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Which of these artists was an Impressionist?
Despite being a friend of the community, Édouard Manet never exhibited his works side by side with Impressionists. For a while, though, he fell under Monet’s influence and painted in the Impressionist technique. But he never was the movement representative.
Paul Cézanne is considered a Post Impressionist since his goal was to develop a unique painting style rather than manifest his world perception on canvas.
You’re right! The famous painting Impression, Sunrise (1872) by Claude Monet is a gem of Impressionism.
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Which technique was invented by Leonardo Da Vinci?
The Impasto technique presupposes applying thick layers of oil paint on the canvas, often with such a pronounced texture that the strokes are visible. The technique gained popularity in the 19th century, and a prominent example of such a work is Van Gogh’s The Starry Night.
Have you ever seen a painting made of tiny dots? That’s how the Pointillism technique looks like. It became popular in France and was one of Neo-Impressionism features; Leonardo didn’t live up to this moment.
The painting technique "sfumato", invented by Leonardo da Vinci, which makes his paintings look like photographs, is also called "living water". This is not surprising, because thanks to her, the images of the paintings of the great Italian master seem to come to life, they have a naturalistic depth and atmosphere.
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Who created this piece of art?
Andy Warhol is a pop art representative. He interpreted the mass culture phenomena, but he wasn’t the one to create Love is in the Bin.
Yep! No one knows a person hiding behind the name of Banksy—but everyone has surely heard about the incident that took place at his auction: Banksy’s painting destroyed itself with a shredding machine. It was Banksy’s bold act of protest against the commercialization of art.
Well, Jackson Pollock’s creative career took place a few decades earlier. He employed the easily recognizable dripping technique.
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When did Picasso paint his Les Demoiselles d'Avignon?
You nailed it! This painting was the first Cubist work by Pablo Picasso.
Too late. By the year 1915, Picasso’s Cubist period had already ended. 
This year, Picasso first came to Paris and started his career. He painted his Les Demoiselles d'Avignon only 7 years later.
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What is performance?
Not really. Performance is an action-based art movement, the one in which the artists become the doers and the protagonists. 
Right! Performance appeared in the 1970s but was only recently recognized.
Not really. Artists were making manifestos long before performance entered the picture. Performance is an action that entails an idea implemented by an artist or a group of people; in its form, it often resembles a play.
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