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Delivery of the Keys to St Peter and the Ascension of Christ is from which art movement?

Italian RenaissanceBaroqueSpanish RenaissanceKingdom of KongoNeoclassicismNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Chellini Madonna include?

ReliefMusesSaint JeromeAllegoryWeaponsNextSee the work! ↗

Still Life with Ginger Jar 1 is from which art movement?

CubismSocial RealismArt DecoShona SculpturePost ModernismNextSee the work! ↗

Still Life with Ginger Jar 2 is from which art movement?

Art DecoShona SculptureMinimalismCubismPost ModernismNextSee the work! ↗

Composition in Grey Blue is from which art movement?

CubismFuturismExpressionismFauvismMinimalismNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Composition with Lines (Composition in Black and White) include?

KnifeAbstract ArtSt GeorgePortrait MiniaturesCrownsNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Composition with Colours A include?

CalligraphyGraphic DesignSelfieVenusAbstract ArtNextSee the work! ↗

Composition with Colours B is from which art movement?

FuturismHanoi SchoolFauvismVienna SecessionDe StijlNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Composition with Blue and Yellow (Composition 1) include?

Abstract ArtBustsVictoryJudith and HolophernesTorcNextSee the work! ↗

When was Composition in Black and White (Painting 1) created?

2nd ML, BCE1st ML, BCE13th Century18th Century20th CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

Composition with Red Yellow and Blue is from which art movement?

Hudson River SchoolRomanticismEarly ModernismPre RaphaelitesNextSee the work! ↗

Composition with Red Yellow and Blue is from which art movement?

De StijlSymbolismHarlem RenaissancePost ModernismNextSee the work! ↗

The Ford Under The Bended Tree is from which art movement?

RomanticismEarly PhotographyBarbizon SchoolRealismNextSee the work! ↗

When was Marino, Large Buildings on the Rocks created?

1st ML, CE11th Century13th Century18th Century19th CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

Fontainebleau, Storm Over The Plains is from which art movement?

RealismPre RaphaelitesRomanticismHudson River SchoolNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Sunset on the Seine at Lavacourt, Winter Effect include?

MagicEmperorPsycheButterfliesLandscapeNextSee the work! ↗

Portrait of Monsieur and Madame Auguste Manet is from which art movement?

Early PhotographyPost-ImpressionismRomanticismRealismHudson River SchoolNextSee the work! ↗

The Dead Christ with Angels is from which art movement?

RomanticismRealismOceanic ArtBarbizon SchoolNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Portrait of John Apthorp and His Daughters include?

SingerSunDivisionismDiptychsPortraitsNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Family of The Earl of Gower include?

BabiesPortraitsMoneyChairsMelancholyNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Portrait of Philip Tisdall with his Wife and Family include?

TypographyHousesPortraitsFearSnakesNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Ariadne Abandoned by Theseus include?

MusicCherubRulerTombGreek and Roman MythologyNextSee the work! ↗

Calling of Saint Matthew is from which art movement?

Italian RenaissanceMannerismRococoBaroqueMughal ArtNextSee the work! ↗

When was David with the Head of Goliath (1607) created?

3rd ML, BCE13th Century16th Century17th Century20th CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does David with the Head of Goliath (1610) include?

RaftChristian HistoryAnnunciationDitchLimboNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Raising of Lazarus include?

Jesus ChristAthenaAndromedaRoadRoyaltyNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Supper at Emmaus (1602) include?

EmperorDoctorReligious IconsKnifeWaterNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Conversion on the way to Damascus include?

ViolenceInsenseChristian HistoryAstronomyMotherNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Christ Carrying His Cross include?

PropagandaReligious IconsMasksCrownsHengeNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Penitent Magdalene include?

VillaRainbowsAmerican HistoryKissReligious IconsNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Outskirts of Paris near Montmartre include?

GrotesqueRayographWallpaperLandscapeBacchusNextSee the work! ↗

Flowering Bushes in the Asylum Garden is from which art movement?

Meiji ArtPost-ImpressionismHudson River SchoolEarly PhotographyRealismNextSee the work! ↗

When was Orchard with Arles in the Background created?

3rd ML, BCE15th Century17th Century19th Century21st CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Sun over Walled Wheat Field include?

LandscapeShipwreckCheeseRoadTypographyNextSee the work! ↗

The Houses on Schenkweg where Van Gogh Lived is from which art movement?

Post-ImpressionismMeiji ArtImpressionismPre RaphaelitesOceanic ArtNextSee the work! ↗

Mademoiselle Bécat at the Café des Ambassadeurs is from which art movement?

Post-ImpressionismImpressionismEarly PhotographyRomanticismMeiji ArtNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does La Japonaise, Madame Monet include?

HermesEyesMoneyFamilySingerNextSee the work! ↗

When was Young Woman and Child Avenue du Bois created?

12th Century14th Century18th Century19th Century20th CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

Portrait of Edma Pontillon is from which art movement?

ImpressionismRomanticismPost-ImpressionismEarly PhotographyNextSee the work! ↗

When was The Monet Family in Their Garden at Argenteuil created?

2nd ML, BCE14th Century17th Century19th Century20th CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Camille Monet on her Deathbed include?

FamilyExecutionsReligious IconsWorshipViolenceNextSee the work! ↗

Portrait of the Artist's Mother and Sister is from which art movement?

Early PhotographyRomanticismRealismPre RaphaelitesMeiji ArtNextSee the work! ↗

Venus at the Forge of Vulcan (after Boucher) is from which art movement?

RealismImpressionismEarly ModernismRomanticismNextSee the work! ↗

When was Mother About to Wash Her Sleepy Child created?

1st ML, BCE11th Century13th Century18th Century19th CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

The Two Sisters On the Terrace is from which art movement?

Hudson River SchoolRealismMeiji ArtImpressionismNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Wheat Field with Cypresses include?

The Nude in ArtTreesChemistryMoneyBacchusNextSee the work! ↗

A Wheatfield, with Cypresses (September 1889) is from which art movement?

Barbizon SchoolPost-ImpressionismRomanticismRealismNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Boulevard Montmartre at Night include?

FishApocalypseTorcMontmartePeaceNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Two Women Chatting by the Sea, St Thomas include?

RabbitsLandscapeAqueductRayographApocalypseNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Street in Pontoise include?

LandscapeArtemisSphinxDogsMagicNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Landscape in Montmorency — Sketch include?

PenitentBeachRiver BankLandscapeThe Seven Deadly SinsNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Portrait of Cézanne include?

GrisailleMeditationsApolloPortraitsProfileNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Boulevard Montmartre on an Winter Morning include?

ZeusLandscapeLoveHeartsSketchesNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Jalais Hill, Pontoise include?

LandscapeSphinxGatesTrainsDefacedNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Still Life with Apples and Pitcher include?

BeautyTypographyAqueductAthenaStill LifesNextSee the work! ↗

Red Roofs, Corner of a Village, Winter is from which art movement?

Meiji ArtImpressionismEarly PhotographyOceanic ArtPre RaphaelitesNextSee the work! ↗

When was Louveciennes, Route de Saint-Germain created?

1st ML, CE11th Century18th Century19th Century21st CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

Route de Versailles, Rocquencourt is from which art movement?

Oceanic ArtMeiji ArtPost-ImpressionismImpressionismEarly ModernismNextSee the work! ↗

In the Evening, Lying on Her Bed, She Reread the Letter from Her Artilleryman at the Front is from which art movement?

Hanoi SchoolSymbolismExpressionismSurrealismFuturismNextSee the work! ↗

Words and Freedom is from which art movement?

ExpressionismCubismFuturismHarlem RenaissanceNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Street Pavers include?

Leda and the SwanVenusPeacockTempleLaborNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Unique Forms of Continuity in Space include?

Portrait MiniaturesSketchesTheories of ReligionSpeedMosesNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Analysis of Beauty: Plate 1 include?

DionysusPsycheTownPeaceBeautyNextSee the work! ↗

Dynamism of a Soccer Player is from which art movement?

Post ModernismSymbolismShona SculptureArt NouveauFuturismNextSee the work! ↗

Apples on a Table - Green Background is from which art movement?

CubismFauvismSymbolismFuturismSocial RealismNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Woman with a Hat include?

CostumePortraitsFishAthletesGirlNextSee the work! ↗

Self Portrait in a Striped T-shirt is from which art movement?

Harlem RenaissanceFauvismDe StijlDadaNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does A Creek in St. Thomas (Virgin Islands) include?

PrincessGodVineSeascapesPolitical WorksNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Côte des Bœufs at L'Hermitage include?

FearHorsesAllegoryLandscapeArtemisNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Gardener - Old Peasant with Cabbage include?

LandscapeLighthouseMinotaurHaruspexCrownsNextSee the work! ↗

When was The banks of the Viosne at Osny in grey weather, Winter created?

3rd ML, BCE1st ML, BCE11th Century18th Century19th CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Banks of the Seine at Champrosay include?

Prodigals SonAlchemyHatsGriffinRiverNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Alfred Sisley with His Wife include?

SummerPortraitsKingsBullsMelancholyNextSee the work! ↗

Bathers at La Grenouillère is from which art movement?

Oceanic ArtRealismImpressionismPre RaphaelitesNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Mixed Flowers in an Earthenware Pot include?

SufferingDoctorStill LifesFeastSpecimensNextSee the work! ↗

Grapes and Walnuts on a Table is from which art movement?

Pre RaphaelitesImpressionismBarbizon SchoolEarly ModernismNextSee the work! ↗

The Bridge at Villeneuve-la-Garenne is from which art movement?

RealismRomanticismMeiji ArtImpressionismBarbizon SchoolNextSee the work! ↗

The Road from Versailles to Louveciennes is from which art movement?

ImpressionismMeiji ArtEarly PhotographyOceanic ArtNextSee the work! ↗

Hand of Rodin with a Female Figure is from which art movement?

ImpressionismMeiji ArtEarly ModernismRealismNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Assembly: Female nude Slavic woman's head emerging from a Vase include?

AngelsWomenJusticeShivaNightNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Andromeda include?

FarmWomenChurchArtemisTombNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Cathedral include?

DolmenHandTempleBoxersApparelNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Gates of Hell include?

HellBustsLazarusCowsTownNextSee the work! ↗

Seated Figure, Right Hand on Ground is from which art movement?

Barbizon SchoolRomanticismEarly ModernismPre RaphaelitesMeiji ArtNextSee the work! ↗

Assemblage: Mask of Camille Claudel and Left Hand of Pierre de Wissant is from which art movement?

RomanticismOceanic ArtImpressionismMeiji ArtNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does View from the Window at Le Gras include?

First PhotographHoly FamilyPrintmakingTrimūrtiStreamNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Self-Portrait as Drowned Man include?

BabiesSelf-portraitsPrimitivismToolsWeddingsNextSee the work! ↗

The Oriel Window, South Gallery, Lacock Abbey is from which art movement?

Early ModernismRealismEarly PhotographyOceanic ArtNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Detail of the Cloisters at Lacock Abbey include?

TondoChildrenMummiesDolmenWindowsNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Bertoloni Album include?

HuntPregnancyRabbitsCherubPlantsNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Praying Jew (Rabbi of Vitebsk) include?

TonalismReligious IconsDitchTownHuman-animal HybridsNextSee the work! ↗

Lovers in Pink is from which art movement?

SymbolismDe StijlShona SculptureCubismNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Poet Reclining include?

AnatomyButterfliesTonalismMirrorDonkeyNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Bride with Fan include?

AthenaPointillismRainbowsMarriageEveNextSee the work! ↗

A Water Carrier and a Coachman is from which art movement?

ImpressionismEarly ModernismBarbizon SchoolPre RaphaelitesNextSee the work! ↗

Between Darkness and Light is from which art movement?

Art NouveauSymbolismVienna SecessionSurrealismNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Meal at Drya's House include?

MusicLionsInterior DesignDaphnis and ChloëNeptuneNextSee the work! ↗

View of intersection of Eighth Street and Market Street, Philadelphia is from which art movement?

Early PhotographyMeiji ArtImpressionismPost-ImpressionismNextSee the work! ↗

When was I Saluted at Six Paces Commandant Lefebvre des Noëttes created?

2nd ML, BCE1st ML, BCE16th Century17th Century20th CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Norway, Sandviken Village in the Snow include?

The Four ElementsQueensPsycheSnowTonalismNextSee the work! ↗

Spanish Dancer is from which art movement?

CubismSuprematismShona SculptureFuturismNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Woman, Two Men and Children include?

CalligraphyChariotsWomenPrincessJewelryNextSee the work! ↗

Paysage Cubiste (Landscape, Baum und Fluss) is from which art movement?

DadaSurrealismCubismSocial RealismNextSee the work! ↗

Paysage des Bermudes is from which art movement?

Art NouveauVienna SecessionFuturismCubismNextSee the work! ↗

Portrait de Jacques Nayral is from which art movement?

SurrealismPost ModernismSocial RealismCubismVienna SecessionNextSee the work! ↗

Harvest Threshing is from which art movement?

Art DecoCubismHanoi SchoolFauvismNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Fruit and a Jug on a Table include?

BatsMoral LessonStill LifesTempleThe Golden HatsNextSee the work! ↗

Femme assise au bouquet de feuillage is from which art movement?

Early ModernismPre RaphaelitesImpressionismEarly PhotographyBarbizon SchoolNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Paysage aux Deux Cypres include?

MonstersCrucifixionSeinePeaceDivisionismNextSee the work! ↗

Bathers Two Nudes in an Exotic Landscape is from which art movement?

Hudson River SchoolPost-ImpressionismImpressionismOceanic ArtRomanticismNextSee the work! ↗

Femmes assises à une fenêtre is from which art movement?

FuturismDadaSymbolismSocial RealismCubismNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Woman with a Fan - 1912 include?

ApparelWomenRayonismMinotaurThe GospelsNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Nature Morte a la Guitare include?

LamaStill LifesGraphic DesignStudioLiverNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Forest Brook at Leissingen include?

TapestryMarsTreesAirshipsSwordsNextSee the work! ↗

Jungfrau Massif and Schwarzmonch is from which art movement?

RealismRomanticismHudson River SchoolBarbizon SchoolPre RaphaelitesNextSee the work! ↗

When was Portrait of Berthe Jacques (Wife of the Artist) created?

1st ML, BCE11th Century14th Century15th Century19th CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

The Halberdier is from which art movement?

SymbolismArt NouveauFuturismSocial RealismNextSee the work! ↗

When was The Wounded Standard Bearer Hans Baer created?

3rd ML, BCE11th Century12th Century13th Century19th CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

When was Valentine Gode Darel in hospital bed created?

11th Century12th Century13th Century19th Century20th CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

Portrait of Emma Schmidt-Müller is from which art movement?

Art NouveauDadaArt DecoExpressionismConstructivismNextSee the work! ↗

The Dream of the Shepherd is from which art movement?

Post ModernismArt NouveauDe StijlSymbolismDadaNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Studies of Self Portrait include?

JewleryGodSketchesSelf-portraitsHeadNextSee the work! ↗

Self Portrait in the role of Jean Valjean is from which art movement?

Early ModernismOceanic ArtImpressionismPost-ImpressionismBarbizon SchoolNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Reo Tahiti (Vairaumati) include?

BustsHorrorExecutionsBuddhaPrimitivismNextSee the work! ↗

Portrait of a Young Woman - Vaite Jeanne Goupil is from which art movement?

Shona SculptureSymbolismVienna SecessionFauvismCubismNextSee the work! ↗

Portrait of Millet Second Lieutenant of the Zouaves is from which art movement?

Meiji ArtOceanic ArtEarly PhotographyPost-ImpressionismNextSee the work! ↗

Portrait of Eugène Boch is from which art movement?

Post-ImpressionismBarbizon SchoolOceanic ArtImpressionismNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Mont Sainte-Victoire Seen from the Bibemus Quarry include?

CafesMountainsInsectsVishnuThe Nude in ArtNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Budding Roses in a Vase include?

FlowersMountainsLimboKitesAdam and EveNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Still Life - 1946 include?

DitchTorcDecorative ArtworkBustsStill LifesNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Still Life of Vases on a Table include?

Still LifesFeastValerie Neuzil (Wally)LawGriffinNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Still Life - 1956 include?

FurnitureCheeseMadnessStill LifesGamesNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Still Life - 1949 include?

TombAntiquitiesMigrationVaseJewelryNextSee the work! ↗

When was Still Life with Bottles and Pitcher created?

3rd ML, BCE2nd ML, BCE14th Century17th Century20th CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Still Life - 1951 include?

BattlesGridsVaseApparelBathNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Cortile di via Fondazza include?

MeditationsBeardsLandscapeKingsStarsNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Still Life - 1959 include?

VaseHerculesCliffsOutsider ArtistsSingerNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Flowers - 1958 include?

VaseSt FrancisWildernessHousesMysticismNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Woman with Long Hair include?

LionsWitchesGhostsApostlesWomenNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Untitled - 1936 include?

GirlPrisonDreamsThe Nude in ArtHermesNextSee the work! ↗

Portrait of André Breton is from which art movement?

DadaCubismMinimalismShona SculptureNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Indestructible Object include?

TimePeacockSmokingBatsHandNextSee the work! ↗

When was Shakespearean Equation - Twelfth Night created?

1st ML, BCE1st ML, CE15th Century20th Century21st CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

The Riddle of Isidore Ducasse is from which art movement?

MinimalismDadaPost ModernismHarlem RenaissanceFauvismNextSee the work! ↗

Space Writing (Self Portrait) is from which art movement?

ConstructivismAbstract ExpressionismFuturismDadaArt DecoNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Ingres's Violin include?

SunThe Nude in ArtMinotaurFeastViolenceNextSee the work! ↗

When was Observatory Time - The Lovers (Photograph) created?

12th Century15th Century17th Century18th Century20th CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Portrait of William Charles Wentworth include?

MirrorSunThe Golden HatsPortraitsVillaNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Portrait of Alexander A. Knox include?

MelancholyPortraitsTempleNymphTigersNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Portrait of Amalie Zuckerlandl include?

PortraitsPregnancyCupidAthletesSaint JeromeNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Lady Lilith include?

FaunRulerAstrologyWomenQueensNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Annunciation include?

LionsBabiesReligious IconsBeachSphinxNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Bower Meadow include?

LionsWomenThe Four SeasonsHeartsAfterlifeNextSee the work! ↗

A Huguenot on St Bartholomew's Day is from which art movement?

Pre RaphaelitesHudson River SchoolMeiji ArtPost-ImpressionismRomanticismNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Christ in the House of His Parents include?

BooksMathematicsPatternCrucifixionChristian HistoryNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Prodigal Son include?

NightPerseusMountainsMannequinsAchillesNextSee the work! ↗

When was The divine horses of Achilles, Balios and Xanthos created?

1st ML, BCE12th Century18th Century20th Century21st CenturyNextSee the work! ↗

Piazza d'Italia is from which art movement?

SurrealismFauvismVienna SecessionCubismNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does The Archaeologists include?

PhysicianCherubFoxMannequinsCupidNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Cavalli in Riva al Mare include?

HorsesDitchProdigals SonStreamRabbitsNextSee the work! ↗

Which theme does Bathers on the Beach include?

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