Some sample questions from this category:
* In Velasquez's "The Feast of Bacchus", he achieves a distinctly comic effect by pairing the God of wine with these rather incongrous companions.
* Velasquez's famous painting of "Venus at the Mirror", in the National Gallery in London, was seriously damaged in 1914, though it has been satisfactorily repaired. In what rather unusual way did the damage occur?
* Velasquez's highly unusual painting of Mars, the god of war, depicts him in this atypical attitude.
* One of Velasquez's greatest religious paintings depicts this apostle and evangelist depicted in exile on the island of Patmos, where he wrote the "Book of Revelation".
* What is notable about Velasquez's beautiful "Lady With a Fan"?