Where’s that work of art?

Marilyn Diptych
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See if you've got the chops to figure out which countries call these masterpieces home.

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Starry Night
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Question 1 of 8 Score: 0

Vincent Van Gogh's "Starry Night" is on display in which country?

A familiar image to many, "Starry Night" has been reproduced on everything from tea cups to T-shirts. If you want to see the real thing you'll have to travel to New York's Museum of Modern Art.

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Guernica
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Which of these countries does Picasso's "Guernica" call home?

This painting is believed to depict the bombing of the Spanish town of Guernica during the country's civil war. Such was its artistic power that it helped draw international attention to the conflict. Today it can be found at the Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid, Spain.

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Agony of The Feet
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Jean Michel Basquiat's "Agony of the Feet" hangs in what country's national museum?

Basquiat is arguably the most famous artist to come out of New York in the 1980s. Though he passed away at 27, his work still lives on in paintings such as this one, which hangs in the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.

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American Gothic
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Is "American Gothic" found hanging in an American institution or in one of these other countries?

"American Gothic" is one of the most identifiable works of 20th century American Art. Grant Wood's painting now hangs at the Art Institute of Chicago.

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The Thinker
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The earliest bronze casting of Rodin's "The Thinker" is on display where?

Auguste Rodin made several "The Thinker" sculptures, but the oldest surviving bronze casting, from 1884, is on display at the National Gallery of Victoria, an art museum in Melbourne, Australia.

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Marilyn Diptych
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Andy Warhol's "Marilyn Diptych" calls what country home?

The "Marilyn Diptych" marries two of the most iconic artists in American history: Warhol and Marilyn Monroe. But if you want to see it you'll have to head to London, England, where it's on display at the Tate.

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"The Scream" by Edvard Munch
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Edvard Munch's original "The Scream" painting hangs in the national gallery of which country?

Munch actually made four of these iconic paintings, the oldest of which hangs in the National Gallery in Oslo, Norway.

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Giacometti was one of the most important artists of the 20th Century and "Walking Man" is quite possibly his most important piece. You can see it at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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In what country can you find Alberto Giacometti's "Walking Man?"

Alberto Giacometti was one of the 20th century's most important sculptors and "Walking Man" was perhaps his most important work. Today it can be found on display at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Marilyn Diptych
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