Saturday, May 8, 2021

The Ladder of Art -- Week #104 ("London")



Last Week's Results
1. Kiefer: 6
1. Chase: 6

3. H. Rousseau: 5
3. Ter Borch: 5

5. Cuyp: 3
5. Corot: 3
7. Poussin: 1


This Week's Contest


Alfred Wallis
1855 - 1942
British

Tournament Record: Tied for 251st. Lost to Warhol, beat Wadsworth, lost to Vlaminck. 14 votes for, 16 against (.467).



Jan Siberechts
1627 - 1703
Dutch; worked in Britain

Tournament Record: Tied for 251st. Beat Sickert, lost to Sheeler and Severini. 14 votes for, 16 against (.467).




Pieter De Hooch
1629 - 1684
Dutch
    Tournament Record: Tied for 253rd. Beat van Honthorst and Homer (who recovered to place 7th!), lost to Varo, beat Hobbema, lost a rematch to Homer. 32 votes for, 37 against (.455).



Sir Edward Burne-Jones
1833 - 1898
British

Tournament Record: Placed 254th. Lost to Buren and Jan Bruegel the Elder. 13 votes for, 15 against (.464). Highest ranked 0-2 artist.




Henri Rousseau
1844 - 1910
French

Tournament Record: Tied for 255th. Beat Roubiliac, tied with Rubens, beat Sisley and Rossetti, lost to Sargent and Rivera. 32 votes for, 37 against (.464).

  • Tied for Third in Week #103.


Gerard Ter Borch
1617 - 1681
Dutch

Tournament Record: Tied for 257th. Lost to Teniers, tied with Tanguy, beat Nolde, lost to Terbrugghen. 19 votes for, 22 against (.463).

  • Tied for Third, Week #103.



Ferdinand Hodler
1853 - 1918
Swiss

Tournament Record: Placed 275th. Defeated Hans Hofmann, tied with Hockney, beat Goya, Lost to Hiroshige and Homer. 28 votes for, 34 against (.452).

  • Placed First, Week #94.
  • Placed First, Week #96. 
  • Placed First, Week #98.
  • Tied for First, Week #100.
  • Placed First, Week #102.

 

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

8 comments:

Morgan said...

Hodler, and then I like the rest about equally so I will vote for none.

Chuckdaddy said...

Hodler, Hooch, Rousseau, and Siberechts.

mrs.5000 said...

Rousseau, De Hooch, Ter Borch, and Hodler.

Candida said...

Rousseau, Burne-Jones, de Hooch, Ter Borch.

Nora said...

Hodler, De Hooch, Ter Borch, and Siberechts.

Elliott said...

Same as Nora

Michael5000 said...

Oh hi! Susan, back in early May, said "VOTES: Jan Siberechts, Pieter De Hooch, Henri Rousseau & HODLER."

Michael5000 said...

I'll say Hodler and Wallis, for myself.