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Question 1: Pieter van den Broecke, by ________
Dutch Golden Age paintingPortrait paintingFrans HalsAdriaen Brouwer

Question 2: These are home to many birds and insects and the largest Pipistrelle bat roost in ________.
LondonBerlinStockholmMoscow

Question 3: There is also a collection of shoe buckles, jewellery and ________.
Portrait miniatureVictoria and Albert MuseumNicholas HilliardSelf-portrait

Question 4: There are sculptures by ________, Henry Moore and Reg Butler in the gardens near the house.
Ben NicholsonLondonEnglandBarbara Hepworth

Question 5: ________ London 4: North.
Edward HubbardPevsner Architectural GuidesNikolaus PevsnerColin McWilliam

Question 6: The estate has a designed landscape with gardens near the house, probably originally designed by ________, contrasting with some surrounding woodland, and the naturalistic Hampstead Heath to the south.
EnglandNorwichHumphry ReptonLancelot "Capability" Brown

Question 7: In 1754 it was bought by ________.
Bonar LawWilliam Murray, 1st Earl of MansfieldRobert WalpoleSpencer Perceval

Question 8: 'The Guitar Player' by ________
Johannes VermeerDutch Golden Age paintingThe Milkmaid (Vermeer)Han van Meegeren

Question 9: The house was the subject of a Margaret Calkin James poster in the 1930s, and was seen by many commuters on the ________.
Bank-Monument stationLondon UndergroundLiverpool Street stationKing's Cross St. Pancras tube station

Question 10: Thomas Gainsborough, 'Portrait of Countess Howe' (see ________)
Richard Howe, 1st Earl HoweJohn Fisher, 1st Baron FisherDavid Beatty, 1st Earl BeattyCharles Adam
















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