Who was Guiliano Bartoli?
a master artist of his time
a rich Italian patron
What made the master artist change his mind about accepting the new job just before his retirement?
the money that was offered for the job
the disappointment in the patron's eyes
What does this expression mean - the portrait must stay private?
the portrait will be kept under lock and key
the portrait must be kept separately at the artist's home
no one will be allowed to see the portrait
Choose the option which was NOT one of the conditions of the artist.
bed and food
money in florins
portrait must star private
all the three were the conditions of the artist
How did the patron feel at the end of six months?
Under whom did the master artist work as an apprentice?
How absurd, how disgusting! - What has been described thus?
The behaviour of Guiliano Bartoli
The behaviour of Monsieur l'Abbaye
The portrait made on the banquet wall
the colour pigments used in the portrait
Why do you think Monsieur l'Abbaye made such a portrait that angered the patron?
He did not understand his job
He was not happy with the amount that the patron had agreed to pay for the job
He was not a good artist
He made the portrait in the style he wanted to do
What does this expression mean - eyebrows contorted as though bewitched?
the face was twisted as though possessed by an evil spirit
the person had twisted the face and was about to cry
the face wore a comical expression
the person wanted to hide his face behind some bewitched mask
Monsieur l'Abbaye was ___________________.
an artist who was famous for his Cubist expression
an Italian patron who wanted his portrait to be made
a famous painter under whom the master artist worked as an apprentice
none of the above