For those who care: Blake and Brauner, each of whom were the "upper" or first artist in the brackets they tied in, are now competing for the upper of those two brackets; the winner will go on to face Christian Boltanski. Böcklin and Broodthaers are fighting for the lower bracket and a shot at Daniel Buren.
Everybody gets a third image. Since First Round Elimination contests are normally held two-at-once, these ones will be too.
Jenners, who wanted to "vote for Brauner and Broodthears and skip the other two" when they were pitted against each other, can do so now if she wants -- but "the other two" are different this time, of course.
Faceoff #1: P. Blake v. Brauner
Sir Peter Blake
Lost to William Blake in Round 1.
Tied with Böcklin in First Round Elimination.
1903 - 1966
Romanian; worked in France.
Lost to Agnolo Bronzino by a single vote in Round 1. YOUR VOTE COUNTS!!!
Tied with Broodthaers in Round 1 Elimination.
Faceoff #2: Böcklin v. Broodthaers
1827 - 1901
German; worked in Italy
Lost to Umberto Boccioni in Round 1.
Tied with Sir Peter Blake in First Round Elimination.
1924 - 1976
Lost to Ford Madox Brown in Round 1 by only two votes. YOUR VOTE COUNTS!!!
Tied with Brauner in Round 1 Elimination.
Vote for the two artists of your choice! Votes generally go in the comments, but have been known to arrive by email, by postcard, or in a sealed envelope.
Please note that you may vote only once in each face-off. Opining that both of the artists in one of the two face-offs is superior to the other is fine, but casting your votes for two artists in the same face-off is not permissible.