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Question 1: ________ - by Arturo Di Modica, in Bowling Green park near Wall Street in New York City
Lower ManhattanNew York Stock ExchangeCharging BullBroadway (New York City)

Question 2: ________ - relief panels of his Victory at Cape St Vincent, and Death
Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount NelsonHMS Agamemnon (1781)Napoleonic WarsHMS Victory

Question 3: Their strength and ductility (lack of brittleness) is an advantage when figures in action are to be created, especially when compared to various ________ or stone materials (see marble sculpture for several examples).
Ceramic materialsSolidCeramicCeramic engineering

Question 4: ________, at Carlton House Terrace, London, England
George V of the United KingdomEdward VII of the United KingdomEdward VIII of the United KingdomGeorge VI of the United Kingdom

Question 5: Modern statuary bronze is 90% ________ and 10% tin; older bronze alloys varied only slightly from this composition.

Question 6: Often a ________ master will be made from this mold for further refinement.

Question 7: ________, in Trafalgar Square, London, England
Dudley PoundDavid Beatty, 1st Earl BeattyAndrew Cunningham, 1st Viscount Cunningham of HyndhopeLouis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma

Question 8: Making bronzes is highly skilled work, and a number of distinct casting processes may be employed, including lost-wax casting (and its modern-day spin-off ________), sand casting and centrifugal casting.
Full-mold castingLost-foam castingCasting defectInvestment casting

Question 9: Shepherd and Sheep by ________ Paternoster Square
Dorothy HodgkinMargot FonteynDaphne du MaurierElisabeth Frink

Question 10: ________ is the most popular metal for cast metal sculptures; a cast bronze sculpture is often called simply a "bronze".

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