The third match of the Fourth Round of the Infinite Art Tournament is a battle of household names! Botticelli has run up more votes than any previous fourth-rounder -- 36 in his favor to 12 against -- but now he's up against Pieter Breugel, who has cumulative 41-6 vote count. How could either artist possibly lose? Yet only one can advance....
1445 - 1510
- Beat Colombian Fernando Botero in an amazing come-from-behind victory in Round 1.
- Made short work of 18th century France's François Boucher in Round 2.
- Disposed of Aussie Arthur Boyd in Round 3.
Pieter Bruegel (the Elder)
c.1525 - 1569
- Trounced his own son, Jan Bruegel the Elder, in Round 1.
- Won easily against living artist Daniel Buren in Round 2.
- Scorched respectable Victorian Ford Maddox Brown in Round 3.
Vote for the artist of your choice in the comments, or any other way that works for you. Commentary and links to additional work are welcome. Fourth-round matches are open for at least three months after posting.