Jeopardy ART & ARTISTS Questions

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This Joy of Life Fauvist studied law but turned to painting when recuperating from an operation (Good choice!)

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In 1824 this British landscape painter's The Hay Wain received a gold medal at the Paris Salon

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His 1888 work The Sower is in the collection of the Amsterdam museum named for him

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Italian for fresh this type of wall painting has paint fusing with plaster

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The Poet was an earlier title for this French sculptor's The Thinker

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There's no wry smile on this Italian's Ginevra de'Benci which you can see right here in the U.S. of A.

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Renoir & Monet were part of this art movement that tried to capture what the eye sees at a particular moment

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This Bar at the Folies-Bergere artist painted several portraits of Impressionist Berthe Morisot his sister-in-law

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His 1911 painting I and the Village uses the simple shapes of Russian folk art

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As a child this Florentine fresco painter was placed in the care of a monastery; he took his vows in 1421

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When he first came to Hoboken from Holland this abstract Expressionist who died at 93 painted houses

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Capturing the frothy essence of the Rococo style The Swing by this painter is seen here

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His sculpture of Victor Hugo got a miserable reaction; later it was placed on the avenue named for Hugo

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Monet & this fellow Impressionist often painted the same scene like Monet's wife & son in 1874

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Maurice Utrillo often painted scenes of this area of Paris & its best-known landmark Sacre Coeur

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This Dadaist exhibited ready-mades like Fountain a urinal that he signed R. Mutt

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In 1940 this Dutch abstract artist moved to NYC which influenced his masterpiece Broadway Boogie-Woogie

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Helen Frankenthaler's soak and stain technique was inspired by this artist's drip paintings

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Picasso painted this work as a protest against the bombing of a town in the Spanish Civil War

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One of his last paintings before his 1903 death in the South Pacific was a landscape of Brittany in winter

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In her 1949 painting Diego and I Diego Rivera is depicted on her forehead

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This 19th century inventor's notable portraits included those of the Marquis de Lafayette & William Cullen Bryant

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Franz Post the first European to paint landscapes in the New World did the view seen here of a mill for this crop in Brazil

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In the early 1400s Robert Campin & Jan Van Eyck helped start the Northern one of these movements

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Lee Krasner whose work is seen here married this man in 1945 & they influenced each other's art

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