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Trivia Crack Questions And Answers Category Art


Question: What important piece of art was stolen and kept under a bed until it was returned to the Louvre Museum?
Answer: Mona Lisa

Question: Who wrote the novel Dracula?
Answer: Bram Stoker

Question: Who’s the main representative of literary naturalism?
Answer: Emile Zola

Question: Where did medieval theatre originate?
Answer: Churches

Question: How many letters are in the English Alphabet?
Answer: 26 letters

Question: What was the name of Don Quixote’s horse?
Answer: Rocinante

Question: In what novel is Holden Caulfield the main character?
Answer: The Catcher in the Rye

Question: Which of these is a three-stringed musical instrument?
Answer: Balalaika

Question: Who is Apollo’s twin?
Answer: Artemis

Question: What kinds of plants did Monet paint?
Answer: Water lilies

Question: Which of these artists is a photographer?
Answer: Man Ray

Question: What singer is considered the ‘Queen of Soul’?
Answer: Aretha Franklin

Question: Which of the following is not one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World?
Answer: The Colosseum in Rome

Question: Which one of these novels was not written by Robert Louis Stevenson?
Answer: Journey to the Center of the Earth

Question: Who is detective Sherlock Holmes partner?
Answer: John Watson

Question: Who’s the author of ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’?
Answer: Alexandre Dumas

Question: What kind of creature was Medusa?
Answer: Gorgon

Question: What was James Joyce’s nationality, author of Ulysses?
Answer: Irish

Question: What century was William Shakespeare born?
Answer: 16th Century

Question: Which of the characters from ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’ didn’t have a brain to think?
Answer: Scarecrow

Question: What didn’t the fox in La Fontaine’s fable like due to being green?
Answer: Grapes

Question: Who painted ‘American Gothic’?
Answer: Grant Wood

Question: Which band performs the song ‘Another Brick In The Wall’?
Answer: Pink Floyd

Question: Don Quixote fought them believing they were giants. What were they actually?
Answer: Windmills

Question: How many symphonies did Mozart write?
Answer: 41 symphonies

Question: How do we call the Greek columns shaped as a woman?
Answer: Caryatid

Question: What was the first printed book?
Answer: The bible

Question: A tatami is used in which of the following sports?
Answer: Judo

Question: In what novel is the main character a killer with an amazingly developed sense of smell?
Answer: Perfume: The Story of a Murderer

Question: How many times was Julius Caesar stabbed?
Answer: Julius Caesar was stabbed 23 times

Question: Where was Leonardo da Vinci from?
Answer: Florence

Question: What was the name of Boromir’s brother, one of the members of Tolkien’s fellowship of the ring?
Answer: Faramir

Question: In which European country is Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet set?
Answer: Italy

Question: In which book by Mark Twain can we find characters as Widow Douglas, the slave Jim, Aunt Sally and Tom?
Answer: Huckleberry Finn

Question: Who is a famous cellist?
Answer: Yo-Yo Ma

Question: Who’s the king in Tolkien’s ‘The Return of the King?
Answer: Aragorn

Question: Who wrote Snow White?
Answer: Grimm Brothers

Question: Who painted the ‘Mona Lisa’?
Answer: Mona Lisa was painted by Leonardo Da Vinci

Question: What is writer Paul Auster’s favorite city, according to his novels?
Answer: New York

Question: ln JRR Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, before he was corrupted by the ring, Gollum was once most like a?_?
Answer: Hobbit

Question: Which of the following works was written by Aldous Huxley?
Answer: Brave New World

Question: Who composed the music of opera ‘The Magic Flute’?
Answer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Question: Who painted the Sistine Chapel?
Answer: Michelangelo

Question: What philosopher said that, due to the existence of the soul previous to the actual birth, knowing something was simply ‘recalling’ it?
Answer: Pluto

Question: Who painted the picture ‘The Old Guitarist’?
Answer: Pablo Picasso

Question: Which figurative language means: Exaggerated statements or claims not to be taken seriously?
Answer: Hyperbole

Question: Who composed the opera ‘La Traviata’?
Answer: Verdi

Question: Where did the Wizard of Oz live?
Answer: Emerald City

Question: Which of the following is not a work by Robert Louis Stevenson?
Answer: Paradise Lost

Question: What does the Latinism ‘de facto’ mean?
Answer: In fact

Question: Which of the following was not written by Agatha Christie?
Answer: Catcher in the Rye

Question: Who wrote ‘The Pelican Brief’?
Answer: John Grisham

Question: Gustavo Adolfo Becquer was a’?
Answer: Poet

Question: What color do you get if you mix blue and red?
Answer: Violet

Question: Which of the following books is written by Jules Verne?
Answer: Journey to the Center of the Earth

Question: Which of the following artists is known for his impressionist style?
Answer: Monet

Question: Auguste Rodin is known for his sculptures in which of the following materials?
Answer: Bronze

Question: Complete the sentence: to be or’?
Answer: Not to be

Question: What color when mixed with red makes orange?
Answer: Yellow

Question: Which art movement does the painting ‘ The Scream’ belong to?
Answer: Expressionism

Question: When was Michael Ende’s ‘The Neverending Story’ published?
Answer: 1979

Question: Who’s the author of the opera ‘Madame Butterfly’?
Answer: Puccini

Question: Where is located La Pedrera, a famous building by Antoni Gaudi?
Answer: La Pedrera, a famous building by Antoni Gaudi is in Barcelona

Question: Which of these poets is not part of the Cursed Poets?
Answer: Walt Whitman

Question: Where was Beethoven from?
Answer: Germany

Question: Whose work is the ‘Liberty Leading the People’?
Answer: Eugene Delacroix

Question: How many strings does a cello have?
Answer: 4 strings

Question: In ‘Gullivers Travels’, which land is the kingdom of the giants?
Answer: Brobdingnag

Question: What famous composer died at the age of 36 and left a Requiem unfinished?
Answer: Mozart

Question: What art and scientific movement originated in Italy in the 14th century?
Answer: Renaissance

Question: How do we call the repetition of sounds in the verses of a strophe?
Answer: Rhyme

Question: Where was Salvador Dali from?
Answer: Spain

Question: In what room did Napoleon Bonaparte keep the Mona Lisa?
Answer: Bathroom

Question: What’s the name of the writer who created John Snow and Cersei Lannister?
Answer: George R R Martin

Question: Who wrote the book ‘The Notebook’?
Answer: Nicholas Sparks

Question: Which of Shakespeare’s novel was set in Verona, Italy?
Answer: Romeo and Juliet

Question: What material is the saxophone made of?
Answer: Brass

Question: Which painter struggled with mental illness?
Answer: Van Gogh

Question: The Mona Lisa does not have what feature?
Answer: Eyebrows

Question: What’s the main theme in Boticelli’s paintings?
Answer: Religion

Question: Who’s the most noble of the three musketeers?
Answer: Athos

Question: Who was the composer of the Magic Flute?
Answer: Mozart

Question: What technique is used by Goya in the painting ‘The Disasters of War’?
Answer: Etching

Question: The painter Eugene Delacroix belongs to what art movement?
Answer: Romanticism

Question: Which one of these stories was adapted by The Brothers Grimm?
Answer: The Sleeping Beauty

Question: Which famous artist lived in his own museum until his death?
Answer: Salvador Dali

Question: Which of the following is not a musical term?
Answer: Ricotta

Question: Where was the theatre born?
Answer: Greece

Question: Which movie debut the first of Disney’s classic princesses?
Answer: Snow White

Question: Which European sculptor created the statue ‘David’?
Answer: Michelangelo

Question: What German region is famous for its porcelain?
Answer: Saxony

Question: Which German composer only wrote one opera?
Answer: Beethoven

Question: Which of these American presidents doesn’t feature in Mount Rushmore?
Answer: James Madison

Question: What year was ‘El Quijote’ published?
Answer: 1605

Question: What’s the name of the first philosophers?
Answer: Presocratics

Question: Who is the author of the ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ trilogy?
Answer: E L James

Question: Which of the following painters is not considered a representant of the lmpressionism?
Answer: Van Gogh suffered from schizophrenia

Question: Who wrote the book ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’?
Answer: Roald Dahl

Question: According to The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, what is the Answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything?
Answer: 42

Question: What grows in a ‘Cescendo’?
Answer: Sound

Question: The Venus de Milo is believed to represent what goddess?
Answer: Aphrodite

Question: Who painted ‘Les Demoiselles d’Avignon’?
Answer: Pablo Picasso

Question: Who composed ‘Charriots of Fire’?
Answer: Vangelis

Question: Who wrote ‘The Magic Mountain’?
Answer: Thomas Mann

Question: Who wrote ‘The Firm’?
Answer: John Grisham

Question: Which of this artists suffered from schizophrenia?
Answer: Van Gogh

Question: What’s the name of the captain of the submarine in ‘Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the sea’?
Answer: Nemo

Question: What historical period was the Mona Lisa painted in?
Answer: Renaissance

Question: Who is Stephen King?
Answer: Author

Question: Who designed the Eiffel Tower?
Answer: Alexandre Gustave Eiffel

Question: Who painted ‘Tereus Confronted with the Head of His Son ltylus’, also known as ‘The Feast of Tereus’?
Answer: Peter Paul Rubens

Question: Which of these is a type of drum?
Answer: Snare

Question: Who lived in 2218 Baker Street?
Answer: Sherlock Holmes

Question: What’s the most important work of Giovanni Bocaccio?
Answer: The Decameron

Question: Who wrote the French romantic novel ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame.’?
Answer: Victor Hugo

Question: What fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen is based on the legend of Undines?
Answer: The Little Mermaid

Question: What is the famous artist Kahlo’s first name?
Answer: Frida

Question: Where is the ‘Rock& Roll Hall of Fame’ museum?
Answer: Cleveland

Question: Romanesque art prevailed in what century?
Answer: 11th, 12th and 13th century

Question: Nike was the Greek goddess of what?
Answer: Victory

Question: Who painted The Water-Lily Pond?
Answer: Monet

Question: Who is the wizard in The Hobbit?
Answer: Gandalf

Question: Where do Ming vases come from?
Answer: China

Question: Which author wrote the novel ‘2666’, which was published posthumously in 2004?
Answer: Roberto Bolano

Question: What’s the name of the princess that told many stories to sultan Schahriar?
Answer: Scheherazade

Question: What does ‘delet’ or ‘delevit’ mean in Latin?
Answer: Destroys

Question: Who wrote ‘The tunnel’?
Answer: Ernesto Sabato

Question: What’s the name of a Dutch hero in a play by Goethe?
Answer: Egmont

Question: Who built the Sphinx?
Answer: Egyptians

Question: The Holy Bible is the edited and translated book. Which is the second one?
Answer: The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of la Mancha

Question: What’s the name of the main character of the novel ‘Gone with the Wind’?
Answer: Scarlett O’hara

Question: How does Hamlet kill Polonius in the Shakespearean tragedy, Hamlet?
Answer: Stabs him through a curtain

Question: Banksy is the pseudonym of a famous’
Answer: Graffiti artist

Question: Who wrote the ‘Divine Comedy’?
Answer: Dante Alighieri

Question: Who’s the author of the famous painting ‘The Sunflowers’?
Answer: Van Gogh

Question: What’s the name of the main character in ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ novel by John Green?
Answer: Hazel

Question: Who was auditioned by Mozart and said ‘he will give the world something worth to be heard’?
Answer: Beethoven

Question: Who Wrote Leviathan?
Answer: Thomas Hobbes

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