Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Chess in Art Index

Chess in Art I (Gallegos y Arnosa)
Chess in Art II (Creifelds)
Chess in Art III (Tischbein)
Chess in Art IV (Oppenheimer)
Chess in Art V (McKee)
Chess in Art VI (Bargue)
Chess in Art VII (Foster)
Chess in Art VIII (Anon, Iran c.1500)
Chess in Art IX (Man)
Chess in Art X (Muelich/Anguissola)
Chess in Art XI (Boileau)
Chess in Art XII (de Carrion/de Tyr [attr.])
Chess in Art XIII (Ernst)
Chess in Art XIV (Klee)
Chess in Art XV (Delacroix/Deutsch)
Chess in Art XVI (Van Mander [attr.])
Chess in Art XVII (Shvarts)
Chess in Art XVIII (Tenniel)
Chess in Art XIX (Lucas)
Chess in Art XX (Eakins/Sorbi/Clark/Lavery/Evans/Schwartz/Daumier)

Chess in Art resources

Chess in Art Postscript : Evans' Gambit
Chess in Art Postscript : Naughty Boys
Chess in Art Postscript : Game On
Chess in Art Postscript : Games Go On
Chess in Art Postscript : My Fair Ladies
Chess in Art Postscript : Slow Triangulation
Chess in Art Postscript : Here Come Du Champ
Chess in Art Postscript : Gone Luco
Chess in Art Postscript : Exhibitionism
Chess in Art Postscript : Just An Expressionism
Chess in Art Postscript : Staring Into The Abyss
Chess in Art Postscript : No Play Today
Chess in Art Postscript : The Significance Of Seeing Ernst
Chess in Art Postscript : Raglafart In Retrospect
Chess in Art Postscript : That's Still Life
Chess in Art Postscript : Chess-in-Artists Do For Christmas
Chess in Art Postscript : Mirror Writing
Chess in Art Postscript : Mirror Images
Chess in Art Postscript : Two's Company
Chess in Art Postscript : Keeping Two's Company
Chess in Art Postscript : Keeping Two's Company Postscript
Chess in Art Postscript : ITMA
Chess in Art Postscript : Possibly...Definitely...
Chess in Art Postscript : Possibly...Definitely...Continuingly...
Chess in Art Postscript : Possibly...Definitely...Finally
Chess in Art Postscript : A Game at Chesse
Chess in Art Postscript : A Game at Chesse - Seconde Parte
Chess in Art Postscript : A Game at Chesse - Thirde Parte
Chess in Art Postscript : A Game at Chesse - Fourthe and Finale Parte
Chess in Art Postscript : Canterbury Tail Piece
Chess in Art Postscript : Happy Birthday
Chess in Art Postscript : Looking Bakwards
Chess in Art Postscript : Staring Into The Abyss Postscript
Chess in Art Postscript : Seriously Seeking Eakins
Chess in Art Postscript : Seeking Eakins While Gérôme Burns
Chess in Art Postscript : There's Nothing Like Gérôme Cooking
Chess in Art Postscript : It's The Thought That Counts
Chess in Art Postscript : Now and Here.
Chess in Art Postscript : Themes Like Only Yesterday
Chess in Art Postscript : Themes Like Today Already
Chess in Art Postscript : Themes Likely
Chess in Art Postscript : Now You See It, Now You
Chess in Art Postscript : Don't
Chess in Art Postscript : Flirty Glancing
Chess in Art Postscript : Flirty Glancing, Another Peep
Chess in Art Postscript : Game, Senet and Match

Also:
Style Wars
Nothing is wasted, only reproduced
Chaessthetics
They Have Designs On Us
Stop Press: Historic Chess Picture In Town
Chess Art In Our Time
Saatchmate
Dzama Queen
And Here's To You, Mrs Robinson
Chess Art en Guerre
Hackney in Clerkenwell
Hackney Seen in Clerkenwell
Hackney Seen Again in Clerkenwell
Chess in Art Post of the Year
Nette and Tom (and Diana Makes Three)
Chess Art en Guerre 2
Matisse Plays Chess
Chess set for sale
What Marcel Might Teach You
What Did Duchamp Ever Do For Us?
Will There Be A White One?
The Royal Game At The Royal Academy
The Royal Game Not At The Royal Academy

And, other talents:
The Other Talent of Philip Poyser
The Other Talent of Bill Hook
The Other Talent of Bill Hook's Friend
The Other Talent of Léonardus Nardus
The Other Talent of Bill Hook: Another Look
The Other Talent of Samuel Boden

This, too:
We are not amused
We are not amused II
We are not amused III
We are not amused IV
We are not amused V
We are not amused VI
We are not amused VII
We are not amused VIII
He Might Not Have Been Amused IX
We are not amused X

And yet more:
Every Picture Tells A Story Index
Asylum Index

And see a series on Anthony Rosenbaum's chess painting of 1880 (in the National Portrait Gallery) via the blog's History Index

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hallo,
I have just read your articuleren on Germaine Richier (Martin Smith 2009) with great interest. I also noticed that in your entries for chess and art there is no mentioned of Marcel Duchamp. One of the most important artists of the twentieth century hè swerved alway from art in favour of chess. Maybe hè is worth a write up too.
Kind regards

Simon Ferdinando

Martin Smith said...

Hello Fernando,
Thanks for your comment, and I'm so pleased that I've got you interested in the under-appreciated Madame Richier.
As for Duchamp - you'll find many blogs listed in the Index relate to Duchamp - try, for starters, the one titled "Here comes Du Champ".
Best,
Martin.