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Question 1: No. 5, 1948 is a painting by ________ (January 28, 1912 – August 11, 1956), an American painter known for his contributions to the abstract expressionist movement.
Jackson PollockLee KrasnerAbstract expressionismPaul Cézanne

Question 2:
Which of the following titles did No. 5, 1948 have?
1948 FA Charity Shield
No. 5, 1948
1948-49 Rugby Football League season
At Last the 1948 Show

Question 3: The ________' song "Going Down", B-side of "Made of Stone", makes a comic reference to the painting: "yeah she looks like a painting, Jackson Pollock's No.
John SquireThe Stone Roses (album)The Stone RosesFools Gold/What the World Is Waiting For

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Question 5: The record's cover was a painting by guitarist ________ in a style similar to that of Jackson Pollock.
Ian BrownJohn SquireThe Stone RosesAlan Wren

Question 6: [4] David Cook, deputy director of painting at ________'s Australia, stated that the price of Pollock's paintings will continually rise in value, as very few of Pollock's paintings are still left.
Sotheby'sAmazon.comRandom HouseUnited States

Question 7: [5] It is speculated that Geffen sold the painting, along with two others, to raise enough funds to bid for the ________.
Sam ZellChicago TribuneKTLALos Angeles Times

Question 8: [1] It was originally owned by Samuel Irving Newhouse and displayed at the Museum of Modern Art before being sold to ________ and then allegedly to David Martinez in 2006.
David GeffenGeffen RecordsBob DylanLinda Ronstadt


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