Jeopardy ART & ARTISTS Questions

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Intonaco is the final smooth coat of plaster spread onto a wall in the buon' or true type of this painting technique

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A circa 1620 portrait of Cornelis van der Geest shows the pointy beard that bears this artist's name

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As a type of ink this brown pigment secreted by cuttlefish has been around since at least ancient Roman times

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High Cliff Coast of Maine is a typical work by this American

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Born in 1577 and named for two saints he's the Flemish master seen here in a self-portrait

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His home & gardens in Giverny have been open to the public since 1980

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He hadn't yet invented Pointillism when he did the painting seen here his first large-scale work

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You can see his Jane Avril Leaving the Moulin Rouge at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford

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The painting seen here is one of eight scenes that make up this Brit's A Rake's Progress

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Poussin & Leonardo each painted an Adoration of the biblical trio known by this 4-letter name

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14th Street at 6th Avenue was created under the auspices of the WPA part of this 1930s government program

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German artist Max Ernst married a girl named Peggy who came from this art-loving American family

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In Santa Maria Della Vittoria you can see how Bernini depicted not the agony but this of St. Teresa

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He likened crawling Christina Olson the subject of his famed 1948 painting to a crab on a New England shore

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Franz Pforr was one of the 19th century Nazarenes so called for their interest in the era of this book as in Franz' work here

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His 1863 Luncheon on the Grass caused scandal in France; hope you don't confuse him with another artist

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One of his first great works done after moving to Spain was The Disrobing of Christ from the late 1570s

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Bridget Riley made viewers eyes hurt as a major figure in the 1960s style of geometry & illusions called this art

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Sometimes done to color wood it's also Helen Frankenthaler's technique of pouring paint & letting it run

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Bill Magrath's Returning Fire seen here depicts the 1862 battle between these 2 vessels

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This Brit's sister Frances Reynolds who lived with him as a housekeeper called him a gloomy tyrant

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When he died in 1989 he was buried on the floor of the main room of his museum in Figueras Spain

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His masterpieces painted in Delft included View of Delft & Woman with a Water Jug

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This Frenchman experimented with light in series paintings as in his Haystacks under different weather & times of day

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This Madrid museum has a Velazquez door & quite a few Velazquez works

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