Famous Painters and their Paintings

Quiz 138 – Round 1 – Picture Round

This week’s picture round is all about famous painters and their paintings. Below are ten paintings from the Metropolitan museum which are available for public domain, unrestricted usage. All your contestants need to do is identify the painter. The links to the Met Museum pages for each artwork are underneath each answer in case you require any further information on each painting.

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1. John Constable (Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishop’s Grounds)

Public domain image available via the Met Museum website, link here.

2. Vincent van Gogh (Wheat Field with Cypresses)

Public domain image available via the Met Museum website, link here.

3. Johannes Vermeer (Study of a Young Woman)

Public domain image available via the Met Museum website, link here.

4. El Greco (Saint Jerome as Scholar)

Public domain image available via the Met Museum website, link here.

5. Claude Monet (Bridge over a Pond of Water Lilies)

Public domain image available via the Met Museum website, link here.

6. Franz Hals (Merrymakers at Shrovetide)

Public domain image available via the Met Museum website, link here.

7. Paolo Veronese (Mars and Venus United by Love)

Public domain image available via the Met Museum website, link here.

8. Thomas Gainsborough (Mrs. Grace Dalrymple Elliott)

Public domain image available via the Met Museum website, link here.

9. Paul Cézanne (View of the Domaine Saint-Joseph)

Public domain image available via the Met Museum website, link here.

10. Edgar Degas (The Dance Class)

Public domain image available via the Met Museum website, link here.

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