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Tempera: Quiz


Question 1: Zallinger, George Tooker, Robert Vickrey, Peter Hurd, and ________.
Andrew WyethN.C. WyethJamie WyethWinslow Homer

Question 2: Many of the ________ use tempera, sometimes in combination with encaustic.
AlexandriaFayum mummy portraitsEgyptiansBritish Museum

Question 3: Tempera painting starts with placing a small amount of the ________ paste onto a palette, dish or bowl and adding about an equal volume of the binder and mixing.

Question 4: For example, every surviving panel painting by ________ is egg tempera.
Sistine ChapelSt. Peter's BasilicaSistine Chapel ceilingMichelangelo

Question 5: In this respect the colors of an unvarnished tempera painting resemble a ________, although the color deepens if a varnish is applied.
PastelMedia (arts)Watercolor paintingDrawing

Question 6: Tempera painting continues to be used in Greece and Russia where it is the required medium for Orthodox ________.
Byzantine IconoclasmHagia SophiaByzantine EmpireIcon

Question 7: Oil replaced tempera as the principal medium used for creating artworks during the 15th century in ________ in northern Europe.
BelgiumRenaissanceEarly Netherlandish paintingRenaissance in the Low Countries

Question 8: Oil paint, which may have originated in ________ between the 5th and 9th Centuries[1] and migrated westward in the Middle Ages[2] eventually superseded tempera.
Central Intelligence AgencyNon-Aligned MovementNATOAfghanistan

Question 9: Although tempera has been out of favor since the Late Renaissance and ________ eras, it has been periodically rediscovered by such later artists such as William Blake, the Nazarenes, the Pre-Raphaelites, and Joseph Southall.
BaroqueRococoWestern art historyMannerism

Question 10: ________, Tempera and gold on wood, 1503-1505
The Deposition (Raphael)Transfiguration (Raphael)Baronci AltarpieceRaphael


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