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* 1. Auguste Rodin's famous sculpture The Thinker was originally meant to depict whom?

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* 2. The name of what eponymous colour is derived from an artist's use of brownish-orange, especially for the hair of his early portraits of courtesans?

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* 3. When this artist was once criticized for creating unrealistic art, they replied "Can you show me some realistic art?" The critic offered a photograph of his wife. The artist observed: "So your wife is two inches tall, two-dimensional, with no arms and no legs, and no colour but only shades of gray?"

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* 4. What is the Japanese equivalent of the Chinese art of penjing?

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* 5. Which major 20th century art movement is divided into two parts called Analytical and Synthetic?

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* 6. What invention of Mary Quant, whose users were subject to raids by the moral police in the 1960s, was named after her favourite make of car?

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* 7. In 1933, which Mexican artist commissioned by the Rockefeller family to create a mural caused controversy by including Lenin in it?

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* 8. On April 1, 2011 a painting titled Two Tahitian Women was attacked at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. by a woman who thought it was evil. The work was part of an exhibit that was highlighting the work of which artist?

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* 9. Lucy in the Field with Flowers, Sunday on the Pot with George and Juggling Dog in Hula Skirt are the noted works in MOBA, a Massachusetts museum dedicated to what type of art?

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* 10. In ‘Impressions of America’, Oscar Wilde tells the story of a man who orders a plaster cast of a statue and subsequently sues the railroad company because it arrives without arms. Wilde recounts the story as an example of the lack of art knowledge as the statue was supposed to be a copy of which artwork?

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