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Glass in Art & Architecture Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. What period saw the establishment of large workshops for stained glass and artisan guilds for their craftsmen?

Question 2 2. Likely the first production of stained glass came from the _____.

Question 3 3. Romanesque stained glass primarily used _____ to color the glass.

Question 4 4. Who commissioned most of the stained glass work during the Gothic Period?

Question 5 5. Why were the stained glass panels from the early Gothic Revival so poor in quality?

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Question 6 6. The first glassmaking process that gave distortion free glass was the _____.

Question 7 7. Glassmakers found that adding certain ingredients could give the glass color. What ingredient takes the color out of glass?

Question 8 8. There are two types of glass formed in nature. What are they?

Question 9 9. What ingredient makes up more than half of the recipe to make glass?

Question 10 10. Which glass innovation allowed walls and ceilings to be made of glass?

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Question 11 11. When and where was the process for making crown glass invented?

Question 12 12. What's one advantage of cylinder glass over crown glass?

Question 13 13. In terms of the process of blowing glass, what is a 'gob' or a 'gather'?

Question 14 14. Which of the following statements about the production of crown and cylinder glass is NOT true?

Question 15 15. Which of the following is one of the steps in the process of making crown glass?

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Question 16 16. Glass is known as an amorphous solid. What does that term mean?

Question 17 17. What does the term 'annealing' mean with respect to glass production?

Question 18 18. Which of the following statements about the processes for making rolled glass and flash glass is NOT true?

Question 19 19. Which of the following is one reason someone might choose to make a flashed glass object?

Question 20 20. You are a designer creating a new wall for a bathroom shower. You choose to use a sheet of glass with a pattern pressed into it. It's decorative but also provides some privacy when someone uses the shower. What kind of glass is it?

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Question 21 21. Before float glass, what kind of glass was used in windows and other applications requiring a perfectly clear pane of glass?

Question 22 22. Pilkington invented the float glass process, but who invented the plate glass process?

Question 23 23. What material did Pilkington finally use to allow float glass to cool into a perfect piece of glass?

Question 24 24. What honor did Alastair Pilkington receive for inventing float glass?

Question 25 25. What was the advantage of sheet glass over plate glass?

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Question 26 26. Who did Edward Burne-Jones meet at Oxford, with whom he shared a love of poetry and medieval art?

Question 27 27. The _____ were a group of painters inspired by medieval art and lore. They looked to the past for inspiration and rejected the academic art popular in England at the time.

Question 28 28. The early career of Edward Burne-Jones was influenced by a variety of experiences and ideas. Which of the following was one of them?

Question 29 29. In which of Burne-Jones's paintings does a wooden figure of Christ come to life?

Question 30 30. With respect to Edward Burne-Jones and his work with stained glass, what is a cartoon?

Glass in Art & Architecture Chapter Exam Instructions

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