Artist Birthday Quiz for 7/29~

What American painter — best known for his genre paintings, paintings of scenes from everyday life, and portraits of people both famous and unknown — was a co-founder of the Metropolitan Museum of Art?

What British advertising designer, poster artist, and illustrator won first place in a poster competition held by the London City Council in 1935, and from that point on freelanced as a graphic artist?

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Artist Birthday Quiz for 7/25~

Which artist, born in Philadelphia in 1844, was in the vanguard of young painters who would shift the focus of American art from landscape to the figural subjects favored by the European academies?

Which American painter and illustrator enjoyed a career that lasted for more than half a century and helped shape the Golden Age of illustration and American visual arts?

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Artist Birthday Quiz for 7/24~

Although he was considered a Spanish artist, this painter was born in Italy and most active in France, clearly more influenced by Parisian artists and never participating in national exhibitions in Spain.

A struggling and relatively unknown painter of Czech origin living in Paris, this artist achieved immediate fame when in December 1894 he accepted a commission to create a poster for Sarah Bernhardt.

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Artist Birthday Quiz for 7/22~

Which artist’s “House by the Railroad”, a gift of an anonymous donor in 1930, was the first oil painting to be acquired for the permanent collections of the newly founded Museum of Modern Art?

Which artist introduced moving parts into his work in 1931, then over the following decades created variations on this concept including “gongs”, “towers”, ”totems”, and “animobiles”?

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