What we want to pay attention to here is the Carpaccio Factor. Canova just knocked Carpaccio (2-2, 18vf, 31 va) out of play, but back in September 2012 it was Carpaccio who handed Carrà his second round loss. Does this mean that Canova is a sure thing in the present match? No way. He has to win the votes.
Also leaving the Tournament this week is French landscape artist Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (2-2-1; 29 vf, 36 va).
1757 - 1822
- Put up a fair number of votes in losing to big-name Caravaggio in Round 1.
- Took out Robert Campin in First Round Elimination.
- Came from behind to take out Edward Burra in the Left Bracket Second Round by a two-vote swing. YOUR VOTE COUNTS!
- Outsculpted Alexander Calder in Left Bracket Second Round Elimination.
- Beat Vittore Carpaccio in the Left Bracket Third Round.
1881 - 1966
- Defeated 16th century Italian Annibale Carracci by a landslide in Round 1.
- Lost to 16th century Italian Vittore Carpaccio in Round 2 by a single vote. YOUR VOTE COUNTS!!!
- Made it past American George Catlin in the Left Bracket Second Round by a two-vote swing. YOUR VOTE COUNTS!!!
- Won easily against Sir Anthony Caro in Left Bracket Second Round Elimination.
- Beat "quiet Corot" soundly in the Left Bracket Third Round.
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