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Question 1: For ________ in Prague, he first used a French architect, and then the German Peter Parler.
KrakówGothic architectureStrasbourg CathedralSt. Vitus Cathedral

Question 2: The Parement of Narbonne by the French Master of the Parement, 1364-78, a painted silk altar frontal with ________ of the King and Queen
MosaicJustinian IDonor portraitEarly Middle Ages

Question 3: In the fifteenth century the cities of Flanders, especially ________, came to outstrip Paris as a centre of both manuscript illumination and panel painting.

Question 4: Jean de Vaudetar, chamberlain of king ________, presents his gift of a manuscript to the King, 1372.
John II of FrancePhilip II of FranceCharles V of FranceHenry VI of England

Question 5: International Gothic is a phase of Gothic art which developed in Burgundy, ________, France and northern Italy in the late 14th century and early 15th century.
MoraviaBohemiaCzech RepublicPrague

Question 6: In Burgundy Jean Malouel, Melchior Broederlam and Henri Bellechose were succeeded by Robert Campin and ________ who took Early Netherlandish painting in the direction of greater illusionism.
Arnolfini PortraitMadridAnnunciation (van Eyck, Washington)Jan van Eyck

Question 7: This and family relationships gave him intimate links with the various courts of France, including that of the ________, and from 1363 the separate Valois Duchy of Burgundy under Philip the Bold.
Protestant ReformationWestern SchismCrusadesAvignon Papacy

Question 8: ________ with Adoration of the Magi in the central panel.
Life of ChristNativity of Jesus in artLife of the VirginMary (mother of Jesus)

Question 9: The Visconti Hours from ________ was a key work, as was the Wenceslas Bible (with the text in German) of Charles IV's son.
Corbetta, ItalyRomeMilanItaly

Question 10: Royal marriages such as that between Richard II of England and ________ also helped to spread the style.
Catherine of ValoisIsabella of ValoisAnne of BohemiaIsabella of France

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