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1 Who painted himself as a yellow chair?

2 In which group portrait does a dwarf called Maribarbola appear?

3 Which British conceptual artists made work from

a) a rotting hare;

b) a chocolate fountain;

c) eight pints of frozen blood?

4 Which collector revealed his purchase of which painting with the words: “A madman painted it – and a madman bought it”?

5 Who painted this 16th-century portrait, and which 19th-century artist based his illustration of which famous literary character on it?


1. ‘The Way of the World’; Congreve; Millamant.

2. ‘The Importance of Being Earnest; Wilde; Miss Prism.

3. ‘Happy Days’; Beckett; Winnie.

4. ‘Arcadia’; Stoppard; Lady Croom.

5. Anna Massey; Miss Prism.

WINNER: Rachel Lawrence, Cardiff

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Answers will appear in next Saturday’s Weekend edition.

The editor’s decision is final.


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