Match the clouds to the artist

Call it “clouds through the centuries.” Here's a sampling from some selected famous artists whose work would be incomplete without a little cumulus, cirrus and stratus in the picture. Can you figure out whose name goes with each painting? 

1

National Gallery of Art

Why these men are going out to fish in such rough seas is a mystery. But the artist shouldn't be. 

Thomas Gainsborough 

Rembrandt

John Constable 

Gilbert Stuart

2

National Gallery of Art

A little motion sickness? Here's a clue: It would be even worse at night.

Delacroix

Mary Cassatt

Vincent Van Gogh  

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

3

National Gallery of Art

Not the best-looking guy, but those clouds sure are pretty.

Johannes Vermeer

Bellini  

Edward Hopper

Grant Wood

4

National Gallery of Art

These clouds aren't looking down on a summer picnic. 

Sandro Botticelli

El Greco

Camille Pissarro

Delacroix  

5

National Gallery of Art

An unhappy crowd, which is what happens when you cross Apollo. 

Salvador Dali

El Greco 

Marc Chagall

Thomas Cole

6

National Gallery of Art

Dayhawks, perhaps? 

Edward Hopper 

Alfred Sisley

Berthe Morisot

Edvard Munch

7

National Gallery of Art

She's sweet and chaste. But she's no Martha. 

Pierre-Auguste Renoir

John Singer Sargent

Gilbert Stuart  

Peter Paul Rubens

8

National Gallery of Art

These mountains are a portrait of a different kind for this painter. 

Thomas Gainsborough

Diego Rivera

Georgia O'Keefe

John Singer Sargent 

9

National Gallery of Art

He spent most of his painting time in France, but he was a Brit at heart. 

Vincent Van Gogh

Willem de Kooning

J.M.W. Turner

Alfred Sisley  

10

National Gallery of Art

There are just a few dozen mills and tanneries, plus one brewery, missing from this bucolic scene. 

Bellini

Caraviggio

Thomas Cole 

Gustav Klimt