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Question 1: The Annunciation (1624) — Whitfield Fine Art, London, ________
LondonMoscowStockholmBerlin

Question 2: Other Italian painters who had an influence on ter Brugghen during his stay in Italy were ________, Domenichino and Guido Reni.
Francesco AlbaniGian Lorenzo BerniniRomeAnnibale Carracci

Question 3: ________ described ter Brugghen's work as "...above that of all the other Utrecht artists."
Marie de' Medici cycleAntwerpPeter Paul RubensThe Descent from the Cross

Question 4: Hendrick Jansz ter Brugghen, or Terbrugghen, (1588 – 1 November 1629) was a Dutch painter, and a leading member of the Dutch followers of ________ — the so-called Dutch Caravaggisti.
Young Sick BacchusCaravaggioAmor Vincit Omnia (Caravaggio)John the Baptist (Caravaggio)

Question 5: Around 1604, however, ter Brugghen travelled to ________ to expand his skills, a rather unusual move for Dutch painters at the time.
SicilyFranceRomeItaly

Question 6: ________ Reproaching Laban (Bible) (1627) — National Gallery, London
IsaacJacobDavidAbraham

Question 7: ________ Tended by Irene (1625) — Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin
Catholic ChurchChristianitySaint SebastianSaint George

Question 8: Esau Selling His Birthright (?) — Bob Jones Museum and Gallery, ________
Florence, South CarolinaSpartanburg, South CarolinaGreenville, South CarolinaColumbia, South Carolina

Question 9: Little is known of the early life of ter Brugghen; he could have been born in ________, but his family seems to have moved to the strongly Catholic Utrecht in the early 1590s.
LeidenSouth HollandRotterdamThe Hague

Question 10: He was in ________ in 1604, and could therefore have been in direct contact with Caravaggio (who fled the city in 1606 on a murder charge).
FlorenceItalyRomeParis







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