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Question 1: [1] The art was further developed into a more polished style during the ________ (960-1279).
Tang DynastyHan DynastyMing DynastySong Dynasty

Question 2: Then, the Korean missionaries in Japan, in helping the Japanese establish a civilized settlement introduced it to ________ in the mid-14th century.
United KingdomCanadaCambodiaJapan

Question 3: Wash painting developed in ________ during the Tang Dynasty (618-907).
ChinaTime in ChinaReligion in ChinaProvince (China)

Question 4: An episode of Nickelodeon's ________, titled "[Save the Crane] [1]," has the characters fly into a Sumi-e painting to rescue a baby crane.
Max and RubyGo, Diego, Go!Wonder PetsNickelodeon (TV channel)

Question 5: Only black ink — the same as used in ________ — is used, in various concentrations.
East Asian calligraphyChinese characterSemi-cursive scriptJapanese calligraphy

Question 6: Wash painting brushes are similar to the brushes used for calligraphy and are traditionally made from ________ with goat, cattle, horse, sheep, rabbit, marten, badger, deer, boar or wolf hair.
KenafAsbestosFlaxBamboo

Question 7: The video game Ōkami, developed by ________ for the PS2 and Wii systems, is done almost entirely in this art style.
Final FightViewtiful JoeStreet FighterCapcom

Question 8: In Western art works on paper in similar techniques are generally classified with ________.
Media (arts)PaintingDrawingVisual arts

Question 9: See ________ for more information on the tools used in both calligraphy and wash painting.
Lower caseCalligraphyBlackletterTypeface

Question 10: Most inksticks are made of either pine or oil soot combined with ________ (Japanese: nikawa).
CollagenAnimal glueProteinGelatin







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