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How Art Influence Trivia Apps

A new trivia game for iOS and Android devices has hit the stores for app lovers! 100 Pics is a new game where users have over 70 different, specific categories to choose from, and then guess the answer to the picture being shown. 100 Pictures in each respective category. And (obviously) one of our favorite categories is Art! Here you will find all the 100 Pics answer and all the 100 Pics Art answers!

In 100 Pics category of Art, you will find some of the most well-known and obscure artists of each time-period and movement, as well as some of their most wonderful masterpieces–with a dash of ones you may never have seen or heard of!

You’ll find the work of Monet, Van Gogh, Cezanna, and all of their most famous pieces – Starry Night, Le Bassin Aux Nympheas, The Card Players, and so many more of the world’s most famous art pieces that have helped shaped the world and art history forever!

See if you can accurately pick out your favorite artist’s piece of work! You will receive a picture, a bunch of blank spaces below, and a letter bank below the blank spaces! Simply put in the name of the artist you think painted the picture. Once you have answered correctly, you will move on to the next piece of art. There are 100 art pieces for you to guess the names of! From the likes of Da Vinci, Monet, Renuir, Turner, and so many!

So in case you weren’t paying attention in Art History class, or just can’t put a name to that painting, checkout these 100 Pics answers for 100 Pics Art cheats for all levels!


90’s Museum – The Warhol

The 90’s was an iconic decade! There is no arguing that! So many memorable moments that happened, which helped to shape that decade! One aspect has stuck with us for decades–and will probably stay with us until the end of time. And that is the art work of Andy Warhol.

Andy Warhol’s work had started well before the 90s, but The Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, PA opened its doors in 1994. Allowing people who idolized and loved Andy Warhol, his work, and the style he helped create and influence! The Warhol showcases a genre of art that began in the 80s, and expanded and helped to shape much of the 90s! A gallery filled with old and new pieces that help to shape a generation and a decade. That is The Warhol.

And just like The Warhol, Totally 90’s has all of your favorite TV shows, characters, movies, food, cars, and other memorable 90s fads and moments never left; they’ve been brought back to life by Totally-90s! Just like the way people visit The Warhol to be inspired, reminisce and indulge, Totally 90’s will wash you over with a feeling of nostalgia, as you feast your eyes on all of the best moments the 90s had to offer.

A true web-gallery with all of the most well-known, forgotten, and obscure moments and fads the 90s had to offer. Too often we let the world of now takeover, and never take a step-back to see the world that we once lived in not so long ago. So sit back, relax, and click here to laugh and enjoy all the best 90’s moments!


American Museum of Natural History – The Power of Poison Exhibit Now Open Nov 16 – Aug 10

The Power of Poison exhibit is currently running at the American Museum of Natural History. The exhibit covers different kinds of poisons and how these lethal substances are used in nature, in storytelling and in human history.

Explore the exhibit before it closes on Aug 10, 2014. You’ll find a surprising number of poisonous species in the wildlife section, from plants to insects and reptiles. Learn about the different ways animals use poisons as a crucial tool to protect and feed themselves.

There will also be a plethora of information around dissecting myths and legends surrounding poison. Find out if there is any truth to these fascinating tall tales. There will also be a selection of curious cases of poisoning – many of which remain mysteries to this day.

Finally, Power of Poison will go into the secrets of poison and how they are being used in modern medicine and science. You’ll be shocked to know how much we can learn about our body, our cells and healing and regeneration, just by studying the toxic effects of the world’s many poisons.

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Breaking – The Met’s Inagurila Costume Institute Event: Charles James: Beyond Fashion

The Met (The Metropolitan Museum of Art) has recently announced that it will showcase an exhibit of the late Charles James’ work in fashion design. Charles James: Beyond Fashion will showcase on May 8th, which will also be the inaugural exhibition of the newly restructured Costume Institute. Museum paramours and fashion-addicts can observe the illustrious career of Charles James (1906-1978) until August 10th, 2014.

James began designing in London, where he was born and raised. He moved to Paris where he continued to perfect his craft and hone—before arriving in New York City in 1940. James had no formal training, but is now regarded as one of the greatest and most influential designers in the style of Houte Couture. His infatuation with complex cuts and odd seaming led to the birth of many key design elements, which were updated throughout his life – Figure-eight skirts, Ribbon Capes and dresses, and Poufs are some of the many few pioneering cuts James sculpted.

Much of the exhibition will focus and explore many of Charles James’ designs, his process, the focus and craftsmanship he put into each design, the science behind it, and the advance mathematical approach that went into constructing ball gowns that not only innovated—but revolutionized today’s gowns.

Charles James: Beyond Fashion will be presented and shown in two different locations – The New Costume Institute, and Special Exhibition Galleries on the Museum’s main first floor. The first-floor will spotlight the allure and magnificent architecture of James’ ball gowns—from the 1930s to the 1950s, including his most iconic gowns – “Tree,” “Swan,” “Diamond,” and “Butterfly.”

The New Costume Institute’s Lizze and Jonathan Tish Gallery will showcase the technology and elasticity to emphasize James’ life via sketches, pattern types, and his partially completed work from his last studio, which happen to be his final resting spot – The Chelsea Hotel in New York City.

Both exhibition locations will have video animations to help elucidate the creative process that went into each and every dress, which ultimately redefined the female body and figure.

Charles James – A man so great that he was given two first names. And after seeing Charles James: Beyond Fashion, you’ll understand his greatness.

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Vatican Museums

Name: The Vatican Museums

Address: Viale Vaticano, 00165  Rome

Phone: 0039 06 69884676 – 0039 06 69883145



  • Monday – Saturday, 9:00am – 6:00pm
  • Closed on Sundays (except the last Sunday of every month)
  • Closed on the following holidays – January 1, 6, February 11, March 19, April 8 (Easter), 9 (Easter Monday), May 1, June 29 (St. Peter and Paul), August 15, 16, November 1, December 8 (Immaculate Conception), 25, 26
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Metropolitan Museum of Art

Name: Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met)

Address: 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028

Phone: (212) 535-7710



  • Tuesday–Thursday: 9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
  • Friday and Saturday: 9:30 a.m.–9:00 p.m.
  • Sunday: 9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
  • Closed Monday (except Met Holiday Mondays), Thanksgiving Day, December 25, and January 1