Trivia questions with answers about things like Coca-Cola, Egypt, Salvador Dali, Rembrandt, and more.
Which artist made his name with paintings of soup cans and Coca-Cola
A: Andy Warhol.
Who designed the largest Protestant church in England, St Paul's
A: Christopher Wren.
In which country can you see the Sphinx?
Who was the leading exponent of the 'kitchen sink' school of painters
whose work in the 1950s concentrated on working-class domestic life?
A: John Bratby.
What was the extravagant style of art and architecture that dominated
"Europe during most of the 17th century?
Who became potter to King George III in 1806?
A: Josiah Spode.
Which French Impressionist painter was famous for his studies of
ballet, horse racing, and young women working?
Who painted The Persistence of Memory?
A: Salvador Dali.
Which 17th century artist painted more than 60 self-portraits?
Who painted The anatomy lesson of Dr Tulp?
In front of which French art gallery is there a large glass pyramid
designed by I M Pei?
A: The Louvre.
What nationality was Picasso?
Which famous painter and sculptor was also an architect and engineer
to Cesare Borgia?
A: Leonardo de Vinci.
Of what type of artist is Kandinsky generally regarded as the first?
How many paintings did Van Gogh sell in his lifetime?
Which artist was featured in the film A Bigger Splash?
A: David Hockney.
Which English architect's masterpiece is the Banqueting House in
A: Inigo Jones.
Which English sculptress exhibited her Mother and Child in 1930?
A: Barbara Hepworth.
Which Dutch graphic artist painted pictures of visual paradoxes and
A: M C Escher.
Which Italian artist included a picture of Halley's comet in a fresco
of the Nativity story?
In which Italian town was the artist Leonardo born?
Which Dutch painter cut off part of his ear after a quarrel?
A: Vincent van Gogh.
Which famous portrait painter's sitters include Mrs. Siddons, Dr
Johnson, Sheridan, and royalty?
Which American artist was a pioneer of Abstract Expressionism, and a
leading exponent of action painting?
A: Jackson Pollock.
What nationality was the painter Goya?
Whose sculptures include The Thinker?
A: Auguste Rodin.
Which European capital city has the Atomium, and iron model of an
atom enlarged many billions of times?
Which American painter is famous for capturing the loneliness of city life in the thirties and forties? A: Edward Hopper.
Which French artist painted Napoleon Crossing the Alps in 1800?
A: Jacques Louis David.
Who drew a rhinoceros without ever seeing one?
A: Albrecht Durer.
Which English artist was famous for his industrial Lancashire
townscapes filled with matchstick figures?
A: L S Lowry.
Who painted The Scream?
A: Edvard Munch.
Who illustrated Alice's Adventures in Wonderland?
What is the title of the painting by Picasso inspired by the bombing
of civilians in the Spanish Civil War?
Which English landscape artist painted The Fighting Temeraire and
Rain, Steam and Speed?
A: J M W Turner.
Which Italian fresco painter is famous for his Adoration of the Magi?
Whose paintings Raising of the Cross and Descent from the Cross are
in Antwerp Cathedral?
Which collection is exhibited at Hertford House, London?
A: The Wallace Collection.
What is the collective name for the three goddesses who are said to
be the personifications of pleasure, charm and beauty?
A: The Graces.
Which composer based an opera on the book The man who mistook his
wife for a hat?
A: Michael Nyman.