Artists 71-80

Dates can be learnt more easily if they are linked to a visual image such as the major memory system. Look back at Artists 1-10 to see how this is done. Note you have a key word like CAT which is your word hook. CAT is number 71 because a hard ‘c’ stands for 7 and T stands for 1. Now use your imagination to place CAT in the painting so you can link it to number 71 in your list of 100 artists. I think of the cat strolling up the mountain . Do the same with the word CAN and so on……..

71 CAT

CEZANNE

Famous Mountain Bridge

Pass, Skilled Geometry

1839

1906

72 CAN

REDON

a Face Red Silence

Put On Show

1840

1926

73 CAMEO

MONET

Few Resources, Scrounged

Paint, No Justice

1840

1926

74 CAR

RENOIR

Very Rough Towel

Boobs Delight Parisians

1841

1919

75 GALE

GAUGUIN

Friend or Foe ?

Beach Sex Mad

1848

1903

76 CASH

Holman HUNT

Flowers Wilt Miraculously

Fiendishly Blazing Sun

1853

1890

77 CAKE

SEURAT

Forlorn Looking Bathers

Have a Paltry Time

1859

1891

Georges Seurat Bathers at Asnières 1884 Oil on canvas, 201 × 300 cm Bought, Courtauld Fund, 1924 NG3908 https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/NG3908

78 CAFE

SICKERT

I feel Ghastly . Sick….

Parisians Run In

1870

1942

Sickert, Walter Richard; The Eldorado, Paris; The Barber Institute of Fine Arts; http://www.artuk.org/artworks/the-eldorado-paris-33132

79 CAB

MUNCH

A Frightened, Shouting Man ….

Painting. … Road Rage

186

1944

80 FACE

KANDINSKY

Form Shrouded Choice

Abstract Russian Art

1866

1944

Here are some links to great talks from the National gallery and other sources of the artists above.

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