March 8, 2013  |  Do You Know Your MoMA?
Do You Know Your MoMA? 3/8/13


How well do you know your MoMA? If you think you can identify the artist and title of each of these works—all currently on view in the Painting and Sculpture Galleries—please submit your answers by leaving a comment on this post. We’ll provide the answers next month (on Friday, April 12).

Congratulations to Lucía Villanueva, the first of several people to correctly identify all six works. (Earlier answers got very close, but incorrectly identified the Juan Gris painting Jar, Bottle and Glass.) Do you have what it takes to claim this month’s title?

Do You Know Your MoMA March 8, 2013

1. Lyubov Popova. Subject from a Dyer’s Shop. 1914

2. Senga Nengudi. R.S.V.P. I. 1977/2003

3. Juan Gris. Jar, Bottle and Glass. 1911

4. Pablo Picasso. Violin and Grapes. 1912

5. Andy Warhol. Rorschach. 1984

6. Carlo Carrà. Funeral of the Anarchist Galli. 1910–11


1. Piet Mondrian
2. Varvara Stepanova
3. Georges Barque
4. Patrik Henry Bruce
5. Joan Mirò
6. Kazimir Malevich

1. “Composition in Oval with Color Planes 1” Piet Mondrian
2. “Figure”, Varvara Stepanova
3. “Homage to J. S. Bach”, Georges Braque
4. “Painting”, Patrick Henry Bruce
5. “Person Throwing a Stone at a Bird”, Joan Miró
6. “Suprematist Painting”, Kazimir Malevich

1: Piet Mondriaan, Color planes in oval, 1913-1914
2: Varvara Stepanova, Figure, 1921
3: Georges Braque, Hommage to J.S. Bach, 1911-12
4: Patrick Henry Bruce, Painting, 1929-30
5: Joan Miro, Person throwing a stone at a bird, 1926
6: Kazemir Malevich, Suprematist painting, 1916-17

1. Piet Mondrian: Composition in Oval with Color Planes 1, 1914
2. Varvara Stepanova: Figure, 1921
3. Georges Braque: Homage to J.S. Bach, Winter 1911-1912
4. Patrick Henry Bruce: Painting, c. 1929-1930
5. Joan Miró: Person Throwing a Stone at a Bird, 1926
6. Kazimir Malevich: Supermatist Painting, 1916-1917

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