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Antonio da Correggio: Quiz


Question 1: Here, he befriended Michelangelo Anselmi, a prominent ________ painter.
Western art historyBaroqueMannerismRenaissance

Question 2: Camera di San Paolo (1519) - Frescoes, Nunnery of St Paul, ________
Salsomaggiore TermeBardi, ItalyParmaFidenza

Question 3: Virgin and Child with an Angel (Madonna del Latte) (date unknown) - Oil on wood, 68 x 56 cm, Museum of Fine Arts, ________

Question 4: The Martyrdom is also remarkable for resembling later ________ compositions such as Bernini's (Truth) and Ercole Ferrata's (Death of Saint Agnes), showing a gleeful saint entering martyrdom.
MannerismBaroqueWestern art historyRenaissance

Question 5: Corregio's illusionistic experiments, in which imaginary spaces replace the natural reality, seem to prefigure many elements of Mannerist and ________ stylistic approaches.
Western art historyBaroqueRenaissanceMannerism

Question 6: In the 18th and 19th centuries, his works were often remembered in the diaries of foreign visitors to Italy, which led to a reevaluation of his art during the period of ________.
Friedrich NietzscheArthur SchopenhauerGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelRomanticism

Question 7: Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine (1526–27) - Wood, 105 x 102 cm, Musée du Louvre, ________
MarseilleVersaillesParisÉvry, Essonne

Question 8: Leda and the Swan, now in Staatliche Museen of ________, is a tumult of incidents: in the centre Leda straddles a swan, and on the right, a shy but satisfied maiden.

Question 9: Leda with the Swan (1531–32) - Oil canvas, 152 x 191 cm, Staatliche Museen, ________

Question 10: In addition to the influence of Costa, there are echoes of Mantegna's style in his work, and a response to ________, as well.
Leonardo da Vinci's personal lifeLeonardo da VinciMona LisaItalian Renaissance painting

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