Jeopardy THE ARTS Questions

Collection of crowd sourced questions and answers for the Jeopardy game.

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In 2013 Jeff Koons set a living-artist record with $58.4 million for a dog that looks like it's made of these kids'-party style

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Delta disallowed 250000 frequent flyer miles this string instrument accrued by having its own seat next to Lynn Harrell

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The New York Philharmonic & the School of American Ballet are based at this complex

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One of the first stops of this trane was a sax solo on a 1951 recording of We Love To Boogie

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Around 1900 this young Italian painter was influenced by a group called the Macchiaioli or stainers

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December is a good time to see this 1892 ballet that features the Sugar Plum Fairy

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Praise the Lord! Over a century old this American form of Christian music combines elements of blues jazz & spirituals

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Donatello sculpted a marble statue of this biblical youth almost 100 years before Michelangelo

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This city's pops is affectionately known as America's Orchestra

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At the Louvre 16th century Italian tapestries depict scenes from this poet's Metamorphoses

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Nearly 10 feet long Lavender Mist from 1950 is one of his drip paintings

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The Pentelic type of this form of limestone was a favorite material of classical Greek sculptors

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A rag is not just a Joplin tune but a melodic pattern of Indian music also called this 1 letter longer than rag

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A Michael Smuin work was the first full-length ballet shown on Dance in America part of this great PBS series

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Perhaps the greatest composer of German songs he died the year after his hero Beethoven

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This French art movement held its first show in 1874

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In 1928 he composed Bolero as a ballet

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Neptune the Mystic ends this Gustav Holst work

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In 2012 Joshua Bell played this instrument at the grand opening of Vegas' Smith Center for the Performing Arts

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The 1824 countryside painting The Lock is his costliest going for $35 million in 2012

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Modernist jeweler Art Smith opened his first shop in this New York City Village in 1946

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Arthur Rackham's illustrations of fairies adorn the 1906 book titled this character in Kensington Gardens

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Art Kleinman's Attitude is done with oil paint wax & this type of drawing stick made from partially burned wood

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Architect Arch Genzler's firm designed the new Century City California headquarters of CAA this agency

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Belgian Berthe Art was known for these 2-word paintings of inanimate objects such as flowers & fruits

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