Rose (Registered 1883) by William MorrisThe Baltimore Museum of Art
How well do you know the work of some of the best known artists from around the world? Do you think you’d be able to tell which artist painted which piece, just from a close-up detail or a zoomed-in brushstroke?
With just a couple of clues to help, take a look at 12 close-ups of artworks and guess who made them...
Watery Paths (Sentieri ondulati) (1947) by Jackson PollockLa Galleria Nazionale
Red Cannas (1927) by Georgia O'KeeffeAmon Carter Museum of American Art
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Water Lilies (1916) by Claude MonetThe National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo
Live Ammo (Ha! Ha! Ha!) (1962/1962) by Roy LichtensteinChrysler Museum of Art
The Kirifuri Waterfall at Mt. Kurokami (ca. 1831) by Katsushika HokusaiThe Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Marxism Will Give Health to the Ill (1954) by Frida KahloMuseo Frida Kahlo
The Starry Night (1889) by Vincent van GoghMoMA The Museum of Modern Art
Grande composizione A con nero, rosso, grigio, giallo e blu (1919 - 1920) by Piet MondrianLa Galleria Nazionale
The birth of Venus (1483 - 1485) by Sandro BotticelliUffizi Gallery
The Family (1892) by Mary CassattChrysler Museum of Art
Textile length, 'Bird' (1878/1924) by William MorrisMuseum of Applied Arts and Sciences