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Question 1: For the project, Kei school worked many sculptures, as ________ supported.
Kamakura shogunateHōjō clanKenmu restorationShikken

Question 2: He is a devout adherent of ________.
XuanzangBodhidharmaPure Land BuddhismGuan Yin

Question 3: Japanese sculpture received the influence of the ________ culture in the 5th century, and received a strong influence from Chinese sculpture afterwards.
Silk RoadSino-Roman relationsHan DynastyTang Dynasty

Question 4: The influence of the Western world was received since the ________.
Meiji periodImperial Japanese NavyShōwa periodTaishō period

Question 5: The art of carving masks for ________ also continued to produce better works in the 17th century.

Question 6: Materials traditionally used were metal—especially ________—and, more commonly, wood, often lacquered, gilded,or brightly painted.

Question 7: Most of the Japanese sculptures derived from the idol worship in Buddhism or animistic rites of ________ deity.
Religion and homosexualityShintoReligionEast Asian religions

Question 8: Video components and ________ developed rapidly from the late 1970s throughout the 1980s.
Willoughby SharpVideo artDigital artVideo installation

Question 9: After ________, sculptors turned away from the figurative French school of Rodin and Maillol toward aggressive modern and avant-garde forms and materials, sometimes on an enormous scale.
Soviet occupationsSecond Sino-Japanese WarWorld War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 10: A profusion of materials and techniques characterized these new experimental sculptures, which also absorbed the ideas of international "op" (________) and "pop" (popular motif) art.
Optical illusionImpossible objectOp artMotion perception


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