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Question 1: This regimen was considerably relaxed in 1953, and after the ________ of 1956-57, traditional Chinese painting experienced a significant revival.
Cultural RevolutionCampaign to Suppress CounterrevolutionariesGreat Leap ForwardHundred Flowers Campaign

Question 2: However, after the invention of ________ in the 1st century CE, silk was gradually replaced by the new and cheaper material.
PaperFourdrinier machinePulp (paper)Papermaking

Question 3: The implements were the brush pen, made of animal hair, and black inks made from pine soot and ________.
CollagenProteinGelatinAnimal glue

Question 4: Some ________ socialist realism was imported without modification, and painters were assigned subjects and expected to mass-produce paintings.
East GermanyRussiaSoviet UnionJoseph Stalin

Question 5: It was only during the ________ (403-221 B.C.) that artists began to represent the world around them.
Spring and Autumn PeriodZhou DynastyQin (state)Warring States Period

Question 6: Yi Yuanji achieved a high degree of realism painting animals, in particular monkeys and ________.

Question 7: During the Mongolian ________ (1279–1368), painters joined the arts of painting, poetry, and calligraphy by inscribing poems on their paintings.
Golden HordeMongol EmpireChagatai KhanateYuan Dynasty

Question 8: Perhaps the most beloved modern painter was ________, who began life as a poor peasant and became a great master.
Chinese nameWu ChangshuoChinese surnameQi Baishi

Question 9: In the early years of the People's Republic of China, artists were encouraged to employ ________.
StalinismSocialist realismJoseph StalinEastern Bloc

Question 10: They created a new kind of art in which they used their skills in ________ (the art of beautiful writing) to make ink paintings.
BlackletterLower caseTypefaceCalligraphy

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