First ever Art Law & More Quiz – enter and we’ll donate to charity!

At this unprecedented time, the team at Art Law & More would like to extend a special message of thanks and support to all our readers. We are thinking of you and hoping that each of you are keeping safe and well.

While the doors of art galleries and museums remain closed, we thought you might enjoy a little light cultural relief in the form of our very first Art Law & More Quiz. The quiz will lead you on a hunt through some of our most newsworthy blog posts of the past few years in a bid to piece together a quote from beloved American artist, Dorothea Tanning, which reminds us how art can shine a light in the bleakest of times.

But wait, there’s more.

By participating in the quiz, you will be helping to support The Rainbow Trust, Boodle Hatfield’s Charity Partner of the year. In current times, charities need our help and support more than ever. The Rainbow Trust support families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness and need bespoke support. To support The Rainbow Trust’s vital work, for every participant in the Art Law & More Quiz, Boodle Hatfield will donate £5 to The Rainbow Trust, subject to a maximum of £500.

Art law nostalgia, charitable giving – this is the quiz we all need right now!

Ready to begin?

You have two tasks to complete:

  1. Correctly answer each of the 14 questions below. You’ll find the answer to each question in one of fourteen of our Art Law & More blog posts, which can be found by clicking the link here.

(*Pro tip: Use the ‘SEARCH ALL ARTICLES’ search function to help you track down the post with the correct answer)

  1. Correctly answer question 15 below: In each of the blog posts containing the winning answers to questions 1-14 you’ll notice a word has been highlighted in bold. Note down each word as you go and you will spell out Dorothea Tanning’s quote.

Email us at with your 15 correct answers by Wednesday 13th May. If you have any queries, drop us a line at and we will help nudge you in the right direction.

The quiz is just for fun and there is no prize, but remember that just by you entering the Art Law & More Quiz, Boodle Hatfield will donate £5 to The Rainbow Trust.

What are you waiting for? Time to get quizzing!

Be safe and well,

From your Art Law & More Team.

  1. What was the name of the painting by Antony Van Dyck stolen from a University of Oxford gallery?
  2. A painting by which artist was found in a suitcase belonging to Cornelius Gurlitt, which he left behind in a hospital?
  3. What humble fruit was the centrepiece of a work by Maurizio Cattelan exhibited at Art Basel Miami?
  4. In which Amsterdam museum did art historian and provenance researcher, Silvia Davoli, find a Renaissance bas relief once belonging to Horace Walpole?
  5. What was the name of the mobster who is believed to have orchestrated the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum art heist?
  6. In the case of The Creative Foundation v Dreamland Leisure Limited [2015] EWHC 2556 (Ch), who did Arnold J decide the Folkestone Banksy belonged to?
  7. Which long-contested artefact could the British Museum be forced to repatriate under a Brexit deal?
  8. Upon which form of transportation was the gallery where Ms Mattie King bought a set of allegedly forged Salvador Dali prints?
  9. What is the estimated value of a hoard of diamond jewellery stolen from the Dresden Green Vaults?
  10. Which journalist called Banksy’s self-destructing artwork ‘Girl with Balloon’ an act of ‘artistic terrorism’?
  11. What kind of rare medieval floor tile was dug up by archaeologists from underneath the Courtauld Institute of Art?
  12. What was the name of the Caravaggio painting at the centre of a claim for breach of contract and negligence led by Boodle Hatfield’s art law team?
  13. At which London gallery did Extinction Rebellion stage a protest against BP sponsorship?
  14. What solid gold object was stolen from a small stall adjacent to Winston Churchill’s birthing room at Blenheim Palace?
  15. What did beloved American painter, sculptor and writer Dorothea Tanning say about the healing power of art?

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