Botticelli - June 2021

Final DQ:

First name starts with Ha-Hi?

DQs:

  1. Real
  2. Male
  3. First name starts with H
  4. Known for the Arts
  5. Dead
  6. Died after 1900
  7. Not known for film or TV
  8. Not American
  9. European
  10. Not known for the performing arts
  11. Died after 1950
  12. Not known for the literary arts, although he did write about his art
  13. Not British
  14. Known for the visual arts
  15. Native speaker of a Romance language
  16. French
  17. Died before 1980
  18. Known for painting (and prints and sculpture)
  19. Not an Impressionist
  20. Died before 1960
  21. First name starts with Ha-Hi

My last DQ: Modernist or considered part of Modernism?

DQs:

  1. Real
  2. Male
  3. First name starts with H
  4. Known for the Arts
  5. Dead
  6. Died after 1900
  7. Not known for film or TV
  8. Not American
  9. European
  10. Not known for the performing arts
  11. Died after 1950
  12. Not known for the literary arts, although he did write about his art
  13. Not British
  14. Known for the visual arts
  15. Native speaker of a Romance language
  16. French
  17. Died before 1980
  18. Known for painting (and prints and sculpture)
  19. Not an Impressionist
  20. Died before 1960
  21. First name starts with Ha-Hi
  22. Modernist

Please ask all earned DQs by 6 p.m. EDT tonight. Or, if you’ve earned a DQ during the game, you may ask your “Are you Firstname Lastname?” question.

Are you Henri Matisse?

Oui! C’est moi,

Henri Matisse!

Take it away, EH!

Thanks - good one! Love the guy’s work: Henri Matisse - Wikipedia

Lemme think of our next letter…

An update: Botticelli - the letters we've used so far - #81 by Elendil_s_Heir

Let’s next go with

E

IQs

  1. Are you the titular character of a novel set in Starkfield?
  2. Did you irk the Crown with ”Mother Hubberd’s Tale”?
  3. Known for your violet eyes?

Congrats!
IQs:
1. Did you write “Demon with a Glass Hand”?
2. Are you the most famous person from Tupelo, Mississippi?
3. Does a small museum located in the Northern Ireland community of Culmore, just north of Derry, commemorate you—a Kansas-born pioneer, civil rights supporter, and charter member of The 99s, who died around 1937?

IQs:

  1. Did you invent a device that killed cockroaches by means of electricity?
  2. Did Schopenhauer once say that you, he, and Buddha all taught basically the same thing?
  3. Does a sculpture of you sit on a bench in Liverpool?

Not Eddard Stark, not Evangeline Uxbridge, and not Eddie the scary little kid with the cornfield.

Not Harlan Ellison, Elvis Presley or Erwin O’Leary.

Not Thomas Edison, Erasmus or Elizabeth Parker.

Got some guesses in there…

Ethan Frome
Edmund Spenser
Elizabeth Taylor

DQs
Male?
Deceased?
Known for The Arts?

Correct on Edison
#2 was Meister Eckhart.
#3 is Eleanor Rigby.

DQs:

  1. Real?
  2. Last name starts with E?

IQs:

  1. Did you write a play in which the Greek Furies assault a man during a cocktail party?
  2. Did you play Barnaby Jones?
  3. In the MCU, are you Star-Lord’s father?

3 (museum in Culmore, Northern Ireland) was Amelia Earhart.

One DQ reserved.

Not Edward Albee, not Buddy Ebsen and dunno.

E.

  1. male
  2. deceased
  3. not known for the Arts
  4. real
  5. first name starts with E

IQs:
1. Are you the most famous person from Metairie, LA?
2. Did you create Spider Jerusalem?
3. Does your voice inform AOL users that they have received communication?

DQ: born after 1900?

#1 was T. S. Eliot (in The Cocktail Party)
#2 is Correct.
#3 is Ego.

DQs:

  1. American?
  2. Known for politics/military?

IQs

  1. Was your killer finally convicted 31 years after you died?
  2. Is there a space telescope named after you?
  3. Do some consider you the founder of the New Age movement, despite many others considering you a charlatan?