Filippino Lippi1457 - 1504FlorentineLost to his father in Round 1.Crushed fifteenth century German Stefan Lochner in
Infinite Art Tournament: the Life and Times of Michael5000
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The Infinite Art Tournament frees art appreciation from the straitjackets of chronology and categorical conventions in order to place it in a new straitjacket of its own devising. The IAT further seeks to delight its community of bracingly intelligent and drop-dead sexy readers with glib but cheerful dispatches from the worlds of literature, film, the visual arts, music, Shakespeare, chemistry, postal ephemera, vexillology, and hagiography.
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László Moholy-Nagy1895 - 1946Hungarian; worked in Germany and U.S.
Winslow Homer1836 - 1910AmericanBeat the great German expatriate Hans Holbein in an unusually high-octane Round 1 match.Lost to Dutch master Pieter De H
John Martin1789 - 1854BritishBeat Italian sculptor Marino Marini in Round 1.
Paula Modersohn-Becker1876 - 1907German
John Constable1776 - 1837EnglishTied with Thomas Cole in his initial Round 1 outing, in September 2012.Lost to Ansel Adams in
May's Element of the Month:Bromine! Br35Atomic Mass: 79.904 amuMelting Point: -7.2 °CBoiling Point: 58.8 °CWhen you think "liquid element," you think of Mercury, am I right? Of
Ernst Haeckel1834 - 1919GermanFinished Second in Phase 1, Flight 1 of the Play-In Tournament, with a voting score of .800. Finished Second in
It's the exciting debut of the sixth bracket sheet.Sir Thomas Lawrence1769 - 1830BritishTied with Marie Laurencin in his
Sol LeWitt1928 - 2007AmericanLost to Britain's Wyndham Lewis in Round 1.Won easily against Roy Lichtenstein in
Erich Heckel1883 - 1944GermanTied with Jan Davidsz de Heem in his Tournament debut.Lost to Stanley William Hayter in his second try at
"Semifinals" designates the Fourth
You know what we haven't had around here for a while? A grudge match, that's what! Gustav Klimt really beat up on Franz Kline back in Round 1, but then fell to Paul Klee to end up in the Left Bracket himself. Meanwhile, Kline has done fairly well for himself against International Blue Klein and Er
Sir Peter Lely1618 - 1680Dutch; worked in Britain
Paul Klee1879 - 1940GermanBeat Yves Klein black and blue, mostly blue, in Round 1.
Banksyb. 1974BritishFinished First in Phase 1, Flight 11 of the Play-In Tournament with a voting score of .909.Tied for First in
Michael5000 vs The BeatlesPlease Please Me (May 2011) With the Beatles