Another thread in the popular "Art Appreciation---Guess The Artist Series."
Answers will be posted later.
posted on 07/09/2005 5:22:21 AM PDT
To: Sam Cree; Joe 6-pack; iceskater; B Knotts; Dolphy; Intolerant in NJ; PGalt; FairOpinion; woofie; ...
By popular request: "Art Appreciation thread---Guess The Artist Series."
posted on 07/09/2005 5:24:19 AM PDT
(First God made idiots, for practice. Then he made Congress. Mark Twain)
The rest...some look familiar, but I can't identify.
I score myself "E" on this quiz.
posted on 07/09/2005 5:25:47 AM PDT
posted on 07/09/2005 5:26:49 AM PDT
( The final Crusade is possible......... just piss us off a little more.)
The first two look psuedo Picasso and Dali.
posted on 07/09/2005 5:27:40 AM PDT
Man Ray's 'New York'
Next two are Delacroix
posted on 07/09/2005 5:33:41 AM PDT
I'm having "Art in the Dark" flashbacks here.
regarding #2...the Dali. He sure did epitomize the sacred and the profane. His religious imagery is to me extraordinary. And yet he said such things as (I'm paraphrasing): Nothing is more beautiful than the smell of human excrement.
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot: Self-Portrait with Palette
You realize you're not such an artsy-fartsy smarty-pants when all you can identify is the Dali, LOL.
Please add me to the art ping list.
Well, I'd call 2, 5, 6, and 7 art.
posted on 07/09/2005 6:43:54 AM PDT
(...when the Iraqi soldiers stand up, we will stand down...GWB)
Would love to be on your ping list...
Leger, Dali, Nevelson, Delacroix...don't recognize others.
Love that Delacroix...
posted on 07/09/2005 7:36:27 AM PDT
('Thou hast conquered, O Galilean!' (Julian the Apostate))
All I know is the first picture, by Salvadore Dali. I can't remember the correct name of it, though.
posted on 07/09/2005 7:44:10 AM PDT
(There's too much youth; how about a fountain of smart?)
posted on 07/09/2005 7:53:14 AM PDT
(Democrats haven't had a new idea since Karl Marx.)
Thanks, from a know-nothing. }:^)
posted on 07/09/2005 12:05:39 PM PDT
(The collective has started.)
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