Ch19Quiz - 1. Anthony van Dyck painted the English king...

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1. Anthony van Dyck painted the English king Philip IV. (Points :1) True False 2. The French Royal Academy was founded in 1648. (Points :1) True False 3. Velázquez began his career in Seville. (Points :1) True False 4. Vierzenheiligen was a pilgrimage church. (Points :1) True False 5. The Hall of Mirrors is located in the Louvre. (Points :1) True False 6. French town houses are known as hotels. (Points :1) True False 7. The fete champetre is a painting depicting outdoor amusements and entertainments. (Points :1) True False 8. The camera obscura was a device that projected pictures on the wall of a room or on ground glass. (Points :1) True False 9. Louis XVI commissioned the Palace of Versailles. (Points :1) True False 10. Judith was a Carmelite nun and visionary. (Points :1) True False
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11. Tenebrism means painting in "the dark manner." (Points :1) True False 12. Et in Arcadia ego translates to "I, too, in Arcadia." (Points :1) True False 13. Quadri riportati are frescoes painted to simulate framed easel paintings. (Points :1) True False 14. Velázquez's Surrender of Breda illustrates a Dutch victory in the Thirty Years' War. (Points :1) True False 15. Flemish painter Clara Peters specialized in dinner paintings. (Points :1) True False 16. Vermeer's Allegory of Painting includes the figure of Clio, the muse of history. (Points :1) True False 17. Jacques Callot's Miseries of War addresses the English Civil War. (Points :1) True False 18. Louis XIV was known as the Sun King. (Points :1)
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