Even though this blog is on a semi-permanent hiatus due to me finally being an adult and having a job, I couldn’t let another year of AP Art History students go by without sharing my AP Art History Crash Course. Now in its third year, this (semi) comprehensive review over the next three days will feature key artworks students should know for the exam, along with study questions for you to think about while reviewing.
Please note that there is no answer key for the questions: they’re for your benefit, so if you don’t know an answer, do some research to figure it out!
As someone who took the exam way back in high school, I also have a list of tips and tricks for taking the exam, including some helpful dos and donts. Please remember to always listen to your teacher over me, though.
One last tip: the Cave to Canvas homepage is a great study guide—the artist, title, and dates of artworks won’t appear until you mouse over the yellow box below, so treat it like a set of flashcards to quiz yourself with.
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