Can you name the artists behind these 10 iconic paintings?

Want to test your art world knowledge? Try naming the artists of each of these 10 iconic paintings!


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The Birth of Venus‘ by

a) Michelangelo

b) Caravaggio

c) Sandro Botticelli


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Orphan Girl at the Cemetery‘ by

a) Eugene Delacroix

b) Leonardo Da Vinci

c) Peter Paul Rubens



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Portrait of Madame X‘ by

a) John Singer Sargent

b) James McNeil Whistler

c) Edouard Manet



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The Tiger Hunt‘ by

a) Eugene Delacroix

b) Peter Paul Rubens

c) Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres



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Symphony in White‘ by

a) James McNeill Whistler

b) John Singer Sargent

c) Edouard Manet



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Grande Odalisque‘ by

a) Eugene Delacroix

b) Paul Gaugin

c) Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres



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Tahitian Women on the Beach

a) Paul Gaugin

b) Frida Kahlo

c) Diego Rivera



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A Bar at the Folies-Bergere

a) Edouard Manet

b) Toulouse Lautrec

c) Berthe Morisot



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Roots‘ by

a) Mary Cassat

b) Paul Gaugin

c) Frida Kahlo



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Bedroom in Arles‘ by

a) Paul Cezanne

b) Claude Monet

c) Vincent van Gogh


  1. Sandro Botticelli (c)
  2. Eugene Delacroix (a)
  3. John Singer Sargent (a)
  4. Peter Paul Rubens (b)
  5. James McNeill Whistler (a)
  6. Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (c)
  7. Paul Gaugin (a)
  8. Edouard Manet (a)
  9. Frida Kahlo (c)
  10. Vincent van Gogh (c)


How did you do? Let us know in comments below or tweet us @artattackapp!


– India Irving


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