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Question 1: ________, which became prominent in the 1920s and 1930s, had a number of prominent women artists, including Leonora Carrington, Kay Sage, Dorothea Tanning, and Remedios Varo.
DadaColor FieldSurrealismAbstract expressionism

Question 2: One of the most famous embroideries of the Medieval period is the Bayeux Tapestry, of cloth embroidered with wool that is 230 feet long and which narrates the ________ and the Norman Conquest of England.
Ore, East SussexBattle of HastingsSilverhill, East SussexBulverhythe

Question 3: Helen Frankenthaler worked with ________ in the Abstract Expressionist movement.
Édouard ManetJackson PollockPaul CézanneLee Krasner

Question 4: One such shift was a move toward ________, a philosophy affirming the dignity of all people, that became central to Renaissance thinking and helped raise the status of women.
David HumeHumanismAtheismImmanuel Kant

Question 5: Ancient references by Homer, ________, and Virgil mention the roles of prominent women in textiles, poetry, and music and other cultural activities, without discussion of individual artists in the culture.
Mark AntonyPompeyCiceroJulius Caesar

Question 6: ________ created the industrial photographs that were featured on the cover and in the lead article of the first Life Magazine.
United StatesMargaret Bourke-WhiteEuropeRussia

Question 7: In the ________ era, Hildreth Meiere made large-scale mosaics and was the first woman honored with the Fine Arts Medal of the American Institute of Architects.
Art NouveauDe StijlArt DecoBrutalist architecture

Question 8: ________ based her photography on outsiders to mainstream society.
Parsons The New School for DesignAlfred StieglitzAllan ArbusDiane Arbus

Question 9: "For about three thousand years, the women - and only the women - of ________ have been making devotional paintings of the gods and goddesses of the Hindu pantheon.
BundelkhandAyodhyaRamaMithila

Question 10: The illustrations in the ________, as exemplified in the first illustration, showing Hildegarde experiencing visions while seated in the monastery at Bingen, differ greatly from others created in Germany during the same period.
SciviasChristChristian theologyApostle (Christian)







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