Tournament of Artists: Round 1-H

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-G include: Raoul Dufy, Palmer Hayden, José Orozco, Giotto, Yves Tanguy, Franz Kline, Théodore Géricault, Giorgione, Elaine de Kooning, Auguste Rodin, & Winslow Homer

Round 1-H 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 27th. So, make sure you vote soon and share.

Round 1-H:

Mark di Suvero

Edward Hopper

Louise Bourgeois

Which artist's work do you like best?

Robert Smithson

Joseph Cornell

James Abbott McNeill Whistler

Which artist's work do you like best?

Lucio Fontana

William Holman Hunt

Lucian Freud

Which artist's work do you like best?

Filippo Brunelleschi

Barbara Hepworth

Thomas Hart Benton

Which artist's work do you like best?

Yves Klein

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Niki de Saint Phalle

Which artist's work do you like best?

Max Ernst

Arman

Théodore Rousseau

Which artist's work do you like best?

Robert Indiana

Pontormo

Wayne Thiebaud

Which artist's work do you like best?

Grant Wood

Joan Mitchell

Dorothea Lange

Which artist's work do you like best?

Richard Diebenkorn

Franz Marc

Cy Twombly

Which artist's work do you like best?

Artemisia Gentileschi

Kenneth Noland

Ambrogio Lorenzetti

Which artist's work do you like best?

 

 

Rondall

Rondall Reynoso is a NY educated artist, art historian, aesthetician, and speaker. He is a college professor and academic who is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in art history and aesthetics in Berkeley, CA. Rondall has shown his work extensively in over 80 exhibitions internationally.

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