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This artist used a combination of light and shadow to give his paintings depth.
He was a court painter for 3 different Spanish kings.
The love of his life was Gala, the woman that predominates most of his works.
This artist opened his own museum.
He was not born in Spain but rather on the island of Crete..
This artist was the father of Cubism..
This artist was considered a heretic for the latter part of his life..
He is known for painting with icy blues and vibrant reds..
This artist opened his own art production shop in Toledo..
This artist “borrowed” many other styles and art paintings for his paintings..
He painted the destruction of a Spanish town by the Germans..
This artist created many works in order to insult the rich/noble class..
This artist broke the “norm” by painting people of color in major political and religious roles..
This artist style included organic forms and flattened picture planes drawn with sharp lines..
He probably had a stigmatism, causing him to elongate all his subjects..
Although born in Spain, he was exiled to France to escape the Inquisition..
This artist liked to paint everyday scenes, especially still-lifes with eggs..
This artist was disowned by his father for saying that he liked to spit on the painting of his mother..
This artist never had a really “famous” work..
This artist received the Gold Medal of Fine Arts from the Spanish king Juan Carlos I..
TRUE or FALSE? Greco and Velazquez were court painters.
TRUE or FALSE? Greco liked to paint little people.
TRUE or FALSE? Picasso started his blue period after the death of his long-time friend.
TRUE or FALSE? Greco, Velazquez, and Goya are known as the Great Triumvirate or the “big 3” artists of Spain.
TRUE or FALSE? Dali used Cubism, Surrealism, and Dada as part of his style.
TRUE or FALSE? Miró painted himself as God.
TRUE or FALSE? Greco, Dalí and Miró are all true modernist painters.
TRUE or FALSE? Goya saw the horrors that Napoleon brought when he invaded Spain.
TRUE or FALSE? Italy was the center of art during the Renaissance.
TRUE or FALSE? France boasted being the most artistically diverse in the 19 th and 20 th centuries.
TRUE or FALSE? Goya painted somber moods by using a rose color.
TRUE or FALSE? Greco was predominantly influenced by realism and Flemish art.
TRUE or FALSE? Velazquez and Goya painted portraits of the royal family.
TRUE or FALSE? There was only 1 Inquisition in Spain.
TRUE or FALSE? Velazquez used eggs, crutches, and bread in his paintings.
TRUE or FALSE? Miró used dreams to shape his artistic works.
TRUE or FALSE? Dalí said that he was Surrealism.
TRUE or FALSE? Goya was deaf.
TRUE or FALSE? Greco invented Italian Realism.
TRUE or FALSE? Goya and Velazquez attended the Academy of San Fernando.
TRUE or FALSE? The Academy of San Fernando is in Spain.
TRUE or FALSE? The Academy of Saint Luke is in Italy.
TRUE or FALSE? Picasso married only 1 woman in his life.
TRUE or FALSE? Picasso, Dali, and Miró all painted during the Spanish Civil War, 1930-36.
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