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Painting Questions - All Grades

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Grade 3 Painting
The name of the artist who created many abstract portraits is:
  1. Picasso
  2. Romare Beardon
  3. Vincent Van Gogh
Grade 9 Painting
Grade 7 Painting
What media might an artist use painting?
  1. watercolors, oils, and flour
  2. acrylic paints and water
  3. oil paints and water
  4. melted crayons and water
Grade 6 Painting
Grade 4 Painting
Grade 9 Painting
For what famous piece of art is Leonardo da Vinci known?
  1. The Conservatory
  2. The Scream
  3. Girl with an Earring
  4. The Mona Lisa
Grade 4 Painting
Brown, gray and black are called:
  1. pastel colors
  2. primary colors
  3. neutral colors
  4. complementary colors
Grade 6 Painting
Adding black to a color to make it darker creates a:
  1. tint
  2. secondary color
  3. shade
  4. complementary color
Grade 6 Painting
Tints are light values of a color. Tints are created by                         .
  1. adding white to a color
  2. adding black to a color
  3. adding a primary color
  4. adding a secondary color
Grade 6 Painting
A plan for organizing colors is called                .
  1. portrait
  2. composition
  3. color scheme
  4. still life
Grade 7 Painting
Van Gogh's second most famous work of art to this day:
  1. "The Mona Lisa"
  2. "The Scream"
  3. "Starry Night"
  4. "Poppies"
Grade 3 Painting
Grade 5 Painting
Where is Mona Lisa hanging in France ?
  1. Gargoyle square
  2. The Louvre
  3. The Eiffel Tower
  4. Chartres Cathedral
College Painting
Pablo Picasso was born in what city?
  1. Madrid, Spain
  2. Barcelona, Spain
  3. Malaga, Spain
  4. Venice, Italy
Grade 7 Painting
During his lifetime, Vincent van Gogh was considered to be a:
  1. a famous artist
  2. misunderstood
  3. a complete failure
  4. renowned writer
Grade 7 Painting
Vincent van Gogh went voluntarily to:
  1. a police station
  2. an asylum
  3. the army
  4. America
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