Modigliani, for example, was as famous as El Greco for his elongated forms in #2, and the starched ruff in #4 really could have been Rubens as well as Hals.
The Gericault solution was a bit conceptual, based, I suppose on the Raft of the Medusa. Starhorse actually guessed Norman Mingo for #24. Way to go! Mingo was the artist famous for painting Alfred E. Neuman.
Begging your indulgence, I’ll stick with the solutions as they were provided in the version I ran across. Credit goes to the early guessers, who paved the way.
By my count—and check me if I'm wrong—the high scorers were:
- David, honorable mention, with 16 correct answers;
- Kristel, Mark Hudgins, Michael L, Meredith D., Lekola, and Larin, the runners-up with 17;
- and Amy Stegner and Starhorse, the winners with 18.
If that count is right, I'll ask Amy and Starhorse to please email your mailing addresses to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll send you the signed Dinotopia map and bookplate. Thanks again to all who took part.