What do you know about art?

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10 Questions - Developed by: Bruno Dillen - Developed on: - 19.000 taken

Show how much you know of paintings throughout the centuries by filling out this quiz. Was Andy Warhol a romanticist or just gay? Was Pablo Picasso always drunk when he created his paintings and who was it again that cut off his ear (or at least a part of it)?

  • 1
    Who was it again that cut off his ear?
    Pablo Picasso
    Edgar Degas
    Vincent van Gogh
    Claude Monet
  • 2
    Which of the following did Andy Warhol NOT create?
    Marilyn Monroe
    Campbell's Soup Can
    Coca Cola Bottles
  • 3
    "Der Blaue Reiter"-group was a group that originated in Germany in the beginning of the 20th century. What art movement was "der Blaue Reiter" related with?
  • 4
    Which famous European painter painted a pipe and then declared that it was not a pipe?
    Salvador Dali
    Marcel Duchamp
    Joan Miro
    René Magritte
  • 5
    Where can we find paintings such as the Mona Lisa and sculptures such as Michelangelo's David today?
    The Louvre (Paris)
    Museo del Prado (Madrid)
    National Gallery of Art (Washington)
    Tate Gallery (London)
  • 6
    Who painted "American Gothic"?
    Edvard Munch
    Grant Wood
    Jasper Johns
    David Hockney
  • 7
    We all know that Edvard Munch painted "The Scream", but can you also name one of his other paintings?
    Best Buddies
    Swans Reflecting Elephants
    New York Movie
    Summer Night in Aasgarstrand
  • 8
    What was the most expensive painting ever sold at a public auction?
    Irises by Vincent Van Gogh
    Venice Twilight by Claude Monet
    Massacre of the Innocents by Peter Paul Rubens
    Garçon à la Pipe by Pablo Picasso
  • 9
    Which Dutch Baroque painter created "The Night Watch" in 1642?
    Vincent van Gogh
    Peter Paul Rubens
    Anthony van Dyck
  • 10
    Which painting, depicted by Eugène Delacroix, showed the July Revolution that had just brought Louis-Philippe to the French throne?
    An Officer of The Imperial Guards Charging
    Liberty Leading The People

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