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Do You Know What Color These Items Are in Popular Masterpieces
by Jacqueline Samaroo
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In the mood for some eye-popping fun? These world-famous masterpieces in black and white are a mind-bending experience you don't want to miss!

Edvard Munch's The Scream and Grant Wood's American Gothic are two fitting examples of works of art that are truly food for your soul. Their lines, textures, and colors all work together to make them unforgettable. We behold their beauty and muse over their interpretations, but are we only looking at the big picture and missing out on the intricate details the artists placed there for us?

Take that iconic self-portrait with the artist's face partially covered by a fruit, for example. We're sure you know it well but can you remember the color of the fruit? Or what about, that much talked about series of paintings showing poker-playing canines? These works of art are full of detail and rich in color but can you recall the colors of the particular items in them? Put your memory to the test. Start the quiz!

The thing with true masterpieces is that while everyone can appreciate them, only avid art scholars know them inside out. If you're one of them. then you should be able to recognize elements in these classics whether they're in black and white or in living color. Put your love and appreciation of beaux arts to the ultimate test. Take the quiz!

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