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Masters of Art

written by: Delia
 
These are some of the most famous paintings ever created. I will show you the painting, and you have to guess the artist.

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Painting the Mona Lisa took this artist 3 years, from 1503 to 1506. The identity of the woman on the picture is still a mystery, but some experts believe that she is the wife of a 16th century Florentine businessman, who commissioned the portrait.
Michelangelo
Renoir
Rembrandt
Leonardo da Vinci


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The artist who painted "Guernica" is the best known and least understood artist of the 20th century. The painting shows the aftermath of the bombing of Guernica (a Spanish town).
Francisco Goya
Andy Warhol
Frida Kahlo
Pablo Picasso


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Question 3:

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The first paintings of this artist were dark and gloomy. However, after being introduced to Japanese painters, he decided to include more color in his works. Thus he gradually reached the color range of "Sunflowers".
Renoir
Vincent Van Gogh
Paul Gauguin
Claude Monet


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Question 4:

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The paintings of this artist are generally characterised by lightheartedness and luminosity. He never wanted to depict anything ugly or dramatic in his art. This is exemplified by "Luncheon of the Boating Party".
Rubens
Claude Monet
Goya
Renoir


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Question 5:

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This Renaissance artist was a sculptor, architect, painter, and a poet. He reluctantly accepted to paint the Sistine Chapel ceiling because he considered himself a sculptor rather than a painter. One can easily notice all the detailed body curves in his paintings, just like in "The Creation".
Rembrandt van Rijn
Leonardo Da Vinci
Michelangelo
Rubens


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Question 6:

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Most of this artist's work includes portraits of royalty and depiction of historical moments. One of them is "The Third of May 1808".
Salvador Dali
Francisco Goya
Pablo Picasso
Frida Kahlo


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Question 7:

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At first, this artist wanted to become a doctor. But after she suffered an accident at the age of 15, she remained in the hospital, where she began painting. In "The Broken Column" she depicted herself - she had a broken spine and pelvis.
Frida Kahlo
Rosa Bonheur
Cecilia Beaux
Anna Bilinska


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Question 8:

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"The Anatomy Lecture of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp" was a trendy painting. It followed a trend to depict the lectures of the surgeons' guild in Amsterdam in the 17th century. Sometimes even tickets were sold for public dissections.
Monet
Rembrandt
Gauguin
Renoir


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Question 9:

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Although there is no water in "La Promenade", this artist was interested in water and the colors it created. That's why he turned a boat into his studio and worked on the water.
Paul Gauguin
Henri Matisse
Claude Monet
Vincent Van Gogh


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This artist created the variations of Marilyn Monroe's face. He is known as the father of pop art. Soon after reaching the peak of his painting career, he abandoned it and began work on movies.
Salvador Dali
Edvard Munch
Gustav Klimt
Andy Warhol


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