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ART & ARTISTS--400--This Dutch painter, a member of the Delft Guild, had a total output of only about 40 pictures (one with a pearl)

 

INSERT INTO `clue` VALUES (Jan) Vermeer

 

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ART & ARTISTS--800--This Englishman described his work as modern moral subjects... similar to representations on the stage

INSERT INTO `clue` VALUES (William) Hogarth

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THE ART WORLD--200--Rembrandt sold paintings from his anteroom, usually meeting clients with a chilled glass of this potent potable

wine

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THE ART WORLD--400--In 1966 this Russian painted a pair of large murals for the opening of the NYC's Metropolitan Opera House

Marc Chagall

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ART & ARTISTS--1600--His Jolly Toper of the 1600s is seen here

Franz Hals

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THE ART WORLD--600--In this Brit's etching Myself and My Heroes , he pictured himself with Walt Whitman & Mahatma Gandhi

David Hockney

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ART & ARTISTS--2000--Minerva, Venus & Juno are the 3 being judged in this famous Claude Lorrain painting

The Judgment of Paris

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ART SUBJECTS--0-- 5 other wealthy men made themselves hostages to free this city

Calais (from Rodin's The Burghers of Calais)

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THE ART WORLD--800--In the late 1700s this painter of the The Family of Charles IV created designs for tapestries in Madrid

Goya

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THE ART WORLD--1000--In 1874 this American moved permanently to France where she developed a friendship with Edgar Degas

Mary Cassatt

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RENAISSANCE ART--400--The architect Brunelleschi created this engineering wonder for the Florence Cathedral

the dome

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RENAISSANCE ART--800--Cosimo de Medici's patronage of Donatello led to the creation of this life-size nude, bronze sculpture in the 1430s

David

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RENAISSANCE ART--1200--Lorenzo Ghiberti created doors for the Baptistry of St. John; the luminous result was named this by Michelangelo

The Gates of Paradise

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RENAISSANCE ART--1600--Known for his Madonnas, this early 16th century artist designed tapestries for Pope Leo X for the Sistine Chapel

Raphael

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RENAISSANCE ART--2000--Pyres of Vanity, the bonfires that destroyed works of art, were lit by this monk, the Medici's most virulent enemy

INSERT INTO `clue` VALUES (Girolamo) Savonarola

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ART APPRECIATION--1200--In 1953 he had 3 TV shows on air with his name in the titles & in 2001 he was inducted into the Ukulele Hall of Fame

Arthur Godfrey

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ART APPRECIATION--1600--This French poet's stormy friendship with Paul Verlaine almost cost him his life as Verlaine took a shot at him

INSERT INTO `clue` VALUES (Arthur) Rimbaud

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ART APPRECIATION--2000--In 1917 this man sent a telegram to the German minister in Mexico, with a means for Mexico to reclaim lost Texas lands

INSERT INTO `clue` VALUES (Arthur) Zimmerman

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ARTS & CRAFTS--200--Also a geographic term, to quilters it's the equivalent of a picture frame

a border

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ARTS & CRAFTS--400--Patton knew nobody ever won a war by doing this craft, the tinting of fabrics, for his country

dyeing

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ARTS & CRAFTS--600--Thistype of picture takes its name from a medieval term for decorations of shrines to the muses

a mosaic

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ARTS & CRAFTS--800--Make your own Johnny Gilbert T-shirt using this artistic process where ink is forced through stretched fabric

silkscreening

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ARTS & CRAFTS--1000--It's the word for the alloy that's heated to join the lead strips surrounding pieces of stained glass

solder

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ART FOR ART'S SAKE--400--This man's 1642 work, seenhere is today found in an Amsterdam museum

Rembrandt

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ART FOR ART'S SAKE--800--Seenhere is one of many denizens of the American West depicted by this man

INSERT INTO `clue` VALUES (Frederick) Remington

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ART FOR ART'S SAKE--1200--All that the Empire came to symbolize is seenhere in this artist's portrait of Madame Recamier

INSERT INTO `clue` VALUES (Jacques-Louis) David

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ART FOR ART'S SAKE--1600--The characteristic style of this Frenchman is seen here in his 1890s work, Turning Road at Montgeroult

CÌÄå©zanne

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ART FOR ART'S SAKE--2000--This poet and painter whose work is seenhere had the same first name as a poet born in 1265

Dante Rossetti

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ART SCHOOL--200--The most common one used by artists is probably the X-acto

a knife

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ART SCHOOL--400--Turning tools are used to shape the clay on one of these

a potter's wheel