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Question 1: The first of these parodied the preparatory cartoons for grand historical frescoes in the then-new ________.
Westminster AbbeyPalace of WestminsterPalace of WhitehallTower of London

Question 2: The modern meaning refers to both humorous illustrations in print and ________ films.
Stop motionTraditional animationAnimated cartoonAnimation

Question 3: The original meaning was in fine art, where cartoon meant a preparatory ________ for a piece of art, such as a painting or tapestry.
Media (arts)DrawingPrintmakingVisual arts

Question 4: The word cartoon is sometimes used to refer to a ________.
Comic strip formatsComicsNational Cartoonists SocietyComic strip

Question 5: Noteworthy cartoonists in this sense include Charles Schulz, ________, Scott Adams, Mort Walker and Steve Bell.
Eisner AwardBill WattersonCalvin and HobbesComic strip

Question 6: Cartoons by painters, such as the Raphael Cartoons in London and examples by ________, are highly prized in their own right.
Mona LisaLeonardo da Vinci's personal lifeLeonardo da VinciItalian Renaissance painting

Question 7: These are usually shown on ________ or in cinemas and are created by showing illustrated images in rapid succession to give the impression of movement.
Closed captioningVideoTelevisionMechanical television

Question 8: The word cartoon has various meanings, based on several very different forms of ________ and illustration.
SculptureVisual artsFine artPainting

Question 9: Cartoons were typically used in the production of ________, to accurately link the component parts of the composition when painted on damp plaster over a series of days (giornate).
FrescoRomeFlorenceItaly

Question 10: Tapestry cartoons, usually coloured, were followed by eye by the weavers on the ________.
Lancashire LoomCharvet (fabric)LoomPower loom
















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