Saturday, February 16, 2019

The Ladder of Art -- Week #12

Cast your votes for up to four of these seven artists by Friday Feb 22.  For clarifications, consult the Ladder of Art FAQ.


Last Week's Results

This Week's Contest


Patrick Heron
1920 - 1999
British

Tournament Record: Tied for 474th. Lost to Barbara Hepworth and Hans Hartung. 5 votes for, 16 votes against (.238).






Lucian Freud
1922 - 2011
German; worked in Britain

Tournament Record: Tied for 479th. Lost to Helen Frankenthaler and Sam Francis. 6 votes for, 20 votes against (.231).






Andrea del Sarto
1486-1530
Italian

Tournament Record: Tied for 479th. Lost to Fra Angelico and Antonello da Messina. 6 votes for, 20 votes against (.231).





Luca Della Robbia
1400 - 1482
Florentine

Tournament Record: Tied for 481st. Lost to Diego Rivera and Gerhard Richter. 5 votes for, 17 votes against (.227).
  • Tied for Second in Week #11.




Baron Antoine-Jean Gros
1771 - 1835
French

Tournament Record: Placed 492th (tie). Lost to Juan Gris and Greuze. 4 votes for, 20 votes against (.167).
  • Placed Third in Ladder Week #5.
  • Tied for Third in Ladder Week #6.
  • Tied for Fourth in Ladder Week #7.
  • Third Place, Week #8. 
  • Tied for Fourth in Week #9. 
  • In a four-way tie for Second in Week #10.
  • In a three-way tie for Second in Week #11. 





Lucas van Leyden
1494 - 1533
Dutch

Tournament Record: Placed 494th (tie). Lost to L.S. Lowry and Tony Cragg. 4 votes for, 21 votes against (.160).
  • Tied for First, Week #5.
  • Tied for First, Week #7.
  • Tied for First, again, in Week #9.
  • Tied for Second in Week #11. 






Charles-Fran├žois Daubigny
1817 - 1878
French

Tournament Record: Placed 505th.  Lost to Salvador Dali and Aelbert Cuyp. 4 votes for, 26 votes against (.133).
  • Finished First in Ladder Week #2.
  • Finished First again in Week #4.
  • ...and again in Week #6.
  • ...and in Week #8.
  • ...and in Week #10.





Cast up to four votes in the comments by Friday morning!

10 comments:

Morgan said...

Daubigny for sure. Gros and Heron get nods as well. I'm voting against Della Robbia, because I'm pretty shocked anyone voted for him last week. I'm sure I could find better art of a similar style in an antiques-and-curiosities shop in a small town.

Candida said...

del Sarto, van Leyden, Gros

boonec1974 said...

van Leyden, Gros, Daubigny, and Freud. I always thought Freud went out too soon! Let's see if he climbs up a little. (So far it's not looking good.)

Nora said...

Votes for Della Robbia, Daubigny, and van Leyden. A vote against Heron.

Chance said...

Freud, del Sarto, Gros.

Michael5000 said...

I've noticed that the "Fresh Faces" factor has some weight with me. For instance, Heron is markedly different than a lot of the fellows we've been spending time with, and that's part of why I'm voting for him. I'm not what you would call a Freudian, though. So: Heron, Della Robia, Lucas van Leyden, and good ol' Daubigny.

mrs.5000 said...

Del Sarto, van Leyden, Della Robbia, and Heron. And I'm dreaming of a little curio shop in St. Ives.

DrSchnell said...

Daubigny. Let the rest of 'em go.

Michael5000 said...

Susan casts her VOTES -- Week 12: Della Robbia, Gros, van Leyden, Daubigny.

Michael5000 said...

A late text message records Elliott's votes for Dubigny, Gros, and Freud.