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So, how did everyone do with our first trip to the cultural literacy well?

Here, for the curious – and with visual aids – are the answers to Saturday’s 25.

  1. Francis Bacon – painter

    Bacon - Figure with meat

    Figure with Meat

  2. Jean-Michel Basquiat – painter Basquiat
  3. Rosa Bonheur – painter

    bonheur- the horse-fair-

    The Horse Fair

  4. Louise Bourgeois – sculptor

    Crouching spider

    Crouching spider

  5. Matthew Brady – photographer

    Portrait of Frederick Douglass

    Portrait of Frederick Douglass

  6. Julia Cameron – photographer

    Portrait of Charles Darwin

    Portrait of Charles Darwin

  7. Ernest Crichlow – painterearnest Crichlow
  8. Jacques-Louis David – painter

    Marat

    Marat

  9. Walter Gropius – architect

    Gropius house

    Gropius house

  10. Inigo Jones – architect

    Banqueting House - Whitehall

    Banqueting House – Whitehall

  11. Shoji Hamada – potterhamada
  12. Louis Kahn – architect

    Kimbell Art Museum

    Kimbell Art Museum

  13. Wassily Kandinsky – painterkandinsky
  14. Le Corbusier – architectle corbusier
  15. Fernand Leger – painter

    Three Women

    Three Women

  16. Pierre L’Enfant – architect

    L'Enfant plan for Washington, D.C.

    L’Enfant plan for Washington, D.C.

  17. Roy Lichtenstein – painterlichtenstein
  18. Jacque Lipchitz -sculptor

    Mother and Child

    Mother and Child

  19. Warren MacKenzie – potterWarren_MacKenzie_Platter_wvertical_marks_1052_212
  20. Joan Miro – painter

    Figures and Dog in Front of the Sun

    Figures and Dog in Front of the Sun

  21. Henry Moore – sculptor

    Reclining Figure

    Reclining Figure

  22. Robert Motherwell – painter

    Elegy 57

    Elegy 57

  23. I.M. Pei – architectim pei
  24. Henri Rousseau – painter

    Fight between a Tiger and a Buffalo

    Fight between a Tiger and a Buffalo

  25. J.M.Turner – painter
    Snow Storm: Hannibal and his Army Crossing the Alps

    Snow Storm: Hannibal and his Army Crossing the Alps

    Tomorrow: A little literature. Should be a Snap.

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