Answers to March’s Quiz about Cubism

We hope you enjoyed finding out the answers to our art quiz on Cubism. We thought you might like to check what you have with our quizmaster.

1. Which two artists formed the art style Cubism?
a.) Pablo Picasso & Georges Braque
2. When was Cubism formed?
c.) 1907
3. Picasso was born in which country?
a.) Spain
4.) One of Picasso‛s most famous paintings is called…?
b.) Guernica
5.) Picasso was one of the best known artists in what century?
a.) 20th Century
6.) Braque was born in which country?
b.) France
7. What style were Braque‛s first important paintings?
a.) Fauvism
8. Braque suffered a head injury in which war?
c.) WW1
9. How many years did Braque and Picasso work together?
a.) 7
10. How many children did Picasso have?
c.) 4

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