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Just Picture This

Created by Eagle9a

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Just Picture This game quiz
"Here's a quick trip into the world of art and artists with some colourful questions."

15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit  

1. Let's get some paint on the canvas with an easy one to start. In which art gallery is "The Mona Lisa" displayed?
    The Tate, London
    The Louvre, Paris
    The Uffizi, Florence
    The Borghese, Rome

2. No need to shout: even with one ear, he can probably still hear you, and he will tell you that he painted the famous "Sunflowers". Who is he?
    Van Dyke
    Van Gogh
    Van Broke
    Claude Monet

3. As we wander through Rome towards Vatican City, I am excited at the prospect of seeing the wonderful ceiling in the Sistine Chapel. For the life of me I can't remember who was responsible for this work of art: can you help me out?
    Da Vinci

4. Many artists go through different phases in their painting career, so tell me, who had Blue and Rose periods?
    Vincent Van Gogh
    Edouard Manet
    Claude Monet
    Pablo Picasso

5. On our return to Italy, we decide to view Michelangelo's original statue of David. To which city should we travel?

6. Let us now venture to the United Kingdom and in particular the county of Suffolk. Here we try to locate "The Hay Wain", "Flatford Mill" and "Dedham Vale". These objects are included in which artist's works?

7. Some may say that this artist's works were mildly pornographic, others will argue that his paintings of full-bodied women formed only a small part of his overall portfolio, which also included portraits, landscapes, historical portrayals and altar pieces. To whom are we referring?

8. Not all art consists of paintings and statues. For example, the animated sketches in Monty Python's Flying Circus are considered to be classic. Can you remember which member of the team was responsible?
    John Cleese
    Terry Gilliam
    Eric Idle
    Michael Palin

9. Talking of modern art, in Britain an annual award is given for work which is classified as "contemporary". What is the name given to this controversial award?
    The Turner Prize
    The Tate Prize
    The "Can You Guess What It Is?" Prize
    The Whistler Prize

10. Our final destination is Paris, France, where we hope to see a world-famous sculpture of a man contemplating life. Who created the masterpiece now known as "The Thinker"?

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Compiled Jun 28 12