This category contains questions and answers about artists, painters, theatre, opera, cirkus and other stage performances.
What was the name of the artist who painted the Mona Lisa?
The artist Vincent Van Gogh cut off which of his own body parts?
Van Gogh famously painted what plants?
Vincent Van Gogh came from which country?
Which artist famously cut his own ear off?
Who painted the Mona Lisa?
What nationality was the famous surrealist Salvador Dali?
Which famous artist famoulsy lived in Tahiti for much of his later life?
Which painter famously only sold one painting in his lifetime entitled "The Red Vineyard"?
Which contemporary artist wrapped up the Reichstag in Berlin with 100,000 m2 of polypropylene fabric in the summer of 1995?
The Uffizien Gallery, a feast for the eyes for lovers of Renaissance paintings, is located in which city?
In which city is the famous Prado museum?
The Cathedral of our Lady in Antwerp contains four masterpieces depicting Biblical scenes by which famous Baroque painter?
George Stubbs is most remembered for his paintings depicting which animal?
What classic play by Arthur Miller features a character named Giles Corey and his memorable last words "more weight"?
The name of the Italian opera house La Scala means what in English?
The term "provenance" is used in the art world to refer to a painting's what?
What artist is known for his groundbreaking "drip" method of painting?
What famous painter once receieved a scathing 1949 review describing his artwork as "a mop of tangled hair"?
The practice of performing in public places for tips and gratuities is known as what?
Sugar magnate Henry Tate is the founder and namesake of a noted and modern art gallery located in what city?
The Van Gogh Museum is a popular destination for art lovers visiting what European capital?
What artist's famous sketch, "The Vitruvian Man", is said to depict the ideal proportions of the male body?
The Broadway musical "Spamalot" is a stage adaptation of what classic movie comedy?
What artist painted his young daughter in his works "Paloma with an Orange" and "Paloma in Blue?"
What Broadway musical is largely set in a seedy nightclub called the Kit Kat Klub?
Usually referred to by his first name, the Renaissance artist Michelangelo had what surname?
The first musical to win a Pulitzer Prize, "Of Thee I Sing" takes its title from a lyric in what patriotic song?
Painted in 1893, the famous Edvard Munch painting "The Scream" depicts an organized figure holding his hands where?
Requiring considerable skill and experience, "throwing" is a technique used in what artistic medium?
The Dutch painter Vermeer is perhaps most famous for his portrait called "Girl with a" what?
The Broadway musical "American Idiot" is a stage adaptation of a popular album by what band?
What Broadway musical is subtitled "The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical"?
Substituting basketball for battle, the musical Lysistrata Jones is an adaptation of an ancient Greek play by whom?
The house in the background of the painting "American Gothic" stood in the artist's home state of what?
What Broadway musical features the song "Food, Glorious Food"?
What Tony-winning Broadway musical features a cast of risque, R-rated puppets?
What Broadway musical features the extravagant song-and-dance number "Springtime for Hitler"?
Traditionally, which of these professionals is most likely to wear a skirt made of tulle?
Still popular today, C.M. Coolidge's famous paintings of dogs playing poker were originally advertisements for what?
What does the "E" stand for in "NEA", the government agency that provides funding for the arts?
Seen in many still life paintings, a ewer is a decorative type of what household object?
Pointillism, a painting technique involving tiny dots of color, was pioneered by what French artist?
What Broadway musical spawned an unsuccessful 1990 sequel titled "Miss Hannigan's Revenge"?
The 1954 work "Flag" was the first in a famous series of paintings by what American artist?
The Enlightenment was an 18th century movement also commonly known as the "Age of " what?
Perhaps putting her classical music training to use, who composed the music for the 2011 Broadway play "Stick Fly"?
The musical "Camelot", which debuted on Broadway in 1960, features what legendary figure as the lead role?
The oil-on-canvas 'Three Studies of Lucian Freud' was sold at an auction in London in November 2013 for the highest price ever for a work of art. Who is the artist behind the painting?
It was in 2013 determined that a previously secret art collection of about 1500 works contained art stolen by the Nazis before and during World War II. In which city was the art collection discovered?