Art and Artists 2 - Answers

Published: Tuesday 26th August 2014
  1. In which British seaside town would you find the Barbara Hepworth Museum? St. Ives.
  2. What fruit obscures the face of the man in Magritte's "The Son of Man"? Apple.
  3. Who painted "The Night Watch"? Rembrandt.
  4. The painting "Bubbles" by Millais was used to advertise which product? Pears Soap.
  5. "La Giaconda" by Leonardo da Vinci is another name for what? The Mona Lisa.
  6. What were the first names of painter L S Lowry? Lawrence Stephen.
  7. Where in London would you be able to view Franz Hals "The Laughing Cavalier"? The Wallace Collection.
  8. Which artist's work is displayed in the Clore Gallery of Tate Britain? Turner.
  9. What is the name for a mural painted onto freshly laid lime plaster? Fresco.
  10. In which Italian city can you find the statue "David" by Michelangelo? Florence.
  11. The painting "Ophelia" was by which Pre-Raphaelite artist? John Everett Millais.
  12. The term "Impressionist" was used for the first time to describe which artist? Monet.
  13. What is the term "Op Art" short for? Optical Art.
  14. Who developed the pointillist style in in 1884? Seurat.
  15. What style of architecture is referred to in England as Norman? Romanesque.
  16. Who painted "Mr & Mrs Clark and Percy"? David Hockney.
  17. Who designed the bronze lion statues in London's Trafalgar Square? Edwin Landseer.
  18. Hans Holbein the Younger was Court Painter to which British monarch? King Henry VIII.
  19. Which Saint is depicted in Epstein's statue at Coventry Cathedral? Saint Michael.
  20. Which architect designed the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona? Gaudi.

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