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Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Spotlight : "Who made this? Who Owns that?"

This Decade’s first Spotlight shines on movement. Art makes the world go round. Art can depict movement, and cause movement.
Here are some artworks.  See if you can guess what they are called, and who painted or made them.

Here is the list of the artists and the titles of those 11 artworks.  Can you match the images to the artists?  Play it with friends if you like....
   Jean-Pierre Roy, “Nachlass”
   Ed Ruscha, “Cold Beer Beautiful Girls”
   Francis Bacon, “Three Studies of Lucian Freud”
   Edgar Degas, “Petite Danceuse de quatorze ans”
   Carel Fabritius, “Hagar and the Angel”
   Glenn Ligon, “Black Like Me No. 2”
   KAWS, “Colossus”
   Fernand Léger’s “Les Deux Bicyclettes”
   Tracey Emin, “For You”
   Bedda, “It does not matter where we are”
   Thomas Hart Benton, “Back From the Fields”

To see the answers of which artwork is which, go here...

After we have done that, we will look at who owned or bought the artworks.  To see the list of the owners, with photographs of them, go here...
No peeking!

After that will be the full answers matching up the artworks are, the artists, and the owners.

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