Can you identify these famous writers and artists from their portraits?

Tag these famous artists and writers

You have probably seen and read the works of many famous artists artists and writers.

You were probably so influenced by their work that it defined your career.

You might know a lot about their careers, accomplishments, and the memorable events that made them famous.

But can you identify them just by looking at their portraits?

Time for a quick test:

Who is he
Who is he?

Hint: His most famous work is called “The Night Watch”, painted in 1642

This one is easy
This one is easy

Clue: A leading figure in the visual arts movement, more commonly known as pop art

Someone 39Money Heist39 fans will definitely know
Someone ‘Money Heist’ fans will definitely know

Hint: probably the greatest surrealist

italian sculptor
italian sculptor

Clue: David (1504)

Novelist essayist journalist and critic
Novelist, essayist, journalist and critic

Clue: 1984, Animal Farm

American writer poet editor and literary critic
American writer, poet, editor, and literary critic

Hint: Short stories: The Black Cat, The Golden Bug, Morella

Irish playwright critic, polemicist and activist
Irish playwright, critic, polemicist and activist

Hint: His influence on Western theatre, culture and politics spanned from the 1880s to his death and beyond.

Starry Night
Starry Night

Clue: Dutch Post-Impressionist painter who posthumously became one of the most famous and influential figures in Western art history.

Many say he is the GOAT
Many say he is the GOAT

Clue: The Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, The Vitruvian Man

Legendary Mexican painter
Legendary Mexican painter

Hint: Famous for his naive/primitive style of painting, especially his self-portraits


Take a good look at all the portraits before locking in your final answers.

Some of them are tricky.

Are you done with cross-checks?

Here are the answers :

1. Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, usually simply known as Rembrandt

2.Andy Warhol

3. Salvatore Dali

4. Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni

5. George Orwell

6. Edgar Poe

7. George Bernard Shaw

8.Vincent Van Gogh

9. Leonardo da Vinci

10. Frida Kahlo

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