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Quiz Bowl - Art

Study tool for HS Quiz Bowl, focusing on classic artworks and artists.

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Painter of "The Scream" Edvard Munch
Name of painting and artist depicting the Nazi aerial attack of April 1937 over the Basque city from which the work draws its title, represented by a flower in the lower center and a light bulb over a horse which is screaming toward a bull on the left Painting: Guernica Artist: Pablo Picasso
Known for his sparse geometric paintings, like Black Square and the White on White series; credited as the founder of Suprematism Kasimir Malevich
Painter of "Satan Devouring His Children" Francisco de Goya
Painter of "The Elephants" Salvador Dali
Artist: Corde Sensible Rene Magritte
Painter of "Geopoliticus Child" Salvador Dali
Painting: American Gothic (showing two lethargic-faced elderly folks in front of a barn) Grant Wood
Painting: Liberty Leading the People Eugene Delacroix
Painting: School of Athens Raphael
Painting: Las Meninas Diego Velazquez
Painting: Galatea of the Spheres Salvador Dali
Painting: Primavera Sandro Botticelli
Painting: Impression: Sunrise Monet
Painting: Luncheon on the Grass Edouard Manet
Painting: The Arnolfini Wedding Jan Van Eyck
Painting: The Birth of Venus (showing the goddess emerging from a shell on the coast of a sea) Sandro Botticelli
Painting: The Persistence of Memory (showing melted clocks slipping off of surfaces, believed to be the visual representation of Einstein's Theory of Relativity) Salvador Dali
Sculpture: The Kiss Auguste Rodin
Painting: Crucifixion Salvador Dali
Painting: Arrangement in Grey and Black, no. 1: The Artist's Mother Whistler
Painting: Nighthawks Edward Hopper
Sculpture: The Thinker Auguste Rodin
Painting: Primavera (Spring) Sandro Botticelli
Painting: On Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee around a Pomegranate a Second Before Awakening Salvador Dali
Sculpture: Perseus With the Head of Medusa Benvenuto Cellini
Name 1636 Peter Paul Rubens painting, celebrated previously abandoned prince who sparked Trojan War The Judgment of Paris
Equestrian Statue at Padua; assisted Brunelleschi in measuring the dimensions of the Pantheon (give artist) Donatello
Massive sculpture depicting a scene from Dante's Inferno, containing famous sculpture The Thinker (sculpter: Rodin). The Gates of Hell
Painted Death of the Virgin, Entombment, and David with the Head of Goliath Caravaggio
City that is home to the Gugenheim (extremely famous art museum) Bilbao
Painting: Pieta ("Pieta" is the term given to any depiction of Mary mourning over the body of Jesus, such as the visual represented in this painting) Michelangelo
Sculpture: Bird in Space Constantin Brancusi
Painting: Les Demoiselles d'Avignon Pablo Picasso
Sculpture: The Ecstacy of Saint Teresa Bernini
Painting: Christina's World Wyeth
Name the 5 Orders of Architecture Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, Tuscan, and Composite
Give the architect that constructed the building, Fallingwater Frank Lloyd Wright
Style of architecture whose name originated as a term of disapproval by Renaissance humanists who viewed it a barbaric invention of a certain Germanic tribe Gothic
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