In this quiz, we’re going to travel the globe in search of famous works of art. It’s up to you to name the city in which each of these masterpieces resides. (Note: One city appears twice.) You get a point for each correct answer. The bonus question is worth three points, so a perfect score is 15.
1. Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon is found in a city that has a host of galleries and museums, including the Whitney.
2. Many of Andy Warhol’s best-known works are located in a museum dedicated to him in this city.
3. Grant Wood’s American Gothic is on view in this Midwest city.
4. Whistler’s Portrait of the Painter’s Mother (also called Arrangement in Gray and Black) can’t be seen in America, but at the Musee d’Orsay in this city.
5. Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring is in the Mauritshuis, which is in this Dutch city.
6. Goya’s The Third of May is on view at the Museo del Prado in this city.
7. Rembrandt’s The Night Watch is displayed prominently at the Rijksmuseum in this city.
8. Frida Kahlo’s Self-Portrait with Monkey is at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in this city’s north end.
9. This city is home to the Mona Lisa, arguably the world’s most celebrated work of art.
10. Vincent’s Chair with His Pipe is on view at a gallery near Trafalgar Square in this city.
11. Gainsborough’s The Blue Boy is found in this lesser-known Southern California city.
12. Botticelli’s Primavera and Birth of Venus can both be seen in this Renaissance city.
BONUS: Salvador Dalí has several museums dedicated to him, including one in what unlikely American city?
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