Art: Quizzical Quiz

Last week Chicago's dignified Art Institute tweaked the wits of visitors with a small baby-blue booklet entitled Art Quiz. Helen Parker, chic, quick-witted head of the Institute's department of education, got it up and it was good. In ten sections of ten questions each were such factual stumpers as "Who painted the girl serving chocolate on a well-known brand of cocoa?"; such models of test technique as "Pick your painter: a) Linsey-Woolsey, b) 'Lippo Lippi, c) Boro Budur, d) Sancho Panza, e) Michelozzo Michelozzi"; and queries Jike:

"What has M-G-M in common with a favorite subject of the Assyrian sculptors?"

"What has Alfred...

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