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CTyankee Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Sep-23-11 05:12 PM
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33. Do you have a resource online about that? I know of course about the reference
but I was wondering about who wanted the scene to reference El Jaleo.

I find it hard to believe that John Wayne would even know about that painting!

I wonder how you knew about the connection of the two? What was it that you found?
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  -Todays Friday Afternoon Challenge: That Looks Familiar, Part II CTyankee  Sep-23-11 04:01 PM   #0 
  - #6  Angry Dragon   Sep-23-11 04:06 PM   #1 
  - artists? who did which?  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 04:16 PM   #8 
  - Goya nt  broiles   Sep-23-11 04:25 PM   #12 
     - this one?  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 04:29 PM   #15 
  - Ooooh, I know one! Number 3 is Julianne Moore photographed  alsame   Sep-23-11 04:06 PM   #2 
  - That's got to be based on Toulouse Lautrec  hedgehog   Sep-23-11 04:12 PM   #4 
  - not lautrec...  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 04:14 PM   #5 
     - I was thinking Lautrec too,  Bluerthanblue   Sep-23-11 04:47 PM   #27 
        - Indeed, see below!  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 04:50 PM   #29 
  - I thought the original was Klimt (spelling?)  petronius   Sep-23-11 04:36 PM   #18 
     - He and Moore did a re-do of a Klimt but this isn't it...  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 04:43 PM   #23 
        - I think the confusion is because Moore looks like a Klimt painting  Capitalocracy   Sep-23-11 06:47 PM   #40 
           - Also, she does with the Klimt that was also done in this shoot...  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 06:50 PM   #43 
  - Here goes nothing:  CaliforniaPeggy   Sep-23-11 04:08 PM   #3 
  - good spotting...keep on goin'  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 04:15 PM   #7 
  - Number 5  canetoad   Sep-23-11 04:15 PM   #6 
  - non. Although I see the resemblance...  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 04:16 PM   #9 
  - #3  seshers   Sep-23-11 04:24 PM   #10 
  - hey, welcome to DU, seshers! I see we have another art lover in our midst!  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 04:26 PM   #13 
  - Welcome? I've been here for years...  seshers   Sep-23-11 04:36 PM   #19 
     - Nice about your mom! I love these stories about how folks knew the art.!  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 04:42 PM   #21 
  - And the original...  pinboy3niner   Sep-23-11 04:33 PM   #16 
     - thanks, pinboy!  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 04:35 PM   #17 
        - A little slow...apparently :)  pinboy3niner   Sep-23-11 04:37 PM   #20 
  - #4, Rouen Monet, naturally!!!  elleng   Sep-23-11 04:24 PM   #11 
  - and the re-do?  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 04:27 PM   #14 
     - wrong place  librechik   Sep-23-11 04:43 PM   #22 
        - You know, that was not the one I had read was this artist's "original."  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 04:45 PM   #25 
  - 5 Dali and Botticelli? (guessing)  librechik   Sep-23-11 04:45 PM   #24 
  - It is isn't Picasso. See my post above about Botticelli...  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 04:46 PM   #26 
  - Hey, good on Dali....now for the original that precedes Botticelli...  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 04:49 PM   #28 
     - damn everybody did a version of the three graces  librechik   Sep-23-11 05:14 PM   #34 
        - Choose...  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 06:39 PM   #38 
  - #5 makes me think of  Bluerthanblue   Sep-23-11 04:52 PM   #30 
  - Yep. Which one?  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 06:49 PM   #42 
     - well, the figures  Bluerthanblue   Sep-23-11 09:16 PM   #48 
  - #1  horseshoecrab   Sep-23-11 05:06 PM   #31 
  - btw . . .  horseshoecrab   Sep-23-11 05:10 PM   #32 
     - Do you have a resource online about that? I know of course about the reference  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 05:12 PM   #33 
        - Here are a couple of refs...  horseshoecrab   Sep-23-11 05:37 PM   #36 
           - I didn't find it on your second connection....where is it?  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 06:47 PM   #39 
           - correction  horseshoecrab   Sep-23-11 07:26 PM   #44 
              - It is interesting. I am just wondering if the cinematographer didn't do this.  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 08:00 PM   #45 
  - Not an art expert, but number 2  Permanut   Sep-23-11 05:18 PM   #35 
  - Interesting, because it IS a modern artist who did it,, so it is not,obviously  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 06:49 PM   #41 
  - OK, so we need the artist who did #2 original, #4 the re-do and #6 the "not the first"..  CTyankee   Sep-23-11 06:38 PM   #37 
  - Who did #2 the re-do above?  WinkyDink   Sep-23-11 08:49 PM   #47 
  - #4 re-do = Roy Lichtenstein.  WinkyDink   Sep-23-11 08:46 PM   #46 
     - Excellent! I just saw the Monet/Lichtenstein exhibit at the MFA.  CTyankee   Sep-24-11 07:11 AM   #49 
 

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