Art QUIZ questions. Can you get a perfect score?

TRIVIA QUIZ: Art QUIZ questions
TRIVIA QUIZ: Art QUIZ questions

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Art QUIZ questions. Can you get a perfect score?

What kind of questions should you expect? Here are three examples:

    1. What does Pablo Picasso’s painting of Guérnica represent?
    2. Was Frida Kahlo born in Cuba?
    3. In what style does Rembrandt stand out?

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  • Question of

    What does Pablo Picasso’s painting of Guérnica represent?

    • A bullfight.
    • A bombing.
  • Question of

    The Venus de Milo was dug up by a peasant and sold to France at a rather high price.

    • True.
    • False, the price set by the peasant was too low.
  • Question of

    The Myron Discobolus is made of white marble.

    • True.
    • False, it’s made of bronze.
  • Question of

    The Three Graces is a painting by the baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens. Where is it on display?

    • The Louvre Museum in Paris, France.
    • Museo del Prado in Madrid, Spain.
  • Question of

    The work “The Three Graces” is the antithesis of Raphael Sanzio’s previous work “Las Gracias”.

    • True.
    • False.
  • Question of

    Select Edvard Munch’s most famous work.

    • Melancholy
    • The Scream
    • Death of a Bohemian
  • Question of

    Select the painter called the prince of Flemish painters.

    • Peter Paul Rubens.
    • Rafael Sanzio.
  • Question of

    The term Impressionism derives from the title of Claude Monet’s’ work “Impression”.

    • True
    • False
  • Question of

    The famous work of the Austrian painter Gustav Klimt “The Kiss” belongs to the:

    • Modernism
    • Romanticism
  • Question of

    Bernini’s David was sculpted, with great technical virtuosity, when Bernini was 12 years old.

    • True.
    • False, he was 22 years old.
  • Question of

    Frida Kahlo was born in Cuba.

    • True.
    • False, she was born in Mexico.
  • Question of

    What work made Andy Warhol the most sought-after living American artist of the moment?

    • 3 coke bottles.
    • Campbell’s soup cans.
  • Question of

    How many soup cans did Andy Warhol paint?

    • 30
    • 32
    • 34
  • Question of

    Select the father of impressionism.

    • Claude Monet.
    • Auguste Renoir.
    • Edgar Degas.
  • Question of

    Select the place where Michelangelo’s painting “The Creation of Adam” is currently located.

    • The Sistine Chapel.
    • Louvre Museum.
  • Question of

    Select the writer who drowned in the River Ouse.

    • Virginia Woolf.
    • Jane Austen.
    • Sylvia Plath.
  • Question of

    At what age did the Pablo Picasso “artist considered the greatest representative of Cubism” die?

    • At 75 years old.
    • At the age of 60.
    • At 91.
  • Question of

    The Lady with the Ermine is a painting by the Italian Renaissance painter Leonardo da Vinci.

    • True.
    • False, that work belongs to the painter Johannes Vermeer.
  • Question of

    The central theme is the portrait of the Infanta Margarita of Austria. Select the name of the painting that corresponds to that description.

    • The Meninas.
    • The fable of Arachne.
    • Old woman frying eggs.
  • Question of

    In what style does Rembrandt stand out?

    • Baroque
    • Renaissance
    • Rococo
  • Question of

    The Leaning Tower is located in Sicily.

    • True.
    • False, it’s in Tuscany.
  • Question of

    The work “Children eating grapes and melon” was painted by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo.

    • True.
    • False, it belonged to Francisco de Goya.
  • Question of

    Rider’s sculpture is the name given to a sculpture of a man on a horse.

    • True.
    • False, it’s called an equestrian sculpture.
  • Question of

    Select the writer of The Da Vinci Code.

    • Ken Follet.
    • Dan Brown.
    • John Grisham.
  • Question of

    A Fabergé egg is one of the sixty-nine jewels created by Carl Fabergé for:

    • The Tsars of Russia.
    • The Sultans of India.

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