Artists 91-100

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 BAT which is your word hook. BAT is number 91 because an ‘B’ stands for 9 and T stands for 1. Now use your imagination to place BAT in the painting so you can link it to number 91 in your list of 100 artists. Do the same with the word BAN and so on……..

91 BAT

LEWIS

Vengeful Freaky Arms

Batty Lewis Cackles

1884

1957

92 BAN

DE LAUNAY

First of Lyrical

– Abstract Art Transitioners

1885

1941

93 BAM

GRIS

Flat Faced Gris

Painted on Cubes

1887

1927

94 BAR

CHAGALL

Fiddle Folk Culture

A Hebrew Flavoured Life

1887

1985

95 BALL

GIORGIO de CHIRICO

Famous For a Frame

Powerful Greek Freedom

1888

1978

96 BASH

NASH

Awful Futile Bash

Painted War Shrapnel

1889

1946

97 BAG

ERNST

Fascinating Birds Eat

Paint – Grotesque Angels

1891

1976

98 BIFF

SPENCER

Wife Patricia’s Tan

a Blotchy Looking Back

1891

1959

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

99 BABY

MAGRITTE

Familiar Objects – Funny

….Places- Just Quirky

1898

1967

100 DASIES

DALI

Painted Surreal Art

a Persistent Flying Bumblebee

1904

1989

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

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