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* 1. What was the name of the influential artist collective based in Christchurch that, at various times, included Rita Angus, Colin McCahon and Philip Trusttum in its ranks?

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* 2. The 17 century French landscape painter Claude Gelee is better known by the name he adopted from the province where he was born. What is the name?

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* 3. Which artwork by Frances Hodgkins was notably rejected by the Canterbury Society of Art purchasing committee in 1948?

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* 4. Which painting was stolen from the National Gallery in Oslo in 1994 and held to ransom for $1 million? And who was the artist?

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* 5. Which nationality is the artist Frida Kahlo?

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* 6. The Tate is a network of four English art museums; two are based in London, give the other two locations:

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* 7. The Venetian painter Jacopo Robusti, a son of a silk dyer adopted a name meaning 'little dyer'. What is the name he is more familiarly known by?

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* 8. The iconic Japanese woodblock print ‘The Great Wave of Kanagawa’ was created by:

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* 9. In 1998, a painting by which artist was stolen from Auckland Art Gallery?

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* 10. Doris Lusk was a well-known New Zealand painter, but she was also a pioneering figure in the field of:

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