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Question 1: However most of his best prints are ________, many of landscapes; in these he was able most easily to use his drawing style.
MetalworkingBookbindingEtchingStained glass

Question 2: 1480 near Regensburg – 12 February 1538 in Regensburg) was a German painter, printmaker and architect of the Renaissance era, the leader of the Danube School in southern ________, and a near-contemporary of Albrecht Dürer.
PolandGreeceGermanyNetherlands

Question 3: He was a member of the ruling town council in Regensburg for many years, as well as the city ________ and worked on improving the city walls.
ConstructionArchitectArchitectural engineeringDesign-bid-build

Question 4: [1] He also made many fine finished drawings, mostly landscapes, in pen and ________.
PaintingWatercolor paintingVictoria and Albert MuseumPaint

Question 5: He was a significant printmaker with numerous ________ and about ninety-three woodcuts.
CopperGoldEngravingGoldsmith

Question 6: [6] [7] Later he became a Protestant, and helped to steer Regensburg to ________.
Sacramental unionLutheranismProtestant ReformationApostles' Creed

Question 7: Albrecht's brother, Erhard Altdorfer, was also a painter and printmaker in woodcut and engraving, and a pupil of ________.
Albrecht DürerLucas Cranach the ElderMartin LutherProtestant Reformation

Question 8: However his style here is a development of that of a number of miniatures of battle-scenes he had done much earlier for ________ in his illuminated manuscript Triumphal Procession in 1512-14.
Leopold II, Holy Roman EmperorJoseph II, Holy Roman EmperorCharles V, Holy Roman EmperorMaximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor

Question 9: His Landscape with footbridge (________) of 1518-20 is claimed to be the first pure landscape in oil.
British MuseumNational Portrait Gallery (London)National Gallery (London)Victoria and Albert Museum
















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