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Tapestry: Quiz


Question 1: Embroidery and Tapestry Weaving, by Grace Christie, 1912, from ________.
Project GutenbergGoogle BooksAmazon KindleProject Gutenberg Australia

Question 2: Kilims and ________ are also types of tapestry work.
Rug hookingKuba Rugs and CarpetsCarpetNavajo rug

Question 3: In the 19th century, ________ resurrected the art of tapestry-making in the medieval style at Merton Abbey.
Morris & Co.William MorrisEdward Burne-JonesJohn Henry Dearle

Question 4: Over time, the craft expanded to ________ and the Netherlands.
United KingdomCanadaFranceItaly

Question 5: The Bayeux Tapestry, which depicts the events surrounding the ________; note that this is not (strictly speaking) a tapestry, but is instead embroidery.
BulverhytheBattle of HastingsSilverhill, East SussexNorman conquest of England

Question 6: The principles articulated by Chevreul also apply to contemporary television and computer displays, which use tiny dots of red, green and blue (________) to render color.
Color photographyRGB color modelDigital photographyDigital camera

Question 7: Morris and Company  made successful series of tapestries for home and ecclesiatical uses, with figures based on cartoons by ________.
John RuskinEdward Burne-JonesMorris & Co.William Morris

Question 8: Tapestry is a form of textile art, woven on a vertical ________.
Charvet (fabric)Power loomLoomLancashire Loom

Question 9: The tapestries formerly belonged to the ________ and are now in the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Duke of ManchesterDuke of DevonshireDuke of BedfordDuke of Norfolk

Question 10: The six-part piece La Dame à la Licorne (The Lady and the Unicorn), stored in l'Hôtel de Cluny, ________.
ParisÉvry, EssonneVersaillesMarseille


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