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Question 1: Another work of Mantegna's later years was the so-called Madonna della Vittoria, now in the ________.
LouvrePavillon de FloreTuileries PalaceLouvre Palace

Question 2: ________ took from Mantegna the use of decorations with festoons and fruit.
Leonardo da Vinci's personal lifeMona LisaItalian Renaissance paintingLeonardo da Vinci

Question 3: 1451–1453) - Tempera on canvas transferred from wood, 40 x 55,6 cm, ________, New York
Museum of Modern ArtUnited StatesWestern paintingMetropolitan Museum of Art

Question 4: This series was almost entirely lost in the 1944 allied bombings of ________.
MonselicePaduaEste, ItalyAbano Terme

Question 5: Starting from the faint cupola of the Camera degli Sposi, ________ brought on his master and collaborator's research in perspective constructions, producing eventually a masterwork like the dome of Cathedral of Parma.
Antonio da CorreggioRomeGian Lorenzo BerniniAndrea Mantegna

Question 6: 1485) - Panel, 88 x 70 cm, Pinacoteca di Brera, ________
Corbetta, ItalyItalyRomeMilan

Question 7: At the time, Mantegna was said to be a favorite pupil; Squarcione taught him the ________, and instructed him to study fragments of Roman sculpture.
Old LatinLatinRoman EmpireVulgar Latin

Question 8: Mantegna only known sculpture is a "Sant'Eufemia" in the Cathedral of Irsina, ________.
ItalyBasilicataCalabriaSicily

Question 9: He spent the rest of his life in Verona, Mantua and Rome; it has not been confirmed that he also stayed in Venice and ________.
NaplesItalyGenoaFlorence

Question 10: 1459) - Tempera on wood, 63 x 80 cm, National Gallery, ________
StockholmLondonBerlinMoscow
















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