Thanks to all of you that participated in the quiz last week! Here is a list of all the answers:

Which artwork was the most visited on the website in 2013?

Fountain by Marcel Duchamp was the most visited artwork on the website. Check which were the top 10 most viewed artworks in Art & artists. 

Marcel Duchamp, 'Fountain' 1917, replica 1964
Marcel Duchamp
Fountain 1917, replica 1964
© Succession Marcel Duchamp/ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2002

J.M.W Turner is one of the most popular artists in the collection but the Paul Klee and Roy Lichtenstein exhibitions have both attracted lots of visitors to Tate Modern this year…which artist do you think pulled in the most online crowds?

Roy Lichenstein  was the most popular artist.  

Roy Lichtenstein, 'Whaam!' 1963
Roy Lichtenstein
Whaam! 1963
Acrylic and oil on canvas
© Estate of Roy Lichtenstein

Christmas is a time when many of us are lucky enough to be surrounded by tempting goodies – whether cake, nibbles or a roast dinner tickle your taste-buds, what food do you think tempted the most searches on the website this year?

Fruit topped the food searches – what a healthy bunch you all are – although cake did take second place!

William Scott, 'Pears' 1979
William Scott
Pears 1979
Lithograph on paper
image: 498 x 651 mm
Presented by Curwen Studio 1980© The estate of William Scott

Are you going anywhere nice over the holiday period? Can you guess which of these cities was the most visited in our collection in 2013?

Venice took the city search top-spot.

Joseph Mallord William Turner, 'Venice: San Giorgio Maggiore - Early Morning' 1819
Joseph Mallord William Turner
Venice: San Giorgio Maggiore - Early Morning 1819
Watercolour on paper
support: 223 x 287 mm
Accepted by the nation as part of the Turner Bequest 1856

With a new gallery dedicated to photography at Tate Britain – and displays showcasing international photographers at Tate Modern – 2013 has been an exciting year for photography at Tate…but which photographer attracted the most searches on the website?

Man Ray was the most in-demand photographer this year.

Man Ray, 'Gertrude Stein' circa 1920-9
Man Ray
Gertrude Stein circa 1920-9
Gelatin silver print on paper
unconfirmed: 240 x 180 mm
Accepted by HM Government in lieu of Inheritance Tax from the Estate of Barbara Lloyd and allocated to Tate 2009© Man Ray Trust/ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2002

Whether you are missing the summer or looking forward to a white Christmas, what sort of weather do you think set the barometer rising in art & artists this year?

Snow was the most popular weather search.

Lynton Lamb, 'Winter Landscape' 1962
Lynton Lamb
Winter Landscape 1962
Lithograph on paper
image: 330 x 479 mm
Presented by Curwen Studio through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975© The estate of Lynton Lamb