Quiz: The Ultimate Stained Glass Quiz
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The Ultimate Stained Glass Quiz
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About This Quiz

A very beautiful art form, stained glass has been around for almost a thousand years. In the 19th century, designers like Tiffany elevated stained glass making into a popular art form, not just a religious one. Take our quiz and see how much you know about the history and technique of stained glass art making.

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The art of stained glass making was originated by which early culture?
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Early stained glass windows were created for the:
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Examples of early stained glass windows created for the Church are:
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Stained glass can be used for lamps and light fixtures. Kazuhide Yoshikawa created lampshades shaped as:
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The first report of stained glass as an art form is in the:
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During which generally stagnant period in European history did the art of making stained glass windows for churches really take off?
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The oldest existing stained glass window is in:
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Which famous decorative glass and lamp maker helped fuel a renewed interest in stained glass making?
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Louis Comfort Tiffany introduced the_____method to the art of stained glass making.
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The main raw material in glass is:
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Which of the following are added to silica when making glass to cause it to melt more slowly?
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_____ are added to the melted silica to give it various colors.
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_____is made by using a blowpipe to create a glass cylinder.
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The home of an upside down stained glass dome is:
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Table glass is also known as:
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Textured or pressed glass is created by a method similar to:
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A major drawback of colored glass was that it was usually:
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Molded glass is created using a mold to create glass:
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Which of the following is the most important tool of the stained glass artist?
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Which of the following is a method used by glass artists to modify glass?
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