UNLIKELY PAIRS Fun with Famous Works of Art By Bob Raczka Museums usually group works by artist, my movement, or by time period. In the following slides, Bob Raczka challenges you to figure out the relationship between the various unlikely pairs of art. See if you can make connections between them. Each
pair seems to tell a funny story, and its up to you to figure out what that story is. Untitled Keith Haring, 1988, estate Whats the connection between the two pieces? The Guitar Player Jan Vermeer, 1672,
Whats the connection between the two pieces? Soap Bubbles Several Circles Jean-Baptiste Simeon-Chardin, c. 1733-34 Vasily Kandinsky, 1926
Whats the connection between the two pieces? s Spray Roy Lichtenstein, 1962, private collection Breezing Up (A Fair Wind) Winslow Homer, 1873, Washington, D.C.
Whats the connection between the two pieces? Floor Burger Claes Oldenburg, 1962, Toronto The Cow with the Subtile Nose Jean Dubuffet, 1954, New York
Whats the connection between the two pieces? Loge with the Gilt Mask Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, 1893, The Ballet from Robert le Diable Whats the
connection between the two pieces? Do-It-Yourself Landscape Self-Portrait Andy Warhol, 1962, Germany Jean-Frederic Bazille, 1865, Chicago Whats the
connection between the two pieces? Spatial Concept, Expectations Lucio Fontana, 1959, New York Officer of the Imperial Guard on Horseback Whats the connection between
the two pieces? A Pair of Boots Captain Thomas Lee Vincent van Gogh, 1887, Baltimore Marcus Gheerhaerts the Younger, 1594, London Whats the
connection between the two pieces? The Thinker Large Chess Board Auguste Rodin, 1879, Paul Klee, 1937, Switzerland Whats the
connection between the two pieces? Fur Traders Descending the Missouri George Bingham, c. 1845, N.Y. Niagara
Frederic Edwin Church, 1857, Washington, D.C. Whats the connection between the two pieces? Young Man Holding a Skull Frans Hals, 1626, London
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