Animals #MuseumGames #Crossword April 12
Participating Museums: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences; Allentown Art Museum; Ancient House Museum of Thetford Life (part of Norfolk Museums Service); Antique Gas and Steam Engine Museum; Appleton Museum of Art, College of Central Florida; BAMPFA ; Canadian War Museum ; Contemporary Jewish Museum; Delaware Art Museum; Erie Canal Museum; Fairfield University; Georgia Museum of Art; Getty; Hammer Museum at UCLA; Holden Arboretum; Kean University Galleries; Kimbell Art Museum; Long Island Children’s Museum; New-York Historical Society; Old World Wisconsin; Peabody Essex Museum; Poster House; Pueblo Grand Museum; Royal Saskatchewan Museum; San Antonio Museum of Art; Stories of Lynn; The Delaware Natural History Museum ; The Johnson Collection; The Lynn Museum (part of Norfolk Museums Service) ; University of Michigan Museum of Natural History; Westmoreland Museum of American Art; Wolfsonian-FIU
Akron Art Museum’s watcher.
These social sea creatures are sometimes called canaries of the sea. Check out more at the Shedd Aquarium for more.
One in the herd in Akron Art Museum’s watercolor.
Ingredient in the making of Yellow Paper. Check out the Metropolitan Museum of Art for more.
This animal is “bad luck for the Axis.” The Wolfsonian-FIU can help.
Turtle’s landloving friend.
Not a horn
What is the nickname of the world’s largest and oldest Tyrannosaurus rex?Royal Saskatchewan Museum can help.
Fly-in to the Eastern Broadleaf Forest at the Holden Arboretum.
Big or Early
A long-tailed, often colorful, New World parrot. Learn more at the Pueblo Grand Museum.
N.C. Wyeth’s media, like in this work from the Delaware Art Museum.
Los Angeles-based Conceptual artist John Baldessari (1931–2020) made many images of animals. This one is blue and looks right at you! The Hammer Museum at UCLA is the place to find the answer.
Starter for fish or light.
Conrad Ruiz’s 2009 watercolor “Overload,” shown at Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) in 2018 features Barack Obama flying through the air atop this breed of dog.
The greatest mascot in college sports, representing the Georgia Museum of Art’s home institution.
Although Alfred Bryan Wall painted some portraits, he became known for creating quiet, pastoral scenes which usually included this animal, ____________. Learn more at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
The young Michelangelo studied its scales to create convincing demons for his first known painting. The Kimbell Art Museum is the place to learn more.
Bald or Eyed
Animal in the 1975 Pink Panther movie, “It’s Pink, but is it — ?” Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences could tell you more.
One of the creatures in Getty’s 16th-century manuscript.
Known for its strength and smarts, a work animal sometimes named Sal. Learn more at the Erie Canal Museum.
The name of the beloved dog belonging to the American portrait painter Thomas Sully and his wife Sarah. Learn more at the San Antonio Museum of Art.
The name of the bear who was the inspiration for Winnie the Pooh (also a Canadian city). Check out the Canadian War Museum for more.
Before so or not
Hours before the Nazis marched into Paris in June 1940, the creators of this famous character fled on bicycles, carrying drawings for their children’s stories including one about a mischievous monkey. The Contemporary Jewish Museum is the place to learn more.
One of the creatures in Getty’s work.
This animal featured in Julie Oakes, “Three Canadian Artists Reflect on the Natural World” is frequently seen in the densely populated state where it was shown in 2016. Learn more Kean University Galleries.
Lady liberty is made in this technique, in this Peabody Essex Museum work.
Benjamin Franklin’s suggestion for the national bird
This type of forest is the site of Old World Wisconsin.
St. Margaret of Antioch is often depicted with what mythical creature? Legend states that she was devoured whole by this creature before she escaped by cutting herself out of its stomach. Learn more at the Allentown Art Museum.
Source of ivory
The noble forest creature depicted on this dish is also Fairfield University’s mascot!
Type of shell atop the handle of New York Yacht Club’s pitcher, now in the New-York Historical Society.
Harbor or grey.
MuseumGames are made possible by PNC with additional support from the Kathy Moses Salem Philanthropic Fund of the Akron Community Foundation, The R.C. Musson and Katharine M. Musson Charitable Foundation, the Robert O. and Annamae Orr Family Foundation, and the Charles E. and Mabel M. Ritchie Foundation