There's a handful of paintings - art masterpieces - that we've all seen hundreds of times, in books, on tv, in museums (if you're lucky), and of course online. But how much do you notice the full painting when you see the masterpiece? It's easy to focus on the subject, but how much do you look at the full picture: the edges, the corners, the details?
We've extracted some details out of some very famous paintings, and we'll give you some clues. How well do you know the actual paintings of these masterpiece details? Scroll down to play, and at the bottom, you can click to get your score, and then click on the link to visually see the answers - we will show you the details next to the full originals.
Which masterpiece painting has flowers floating through the air over a body of water?
Clue: the paintings listed below are by Rembrandt, Titian, Sandro Botticelli, and Georges Seurrat
Which masterpiece painting has a curving road cutting through a landscape near a body of water?
Clue: the paintings listed below are by Gustav Klimt, Edouard Manet, Michelangelo, and Leonardo da Vinci.
We cropped this masterpiece painting detail to look somewhat abstract, and if we tell you what these details are, we think we would give away the answer, but also think there's enough visually to go on here.
Clue: the paintings listed below are by Edvard Munch, Paul Cezanne, Edward Hopper, and Hans Holbein the Younger.
Which masterpiece painting has an open doorway, a clock, and a cabinet with bottles and flowers?
Clue: the paintings listed below are by Paul Cezanne, Paul Gauguin, Vincent Van Gogh, and Henri Matisse.
Whether you got the questions right or wrong, we're sure you're going to want to see the details next to the original paintings here!
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