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 2012? 

Ophelia by Sir John Everett Millais was the most visited artwork on the website. Remember that you can see it at the Pre-Raphaelites exhibition at Tate Britain until 13 January.

Sir John Everett Millais, Bt, 'Ophelia' 1851-2

Sir John Everett Millais, Bt
Ophelia 1851-2
Oil on canvas
support: 762 x 1118 mm frame: 1105 x 1458 x 145 mm
Presented by Sir Henry Tate 1894

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Damien Hirst was the second most visited exhibition in the history of Tate but there are almost 38,000 works of J.M.W. Turner in the collection. Which artist page do you think got the most visits this year?

If you are wondering which artist page got more visits this year on the website, J.M.W. Turner won by a whisker over Damien Hirst.

Joseph Mallord William Turner, 'The Scarlet Sunset' circa 1830-40

Joseph Mallord William Turner
The Scarlet Sunset circa 1830-40
Watercolour and gouache on paper
support: 134 x 189 mm
Accepted by the nation as part of the Turner Bequest 1856

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Christmas is a time for revelry – which subject do you think people searched for most this year?

It seems that we are going to have a very musical Christmas this year. Singing was the most searched ‘entertainment’ subject in the collection but dance came in at a close second.

Thomas Cooper Gotch, 'Alleluia' exhibited 1896

Thomas Cooper Gotch
Alleluia exhibited 1896
Oil on canvas
support: 1333 x 1841 mm Frame: 1860 x 2354 x 182 mm
Presented by the Trustees of the Chantrey Bequest 1896

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When you’re feeling happy, sad or in love, you may want to see how artists represented these feelings. Which was the most searched emotion in 2012?

The pursuit of happiness is the ultimate goal in life – there was the new “happiness index” rating in July this year and it was also the most popular emotion searched in Art & artists.

Karel Appel, 'Hip, Hip, Hoorah!' 1949

Karel Appel
Hip, Hip, Hoorah! 1949
Oil on canvas
support: 817 x 1270 mm
Purchased with assistance from Evelyn, Lady Downshire's Trust Fund and the Gytha Trust 1988© Karel Appel Foundation

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We know animals are very popular in the collection but which ones were the kings of our collection this year?

While the little dog was laughing at the cat and the fiddle, the birds swooped in to first place as the most popular animals in our collection.

Alan Davie, 'Bird Noises' 1963

Alan Davie
Bird Noises 1963
Lithograph on paper
image: 578 x 806 mm
Presented by Curwen Studio through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975© Alan Davie

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Everyone has a favourite colour. Which one wins in the online collection?

Finally, the most searched for colour in the collection is red. I hope that does not give you the blues!

Cecil King, 'Intrusion - Red' 1974

Cecil King
Intrusion - Red 1974
Screenprint on paper
image: 514 x 746 mm
Presented by Editions Alecto through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975© The estate of Cecil King

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We will notify the five winners of the catalogues soon. Thanks again for participating and hope you continue enjoying Art & artists in 2013.