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Stained glass: Quiz


Question 1: Stained glass, as an art form, reached its height in the ________ when it became a major pictorial form and was used to illustrate the narratives of the Bible to a largely illiterate populace.
Middle AgesHigh Middle AgesLate Middle AgesEarly Middle Ages

Question 2: They are known as bull's eyes and are feature of late 19th century domestic ________ and are sometimes also used with cathedral glass or quarry glass in non-pictorial church windows of that date.
Stained glassArt NouveauJames Powell and SonsLeadlight

Question 3: ________, in England- 11th-15th century glass
York MinsterWells CathedralSt Albans CathedralChester Cathedral

Question 4: Daniel from ________ Cathedral, early 12th c.
MemmingenKempten im AllgäuAugsburgKaufbeuren

Question 5: An alabaster window in ________, Italy
FlorenceFra AngelicoRomeOrvieto Cathedral

Question 6: ________ abstraction by Theo van Doesburg, Netherlands (1917)
Art NouveauBauhausCubismDe Stijl

Question 7: The design of a window may be non-figurative or figurative; may incorporate narratives drawn from the ________, history, or literature; may represent saints or patrons, or use symbolic motifs, in particular armorial.
Nevi'imBibleBiblical canonChristianity and Judaism

Question 8: The west windows of England's ________, by Tony Hollaway, are some of the most notable examples of symbolic work.
Manchester CathedralWells CathedralYork MinsterRipon Cathedral

Question 9: Benedict Biscop's monasteries in Monkwearmouth and ________ have revealed hundreds of pieces of coloured glass and lead from as early as 680 CE.
Sunderland, Tyne and WearSouth ShieldsGatesheadJarrow

Question 10: Many of the distinctive types of glass invented by Tiffany are demonstrated within this single small panel including "fracture-streamer glass" and "________".
Irving Wightman ColburnFavrile glassArc InternationalTiffany glass

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