July 14, 2014

Tournament of Artists: Round 1-G

Rondall Reynoso

Vote for your favorite artists! Every week so far there have been votes that I consider surprises. If you are interested you can check out the previous rounds here.

The winners from Round 1-F include: CIndy Sherman, Anthony van Dyck, Louise Nevelson, Paul Signac, Pierre Bonnard, Henri Rousseau, Vincent van Gogh, Giovanni Bellini, Robert Delaunay, and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.

Round 1-G brings 30 more artists who are trying to advance to Round 2. Please vote for your favorites! This tournament is purely for fun. I don’t want to see which artists are the most historically significant. I am interested in which artists people prefer. So, make your voice heard! Who are your favorites? Spread this to your friends so we can get as board a cross-section as possible. This round ends on Midnight Saturday June 12th. So, make sure you vote soon and share.

Round 1-G:

Amedeo Modigliani

Isamu Noguchi

Raoul Dufy

Which artist's work do you like best?


Susan Rothenberg

Palmer Hayden

George Inness

Which artist's work do you like best?

Ben Shahn

Jean Fouquet

José Orozco

Which artist's work do you like best?

Giotto

Stuart Davis

Diego Rivera

Which artist's work do you like best?

Burgoyne Diller

Yves Tanguy

Hans Hoffman

Which artist's work do you like best?

Francis Bacon

Franz Kline

Théodore Géricault

Which artist's work do you like best?

Mark Tobey

Giorgione

Chaim Soutine

Which artist's work do you like best?

Philip Guston

Elaine de Kooning

George Grosz

Which artist's work do you like best?

Ad Reinhardt

Auguste Rodin

Clyfford Still

Which artist's work do you like best?

Winslow Homer

Robert Motherwell

Praxiteles

Which artist's work do you like best?

 

Rondall Reynoso


Rondall is an artist, scholar, and speaker. He is currently an Assistant Professor at Lee University in Cleveland, TN. He holds an MFA in Painting and an MS in Art History from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY and is completing a Ph.D. in Art History and Aesthetics from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA.

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  • This seems like a most interesting way to be exposed to a new body of art work, but sometimes the comparisons are of such different types that it is hard to draw any conclusions. For example there are some works I prefer in the group as presented, but which I would think of much differently in another context. Beyond that, I know that I would respond differently to other works by the same artists.

    • I completely agree. This is a fun exercise but comparing artists head to head is almost impossible!

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