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Question 1: Some of the best known artists of the Florentine School are Brunelleschi, Donatello, Michelangelo, Fra Angelico, ________, Lippi, Masolino, and Masaccio.
Sandro BotticelliLamentation over the Dead Christ (Botticelli)Cestello Annunciation (Botticelli)Madonna and Child with an Angel (Botticelli)

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  'Madonna and Child', tempera and gold on wood panel by an anonymous painter of the Lucchese School, ca. 1200, El Paso Museum of Art
  Umberto Boccioni, Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (1913)
  Finding of the body of St Mark (1548), a painting by Tintoretto, who was part of the Venetian art school.
  Umberto Boccioni, The City Rises (1910)

Question 3: The development of ________ and its introduction to Italy had lasting effects.
PigmentOil paintingLinseed oilOil paint

Question 4: In the mid-fifth century B.C., the most famous Greek artists were Polygnotos, noted for his wall murals, and Apollodoros, the originator of ________.
Old master printChiaroscuroPeter Paul RubensCaravaggio

Question 5: The founder of Futurism and its most influential personality was the Italian writer ________.
MilanFilippo Tommaso MarinettiBenito MussoliniItaly

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Jeanne Hébuterne in Red Shawl by Modigliani.
  The Engineer's Lover by Carlo Carrà.
  Joseph in Egypt by Pontormo.
  Finding of the body of St Mark (1548), a painting by Tintoretto, who was part of the Venetian art school.

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  Metaphysical Interior with Large Factory, by Giorgio De Chirico.
  The Engineer's Lover by Carlo Carrà.
  Metaphysical Interior with Large Factory, by Giorgio De Chirico.
  Finding of the body of St Mark (1548), a painting by Tintoretto, who was part of the Venetian art school.

Question 8: This emotional content in Mannerism is also the beginnings of a movement which would eventually, much later, become ________ in the 19th century.
Abstract expressionismImpressionismExpressionismCubism

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Umberto Boccioni, Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (1913)
  'Madonna and Child', tempera and gold on wood panel by an anonymous painter of the Lucchese School, ca. 1200, El Paso Museum of Art
  Finding of the body of St Mark (1548), a painting by Tintoretto, who was part of the Venetian art school.
  The Uffizi

Question 10: In the sixteenth century Venetian painting was developed through influences from the Paduan School and ________, who introduced the oil painting technique of the van Eyck brothers.
RomeNaplesSicilyAntonello da Messina







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