1.) Who designed the iron truss tower framework supporting the Statue of Liberty?
2.) The crown of the Statue of Liberty contains how many windows?
3.) Notable features of what Oklahoman city include art deco buildings such as the Phillips Oil Philcade?
4.) What country located on the Tagus River contains Monument of the Discoveries?
5.) Hermosa Beach, California has contained a museum of artwork made by what animals since 2000?
6.) A towering bronze likeness of what entertainer stands at the entrance to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York?
7.) Construction of what Madrid art museum completed in 1819?
8.) Lorenzo Ghiberti created magnificent bronze doors for the baptistery in what city?
9.) A note said “Thanks for the poor security” after thieves pilfered what painting during the Lillehammer Olympics in 1994?
10.) Officials announced Sunset at Montmajour as whose lost painting on September 9th, 2013?
11.) Only copies of sculptures by Myron of Eleutherae exist in which nude athletes typically hold what?
12.) Jean/Hans Arp transitioned from flat reliefs to freestanding pieces referred to as “sculpture in” what, a term also used to describe a type of theater?
13.) A 16-foot statue of what Russian revolutionary stands in Seattle, Washington?
14.) What U.S. state houses the incomplete (as of December 2013) Crazy Horse Memorial?
15.) Completed in 1914, the motto of what engineering project read “the land divided, the world united”?
16.) What name belongs to the drawing created by Leonardo da Vinci in 1490 depicting a male figure in two superimposed positions with his arms and legs apart and simultaneously inscribed in a circle and square?
17.) What art museum ranks as the largest by display area in the United States?
18.) According to Crayola’s Color Census conducted in both 1993 and 2000, what ranks as the most popular color of Crayola Crayon?
19.) Lord Byron gave the Bridge of Sighs its name in the 19th century due to the belief that prisoners would sigh at their final view of what Italian city through the window before being taken down to their cells?
20.) Best known for consumer electronics, what South Korean company constructed the Burj Khalifa, the Petronas Towers and the Taipei 101?
1.) Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel
2.) 25 windows
3.) Tulsa, OK
6.) Jackie Gleason
7.) El Prado
8.) Florence, Italy
9.) The Scream
10.) Vincent van Gogh
12.) “the round”
13.) Vladimir Lenin
14.) South Dakota
15.) the Panama Canal
16.) Vitruvian Man
17.) Metropolitan Museum of Art
19.) Venice, Italy