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Rogue Art History: The Trivia Game, Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery Edition


Players answer trivia questions about notable figures in American history featured in the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery and collect artwork along the way.

Be the first to collect five artworks from the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery and prove, officially, that you know your stuff. Use "Rogue Scholar" Cards for help answering questions, protect artwork from getting stolen, and sabotage others.

Trivia questions are multiple-choice, and the difficulty level varies ranging, for example, from "Which U.S. President hated his portrait so much that he burned it?" to "What did Hugh Hefner think of Marisol Escobar's sculpture of him?".

This expansion pack features artwork and trivia from the collection of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. Each box contains 96 trivia cards, 25 artwork cards, 36 rogue scholar cards, and an instruction sheet. This game can be played alone or mixed with the original Rogue Art History game. 

Recommended for 4-6 players, ages 14 and up.

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