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The Arts

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
Some trivia on arts, artists, and their timeless achievements.

Question 1:


What was Rembrandt's last name?
Van Dyke
Rembrandt is his last name
Bosch
Van Rijn

Question 2:


What was the first name of Van Gogh's brother?
Pierre
Edward
Hans
Theo

Question 3:


For which opera did Gershwin become posthumously famous?
Porgy and Bess
The Days Gone By
An American in Paris
Rhapsody in Blue

Question 4:


The music for Swan Lake, one of the most critically-acclaimed ballets, was written by this composer.
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
Stern
Aram Khachaturian
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Question 5:


Violin virtuoso Itzach Perlman is a cousin of this entertainer.
Isaac Stern
Howie Mandel
Neil Sedaka
Bob Dylan

Question 6:


How many reeds does an oboe have?
2
1
0
3

Question 7:


In what country was composer and pianist, Frederic Chopin born?
France
Switzerland
Poland
Belgium

Question 8:


Which of the following is a type of plaster used to paint on?
Gesso
Gelato
Obstantium
Obsidium

Question 9:


Which painter and founder of cubism would not divorce his first wife, Olga Khoklova, so she would not get half his wealth?
Klee
Remington
Picasso
Cezanne

Question 10:


This photographer, who taught at MIT for 10 years, developed the Zone System.
Paul Curtis
Alfred Stieglitz
Minor White
Barbara Morgan

 


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