Artist by Clue #1

Guess the artist based on the clue.
Includes most types of visual art except for architecture, which will be included in a separate quiz. However, some of these artists may have been architects as well.
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Last updated: December 30, 2020
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He developed the technique of painting called pointillism, alongside Paul Signac.
Georges Seurat
He created the Statue of Zeus at Olympia, and two statues of Athena for the Athenian Acropolis.
Austrian painter famous for his "golden phase".
Gustav Klimt
Famous for his prints of Mount Fuji and a large wave, the latter of which also contains Mount Fuji.
Before creating his more abstract works, this artist went through a Blue Period and a Rose Period.
Pablo Picasso
His most famous painting portrays people in a downtown diner, late at night.
Edward Hopper
The official court sculptor of the pharaoh Akhenaten. He shares his name with four Egyptian pharaohs.
Dutch artist whose most famous paintings include depictions of a snowy scene and of the Tower of Babel.
Pieter Bruegel the Elder
Mexican artist who created paintings reflecting her experience of chronic pain.
Frida Kahlo
Husband of the above, famous for his large frescoes partially-inspired by pre-Columbian art.
Diego Rivera
Chinese contemporary artist involved in the creation of Beijing's "Bird's Nest" stadium, who also created 100 million handmade, painted porcelain sunflower seeds.
Ai Weiwei
Artist who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and created a 5.17-metre tall statue of David.
No-one knows the true identity of this British street artist. One of his series is called Girl with Balloon.
Liked to paint soup cans and celebrities.
Andy Warhol
His early works are relatively colourful compared to his later, darker works, which include a painting depicting a deity eating his own son.
Francisco Goya
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