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Question 1: ________. Retrieved 2007-08-21.
Victoria and Albert MuseumNational Gallery (London)Wallace CollectionBritish Museum

Question 2: They copied for ________ on a small scale many of his famous pictures by the old masters.
James I of EnglandCharles I of EnglandCharles II of EnglandJames II of England

Question 3: From the mid-nineteenth century the development of ________ and photography contributed to the decline in popularity of the miniatures.
CameraGelatin silver processDaguerreotypePhotographic developer

Question 4: Portrait miniatures began to flourish in 16th century ________ and the art was practiced during the 17th century and 18th century.
EuropeWestern EuropeBalkansEastern Europe

Question 5: He spent much of his time in Paris and ________, and very little is known of his career.
Eighty Years' WarAmsterdamNetherlandsHolland

Question 6: Hilliard worked for a while in ________, and he is probably identical with the painter alluded to in 1577 as Nicholas Belliart.
ItalyFranceCanadaUnited Kingdom

Question 7: The portrait miniature developed from the illuminated manuscript, which had been superseded for the purposes of book illustration by printmaking techniques such as woodcut and ________.

Question 8: Jean Petitot 1607–1691 was the greatest worker in this material, and painted his finest portraits in Paris for ________.
Louis XIII of FranceHouse of BourbonLouis XIV of FranceLouis XV of France

Question 9: The first famous native English portrait miniaturist is ________ (c.
Portrait miniatureElizabethan eraNicholas HilliardEngland

Question 10: The Spanish painter ________ is known to have executed a few miniatures.
Francisco GoyaWilliam BlakeEugène DelacroixCaspar David Friedrich


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