Trivia Crack Answers – Art (ALL ANSWERS)

  • Welcome to the ‘Art’ category of the hit trivia game ‘Trivia Crack’. Below is all the answers to this category. This fun trivia game is developed by Etermax and is available on iPhone, iPad, iPod and Android, This game is even available on Facebook. If you think were missing something please let us know down below. As mentioned below the table we’ve had some issues but this wont stop you from collecting your answers to your favorite game.

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    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 aÛ_?
    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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