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Q1 : Who in 1945 undertakes to itemize the extra-cultural Swiss art?

a  Salvador Dali
b  André Breton
c  Jean Dubuffet


Q2 : Who is this work by?

a   Gaudi
b   Gustave Doré
c   Ferdinand Cheval

picture of the artist

Q3 : What is the name of this work?

a  Chateau du rêve (Dream Castle)
b  Palais des Glaces (Palace of Mirrors)
c  Palais Idéal (Ideal Palace)

Q4 : What job did the artist have?

a  orthicultor
b  mailman
c  aviator

Q5 : Who classified this work as a Historical Monument in 1969?

a   Jack Lang
b   André Breton
c   André Malraux

Q6 : By which name was this phenomenon already known?

a  l'art naïf (naive art)
b  l'art populaire  (popular art)
c  l'art des fous (mad art)

parade of object

Q7 : Who did this work?

a  Jakic Vojilslav
b  Joseph Crépin
c  Jean Dubuffet

Q8 : What is the name of the artist who in 1938 decided to decorate his house with common place objects that it contains such as pieces of dishes, multicolor glass, and items found at the public dump?

a  Raymond Isidore
b  Pierre Avezard
c  Jean Dubuffet

Q9 : What is the name of this house?

a   Maison imaginaire
b   Maison Alouette
c   Maison Picassiette

Q10 : What is the name of the artist, born in  Hénin-Liétard (Pas-de-Calais) in 1875, who from  1938, without any artistic formation, was guided by a "mysterious voice", and engaged in a long work of 300 paintings dedicated to stop world conflicts?

a   Fleury Joseph Crépin
b   Gaston Chaissac
c   Petit Pierre

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