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What do you call a painting with opaque watercolors?
What's the name of the female main character in '50 Shades of Grey'?
To who did Vincent van Gogh give his left earlobe after he cut his ear off?
What does Michelangelo's "Pieta" depict?
Which one of the following books is written by John Steinbeck?
What is the main character in Catcher in the Rye’s name?
Who Wrote Leviathan?
Who was auditioned by Mozart and said “he will give the world something worth to be heard”?
What’s the name of the main character in “The Fault in Our Stars” novel by John Green?
Who’s the author of the famous painting “The Sunflowers”?
Who wrote the “Divine Comedy”?
Banksy is the pseudonym of a famous…
How does Hamlet kill Polonius in the Shakespearean tragedy, Hamlet?
Whats the name of the main character of the novel “Gone with the Wind”?
The Holy Bible is the edited and translated book. Which is the second one?
Who built the Sphinx?
Whats the name of a Dutch hero in a play by Goethe?
Who wrote “The tunnel”?
What does “delet” or “delevit” mean in Latin?
Whats the name of the princess that told many stories to sultan Schahriar?
Which author wrote the novel “2666”, which was published posthumously in 2004?
Where do Ming vases come from?
Who is the wizard in The Hobbit?
Who painted The Water-Lily Pond?
Nike was the Greek goddess of what?
Romanesque art prevailed in what century?
Where is the “Rock& Roll Hall of Fame” museum?
What is the famous artist Kahlo’s first name?
What fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen is based on the legend of Undines?
Who wrote the French romantic novel “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.’?
Whats the most important work of Giovanni Bocaccio?
Who lived in 2218 Baker Street?
Which of these is a type of drum?
Who painted ‘Tereus Confronted with the Head of His Son ltylus’, also known as ‘The Feast of Tereus’?
Who designed the Eiffel Tower?
Who is Stephen King?
What historical period was the Mona Lisa painted in?
What’s the name of the captain of the submarine in ‘Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the sea’?
Which of this artists suffered from schizophrenia?
Who wrote “The Firm”?
Who wrote ‘The Magic Mountain’?
Who composed ‘Charriots of Fire’?
Who painted ‘Les Demoiselles d’Avignon’?
The Venus de Milo is believed to represent what goddess?
What grows in a ‘Cescendo’?
According to The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, what is the answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything?
Who wrote the book ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’?
Which of the following painters is not considered a representant of the lmpressionism?
Who is the author of the ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ trilogy?
Whats the name of the first philosophers?
What year was ‘El Quijote’ published?
Which of these american presidents doesn’t feature in Mount Rushmore?
Which german composer only wrote one opera?
What German region is famous for its porcelain?
Which European sculptor created the statue “David”?
Which movie debut the first of Disney’s classic princesses?
Where was the theatre born?
Which of the following is not a musical term?
Which famous artist lived in his own museum until his death?
Which one of these stories was adapted by The Brothers Grimm?
The painter Eugene Delacroix belongs to what art movement?
What technique is used by Goya in the painting ‘ The Disasters of War’?
Who was the composer of the Magic Flute?
Who’s the most noble of the three musketeers?
Whats the main theme in Boticelli’s paintings?
The Mona Lisa does not have what feature?
Which painter struggled with mental illness?
What material is the saxophone made of?
Which of Shakespeare’s novel was set in Verona, Italy?
Who wrote the book “The Notebook”?
Whats the name of the writer who created John Snow and Cersei Lannister?
In what room did Napoleon Bonaparte keep the Mona Lisa?
Where was Salvador Dali from?
How do we call the repetition of sounds in the verses of a strophe?
What art and scientific movement originated in Italy in the 14th century?
What famous composer died at the age of 36 and left a Requiem unfinished?
In ‘ Gullivers Travels’, which land is the kingdom of the giants?
How many strings does a cello have?
Whose work is the ” Liberty Leading the People”?
Where was Beethoven from?
Which of these poets is not part of the Cursed Poets?
Where is located La Pedrera, a famous building by Antoni Gaudi?
Who’s the author of the opera ‘ Madame Butterfly’?
When was Michael Ende’s ‘The Neverending Story’ published?
Which art movement does the painting ” The Scream” belong to?
What color when mixed with red makes orange?
Complete the sentence: to be or…?
Auguste Rodin is known for his sculptures in which of the following materials?
Which of the following artists is known for his impressionist style?
Which of the following books is written by Jules Verne?
What color do you get if you mix blue and red?
Gustavo Adolfo Becquer was a…?
Who wrote ‘ The Pelican Brief’?
Which of the following was not written by Agatha Christie?
What does the Latinism ‘de facto’ mean?
Which of the following is not a work by Robert Louis Stevenson?
Where did the Wizard of Oz live?
Who composed the opera “La Traviata”?
Which figurative language means: Exaggerated statements or claims not to be taken seriously?
Who painted the picture “The Old Guitarist”?
What philosopher said that, due to the existence of the soul previous to the actual birth, knowing something was simply ‘recalling’ it?
Who painted the Sistine Chapel?
Who composed the music of opera ‘The Magic Flute’?
Which of the following works was written by Aldous Huxley?
ln JRR Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, before he was corrupted by the ring, Gollum was once most like a…?
What is writer Paul Auster’s favourite city, according to his novels?
Who painted the ‘Mona Lisa’?
Who wrote Snow White?
Whos the king in Tolkien’s ‘The Return of the King?
Where was Jules Verne born?
Who wrote ‘The Canterbury Tales’?
What does the 5.17m tall white marble sculpture made by Michelangelo represent?
What style is the Winter Palace of Saint Petersburg?
What sort of ‘Party’ was Harold Pinter’s first full length play?
Nick Caraway is the narrator of what story?
In what novel is the main character a killer with an amazingly developed sense of smell?
What does abstract art mean?
Which form of dance would you find the phrase “en pointe”?
Who wrote the books “Gone Baby Gone” (1998) and “A Drink before the War” (1994)?
What was Marcel Proust looking for?
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times” is the opening line of what book?
What artist is known for his Brillo boxes sculptures?
What’s the name of the main character in ‘A Clockwork Orange’?
“Call me Ishmael.” is the opening line of what famous American novel?
For which genre of literary fiction is the Agatha Award presented?
How old was Mozart when he died?
How old was Mozart when he started composing?
How old was Mozart when he started to compose music?
How old was the American poet Sylvia Plath when she commited suicide?
How old was Vincent Van Gogh when he died?
How old was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart when he died?
How was the “Mona Lisa” damaged while being exposed?
How were the first French operas called?
How would you call a statue or sculpture if the subject has extended arms in a praying attitude?
In what kind of paint oil is used to amalgamate?
In what language was ‘The Divine Comedy’ originally written?
In what Michael Ende novel does Cassiopeia the turtle appear?
In what novel by Stephen King does the main antagonistic character take the shape of a killer clown?
In what novel by Ray Bradbury the firemen burn books instead of putting out fires?
In what North American city did jazz originate?
What American novelist and essay-writer popularized the cut-up technique when experiencing with language?
What animal did Pinocchio turn into at chapter 32?
What century was Johann Sebastian Bach born?
What composer is known for his Madrigals?
What composer was accused of killing Mozart due to jealousy?
What is “Cuneiforme”?
What is Draco Malfoy’s father called?
What is Emma Stone’s real name?
What is Frank McCourt’s most famous novel?
What is Frodo Baggins, the main character in ‘The Lord of the Rings’?
What is Hamlet’s dilemma?
What is Harry Potter owl’s name?
What is Hermione Granger’s second name?
What is the name of the protagonist from “The Phantom of the Opera”?
What type of color is green?
What play originated the quote “To be or not to be”?
What is the Origami?
What is the opposite colour of red?
What is the original language of the book “The Count of Monte Cristo”?
What is the piece of Pablo Picasso based on triangles?
What is the Pieta by Michaelangelo?
What nationality was the composer Claude Debussy?
What nationality was the contemporary artist William Kentridge?
What North American literary critic published ‘The Western Canon’ focusing on 26 writers he considered essential?
What novel by James Joyce has been most studied and influential?
What novel by Jeffrey Eugenides was adapted into a film by Sofia Coppola?
What novel ends with the phrase: “He loved Big Brother.”?
What novel of Isabel Allende talks about the sickness and death of her daughter?
What novel was the first bestseller of the Afghan-born American writer Khaled Hosseini?
What nude feminin painting was stabbed by a suffragist?
Which famous artist cut off his ear?
What’s the name of the fictional village in Garcia Marquez’s novel ‘A Hundred Years of Solitude’?
What’s the name of the figure of speech that uses many conjunctions?
What’s the name of the first main epic poem in English Literature?
Where did Beethoven spend most of his life and die?
Where does Lehar’s operetta ‘The Merry Widow’ take place?
Where does Romeo and Juliette take place?
Where does the father of the kid in ‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close’ die?
Where does the International Book Fair (IBF) take place?
Where does the story of the book “The Book Thief” take place?
Where is Da Vinci’s painting ‘The Last Supper’?
Which is a children’s book by Roald Dahl?
Which is Anthony Burgess’ most famous novel?
Which is considered to be the seventh art?
Which is Edgar Allan Poe’s most famous poem?
Which of the composers below lived mainly in the classical period?
Which of the following American writers is not part of the Generation X?
Which of the following artists does NOT belong to the Flemish baroque painting?
Which of the following artists is a key figure in dadaism and surrealism?
Which of the following artists is known for depicting the loneliness of the American life in the 20th century?
Which of these is not a story by Edgar Allan Poe?
Which of these is one of Mozart’s real names?
Which of these was a feature of classical Greek drama?
Which of these was an Italian sculptor?
Which ‘rat’ did Hamlet kill?
Who is the main character in the novel ‘1984’ by George Owell?
Who is the main character in the novel Madame Bovary?
Who is the most prominent Greek deity in The Odyssey?
Who is the narrator in the novel “The Great Gatsby”?
Who is told by the Red Queen that she must run as fast as she can so she stays in the same place?
Who published the book ‘Fictions’ in 1944?
Who said ” Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened”?
Who said ‘ In art as in love, tenderness is what gives strength ‘?
Who said “All that glitters is not gold”?
Who said ‘Art is a lie that makes us realise the truth’?
Who said ‘As God is my witness, I’ll never be hungry again!’?
Who said “I only know that I know nothing”?
Who said: “The end justifies the means”?
Who said the oldest definition of Philosophy?
Who said “Time is a flat circle”?
Who sculpted the ‘Discobolus’?
Who sculpted the statue David currently located in Florence, Italy?
Who was Aristotles?
Who was Auguste Rodin?
Who was Romeo’s best friend in Shakespeare?s “Romeo and Juliet”?
Who was the architect of Italy’s unification around the kingdom of Piedmont?
Who was the author of the The Fall of the House of Usher?
Gabriel Garcia Marquez was born in what country?
Georges Melies is consider to be the founder of what cinema art?
Graffiti is generally associated with which art medium?
Henri Cartier-Bresson is considered to be the father of the photographic report. Where was he from?
How many black keys does a piano have?
How many books does the “Hunger Games” saga have?
How many books does the novel “A Series of Unfortunate Events” have?
How many children did Shakespeare have?
How many wives did Bluebeard kill?
How much time did it take for Philias Fogg to travel around the world?
How much time passes in the hundreds of pages of James Joyce’s Ulyses?
In classical mythology, into what did Athena turn Arachne?
In the book series “Percy Jackson and the Olympians”, who is Percy’s greatest enemy?
In the fable written by La Fontaine, the hare bet she would arrive to the finish line before what other animal?
In the fairy tale of Snow White, what were the seven dwarfs in the Albanese version?
In the Iliad, who was the son of the king of Troy, Priam?
In the most famous piece by experimental composer John Cage, the interpreter sits silently in front of his or her instrument for the whole piece. What’s its name?
In the novel Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo, what is Cosette’s birth name?
In the novel “Life of Pi”, with which animal does the main character spend the majority of the novel with?
In the novel Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, who did Jane Bennett marry?
In the The Da Vinci’s Code, who is Robert?
In what century did Vivaldi compose ‘The Four Seasons’?
In what city is Mozart’s opera ‘The Marriage of Figaro’ set?
In which year was “Pride and Prejudice” first published ?
Inspired by a renewed interest in Ancient Greece and Rome, which style meaning “rebirth” originated in Italy in the 14th century?
Into what do the witches in Roald Dahl’s novel turn the child by using their great formula?
Otelo lived in what island?
The American artist Mark Rothko is related to which of the following artistic movements?
The avant-garde drama movement of the 1950s was the ‘Theatre of the …’?
The Venetian opera famous for its fires was named after what bird?
“To be or not to be…” Is the beginning of a monologue by which Shakesperean character?
What city hosted the premier of Mozart’s “Don Giovanni”?
What decade saw the birth of pop art in the United States and the United Kingdom?
What device is used to measure the number of beats per minute in music?
What did Alberto Durero, Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci hold in their left hand when they painted?
What do ogres in fairy tales usually eat?
What is the most known painting of Leonardo da Vinci?
What is the name of Kant’s fundamental work?
What is the name of Odysseus wife, who remained sowing while awaiting her husband’s return?
What is the name of the author of The Snow Queen and The Little Mermaid?
What is the title of Homer’s most famous poetic Epic.?
What is The Venus de Milo?
What is the Venus of Milo made of?
What is Van Gogh’s first name?
What museum has Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” as part of its permanent collection?
What musical discipline studies the simultaneity of sounds and its relations?
What musical takes place during the French Revolution?
What musician collaborated closely with the Russian Ballets?
What name did van Gogh use to sign his paintings?
What nationality is JRR Tolkien?
WhWhat’s the orchestra-like music genre the most popular in Romanticism?at’s the orchestra-like music genre the most popular in Romanticism?
What’s the origin of the hendecasyllable verse?
What’s the original name of the book where adventurer Marco Polo tells about his travels?
What’s the rhyme structure in the first two strophes of an English or Shakesperean sonnet?
What’s the string instrument that produces the lowest sounds?
What’s the surname of the siblings Alexei, Ivan and Dmitri in Dostoyevsky’s novel?
What’s the title of the third novel of the Harry Potter saga?
When was the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch born?
Where are boleros originally from?
Where would you visit to see “The Statue Of David”?
Where you can find Gaudi’s “Sagrada Familia”?
Which 1800’s writer grew up in Mississippi, which is portrayed in several of his books about children who live there?
Which 19th century artist painted “Flaming June”?
Which authors died on the same date?
Which book from the Harry Potter series comes right after ‘the Prisoner of Azkaban’?
Which city is most of Les Miserables set in?
Which is the most translated book?