Great Artists and Designers 2
Mary Cassatt was an American painter who lived in France.

Great Artists and Designers 2

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Studying art and design is partly about learning new techniques like shading or color mixing, and partly about learning about the historical and cultural development of art over the centuries. One aspect of this is the most famous historical artists whose works have shaped the art world.

Try this quiz on famous artists and learn more about the cultural development of art.

Mary Cassatt was an American painter and printmaker, who was friends with another very famous artist. Who was he?
Piet Mondrian
Andy Warhol
J. M. W Turner
Edward Degas
Their styles were quite similar!
The Bauhaus was a design school which had a great influence over which aspect of design?
Color choices
Brush strokes
Straighter rulers
They developed the first styles of type which did not have serifs
Neville Brody is a designer and art director. He has designed more than 20 types of what?
Typeface names designed by Brody include Pop, Tokyo and Gothic
René Magritte created which works of art?
Realist paintings
Surrealist paintings
Impressionist paintings
Surrealists produced works which were strange and sometimes dream-like
David Hockney, from Bradford, was a big part of which art movement in the 1960s?
Punk Art
Pop Art
Poor Art
Proud Art
He is often considered to be one of the most influential British artists of the 20th Century
Willem de Kooning and Jackson Pollock both worked in a way which became known as what?
Action painting
Drama painting
Silent painting
Mystery painting
Their works are vibrant and full of movement and color
Roy Lichtenstein was a famous artist belonging to a particular movement. What was it?
American Pop Art
The movement focussed on bright images in a cartoon style
Norman Rockwell's work was noted for reflecting the culture of the country he came from. Which country was this?
He often painted for magazine covers and illustrated books and calendars
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was an artist and designer. He created some of the first what?
Cave paintings
Film credits
Food packaging
One of his first posters was used to advertise confetti!
Paul Rand was one of the most famous and recognized American designers of the 20th Century. One logo he designed was for which company?
Coca Cola
It was once said that Rand could use the language of a poet and the language of a businessman
Author:  Angela Smith

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