dairy about Jap art, which means he switched to Jap art starting from 1886.
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Good question - I haven't thought of that the timeline mentioned into the question can also play an important role into choosing the answer choice. Great learning....
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I don't see how C supports the argument. I picked C.
it is the same thing as saying that Chicago is a national hub for transportation companies. Here, thousands of transportation companies are active, and the market is expanding. If someone is to open a company in Chicago area, it MUST be in transportation business.
see what flawed assumption we need to make here? it is the same with the argument and option C.
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In 1886, the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh began to exhibit simple, elegant lines and vivid colors. Art historians explain this change as the incorporation of another culture's artistic tradition and argue on this basis that Van Gogh became interested in Japanese art at this time.

Each of the following, if true, provides some support for the art historians' account described above EXCEPT:

A) Black contours typical of Japanese Yamato-e paintings appear in Van Gogh's work from 1886 on but at no earlier time.
B) Van Gogh's notebooks dating from the inception of his art career until 1885 contain hundreds of sketches for paintings, none of which exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork.
C) A thriving market for Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints existed in Paris, where Van Gogh settled in early 1886.
D) Bridge in the Rain, which Van Gogh painted in 1885, exhibited striking similarities to Sudden Rain at Ohashi Bridge by Japanese print master Hiroshige.
E) Some of Van Gogh's sketches were drawn using a reed shaped into a quill, a traditional Japanese instrument Van Gogh began to use in 1886.

Why is Answer choice E wrong ?


Dear Experts, chetan2u & VeritasPrepKarishma

Please explain why option B is incorrect here.

IMO - Option B say Van notebooks until 1885 contain many sketches & none of these were distintive to japanese artwork - means until 1885 van notebooks contain sketches similar to japanese artwork
So This statement weakens the conclusion that -"Van Gogh became interested in Japanese art at this time." as van was interested even before
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prashantbacchewar wrote:
In 1886, the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh began to exhibit simple, elegant lines and vivid colors. Art historians explain this change as the incorporation of another culture's artistic tradition and argue on this basis that Van Gogh became interested in Japanese art at this time.

Each of the following, if true, provides some support for the art historians' account described above EXCEPT:

A) Black contours typical of Japanese Yamato-e paintings appear in Van Gogh's work from 1886 on but at no earlier time.
B) Van Gogh's notebooks dating from the inception of his art career until 1885 contain hundreds of sketches for paintings, none of which exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork.
C) A thriving market for Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints existed in Paris, where Van Gogh settled in early 1886.
D) Bridge in the Rain, which Van Gogh painted in 1885, exhibited striking similarities to Sudden Rain at Ohashi Bridge by Japanese print master Hiroshige.
E) Some of Van Gogh's sketches were drawn using a reed shaped into a quill, a traditional Japanese instrument Van Gogh began to use in 1886.

Why is Answer choice E wrong ?


Dear Experts, chetan2u & VeritasPrepKarishma

Please explain why option B is incorrect here.

IMO - Option B say Van notebooks until 1885 contain many sketches & none of these were distintive to japanese artwork - means until 1885 van notebooks contain sketches similar to japanese artwork
So This statement weakens the conclusion that -"Van Gogh became interested in Japanese art at this time." as van was interested even before


Hi,

You have misread the info from Choice B..
B) Van Gogh's notebooks dating from the inception of his art career until 1885 contain hundreds of sketches for paintings, none of which exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork.
This says that none of the works untill 1885 exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork..
this means that none of the works till 1885 had any similarity to Japenese artwork..
You may have missed out on none of none of which

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smartguy595 wrote:
prashantbacchewar wrote:
In 1886, the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh began to exhibit simple, elegant lines and vivid colors. Art historians explain this change as the incorporation of another culture's artistic tradition and argue on this basis that Van Gogh became interested in Japanese art at this time.

Each of the following, if true, provides some support for the art historians' account described above EXCEPT:

A) Black contours typical of Japanese Yamato-e paintings appear in Van Gogh's work from 1886 on but at no earlier time.
B) Van Gogh's notebooks dating from the inception of his art career until 1885 contain hundreds of sketches for paintings, none of which exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork.
C) A thriving market for Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints existed in Paris, where Van Gogh settled in early 1886.
D) Bridge in the Rain, which Van Gogh painted in 1885, exhibited striking similarities to Sudden Rain at Ohashi Bridge by Japanese print master Hiroshige.
E) Some of Van Gogh's sketches were drawn using a reed shaped into a quill, a traditional Japanese instrument Van Gogh began to use in 1886.

Why is Answer choice E wrong ?


Dear Experts, chetan2u & VeritasPrepKarishma

Please explain why option B is incorrect here.

IMO - Option B say Van notebooks until 1885 contain many sketches & none of these were distintive to japanese artwork - means until 1885 van notebooks contain sketches similar to japanese artwork
So This statement weakens the conclusion that -"Van Gogh became interested in Japanese art at this time." as van was interested even before


Hi,

You have misread the info from Choice B..
B) Van Gogh's notebooks dating from the inception of his art career until 1885 contain hundreds of sketches for paintings, none of which exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork.
This says that none of the works untill 1885 exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork..
this means that none of the works till 1885 had any similarity to Japenese artwork..
You may have missed out on none of none of which


Hi Chetan,

Am still confused.

This says that none of the works untill 1885 exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork..

means 0 of the works untill 1885 exhibit style different to japanese artwork -> all of the works untill 1885 exhibit style similar to japanese art work.

Please advise where am going wrong
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Hi Chetan,

Am still confused.

This says that none of the works untill 1885 exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork..

means 0 of the works untill 1885 exhibit style different to japanese artwork -> all of the works untill 1885 exhibit style similar to japanese art work.

Please advise where am going wrong



Hi,
you are going wrong on meaning part of DISTINCTIVE and DIFFERENT..
Distinctive does not mean different..
Distinctive means something TYPICAL to a particular person or thing..

EXAMPLE- he has got a distinctive style of walking..

So the choice tells you
None of paintings prior to 1885 exhibited any quality distinctive or typical to japenese artwork

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smartguy595 wrote:

Hi Chetan,

Am still confused.

This says that none of the works untill 1885 exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork..

means 0 of the works untill 1885 exhibit style different to japanese artwork -> all of the works untill 1885 exhibit style similar to japanese art work.

Please advise where am going wrong



Hi,
you are going wrong on meaning part of DISTINCTIVE and DIFFERENT..
Distinctive does not mean different..
Distinctive means something TYPICAL to a particular person or thing..

EXAMPLE- he has got a distinctive style of walking..

So the choice tells you
None of paintings prior to 1885 exhibited any quality distinctive or typical to japenese artwork


Hi Chetan,

Thanks a lot!!

My confusion got cleared now :)
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Hi,

Can anyone please explain how E is incorrect ,it says "Some of Van Gogh's sketches were drawn using a reed shaped into a quill, a traditional Japanese instrument Van Gogh began to use in 1886" . Here it says Van draw his sketches using Japanese instrument , an instrument is not artistic tradition or inspiration taken from Japanese art , so why cant this be a correct answer. Please help me understand.

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In 1886, the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh began to exhibit simple, elegant lines and vivid colors. Art historians explain this change as the incorporation of another culture's artistic tradition and argue on this basis that Van Gogh became interested in Japanese art at this time.

Each of the following, if true, provides some support for the art historians' account described above EXCEPT:

A) Black contours typical of Japanese Yamato-e paintings appear in Van Gogh's work from 1886 on but at no earlier time.
B) Van Gogh's notebooks dating from the inception of his art career until 1885 contain hundreds of sketches for paintings, none of which exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork.
C) A thriving market for Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints existed in Paris, where Van Gogh settled in early 1886.
D) Bridge in the Rain, which Van Gogh painted in 1885, exhibited striking similarities to Sudden Rain at Ohashi Bridge by Japanese print master Hiroshige.
E) Some of Van Gogh's sketches were drawn using a reed shaped into a quill, a traditional Japanese instrument Van Gogh began to use in 1886.

Why is Answer choice E wrong ?


Look for an option that shows VG did not become interested in japanese art in 1886

A) Black contours typical of Japanese Yamato-e paintings appear in Van Gogh's work from 1886 on but at no earlier time. This means that he became interested in japanese work from 1886 and not earlier than 1886
B) Van Gogh's notebooks dating from the inception of his art career until 1885 contain hundreds of sketches for paintings, none of which exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork. This shows that he was not influenced by japanese are till 1885. From question stem we know that the influence started seeing in the paintings from 1886 onwards
C) A thriving market for Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints existed in Paris, where Van Gogh settled in early 1886. Due to high demand, he might have included japanese art in his work
D) Bridge in the Rain, which Van Gogh painted in 1885, exhibited striking similarities to Sudden Rain at Ohashi Bridge by Japanese print master Hiroshima. He had japanese art in his works in 1885 itself. This does not strengthens the argument.
E) Some of Van Gogh's sketches were drawn using a reed shaped into a quill, a traditional Japanese instrument Van Gogh began to use in 1886. He started using this instrument in 1886 and not before that.
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prashantbacchewar wrote:
In 1886, the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh began to exhibit simple, elegant lines and vivid colors. Art historians explain this change as the incorporation of another culture's artistic tradition and argue on this basis that Van Gogh became interested in Japanese art at this time.

Each of the following, if true, provides some support for the art historians' account described above EXCEPT:

A) Black contours typical of Japanese Yamato-e paintings appear in Van Gogh's work from 1886 on but at no earlier time.
B) Van Gogh's notebooks dating from the inception of his art career until 1885 contain hundreds of sketches for paintings, none of which exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork.
C) A thriving market for Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints existed in Paris, where Van Gogh settled in early 1886.
D) Bridge in the Rain, which Van Gogh painted in 1885, exhibited striking similarities to Sudden Rain at Ohashi Bridge by Japanese print master Hiroshige.
E) Some of Van Gogh's sketches were drawn using a reed shaped into a quill, a traditional Japanese instrument Van Gogh began to use in 1886.

Why is Answer choice E wrong ?


Look for an option that shows VG did not become interested in japanese art in 1886

A) Black contours typical of Japanese Yamato-e paintings appear in Van Gogh's work from 1886 on but at no earlier time. This means that he became interested in japanese work from 1886 and not earlier than 1886
B) Van Gogh's notebooks dating from the inception of his art career until 1885 contain hundreds of sketches for paintings, none of which exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork. This shows that he was not influenced by japanese are till 1885. From question stem we know that the influence started seeing in the paintings from 1886 onwards
C) A thriving market for Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints existed in Paris, where Van Gogh settled in early 1886. Due to high demand, he might have included japanese art in his work
D) Bridge in the Rain, which Van Gogh painted in 1885, exhibited striking similarities to Sudden Rain at Ohashi Bridge by Japanese print master Hiroshima. He had japanese art in his works in 1885 itself. This does not strengthens the argument.
E) Some of Van Gogh's sketches were drawn using a reed shaped into a quill, a traditional Japanese instrument Van Gogh began to use in 1886. He started using this instrument in 1886 and not before that.




Thanks for your kind response , but as mentioned in option E) Some of Van Gogh's sketches were drawn using a reed shaped into a quill, a traditional Japanese instrument Van Gogh began to use in 1886. He started using this instrument in 1886 and not before that.[/quote]. Even though he started to use the instrument in 1886 , the use of instrument doesn't signify incorporation of other culture artistic tradition in Vincent art .
As per my understanding , in this option the timeline mentioned is correct but it doesn't support the point that Vincent art was influenced by Japanese.

Please help me understand :( . I cant refute option E .

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In 1886, the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh began to exhibit simple, elegant lines and vivid colors. Art historians explain this change as the incorporation of another culture's artistic tradition and argue on this basis that Van Gogh became interested in Japanese art at this time.

Each of the following, if true, provides some support for the art historians' account described above EXCEPT:


A) Black contours typical of Japanese Yamato-e paintings appear in Van Gogh's work from 1886 on but at no earlier time.

B) Van Gogh's notebooks dating from the inception of his art career until 1885 contain hundreds of sketches for paintings, none of which exhibit the style distinctive to Japanese artwork.

C) A thriving market for Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints existed in Paris, where Van Gogh settled in early 1886.

D) Bridge in the Rain, which Van Gogh painted in 1885, exhibited striking similarities to Sudden Rain at Ohashi Bridge by Japanese print master Hiroshige.
To soon! Not 1986, but 1985 ----> so it does not provide support

E) Some of Van Gogh's sketches were drawn using a reed shaped into a quill, a traditional Japanese instrument Van Gogh began to use in 1886.
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