A-F

A

Q:  What microscopic bodies make up the Art Collector’s Hoagie?
A:  Adams.
 
Q:  What musical instrument does an Art Collector play to soothe her Hoagies?
A:  An Arp.

B

Q:  What fatty meat do Art Collectors sometimes add to their Hoagies?
A:  Bacon.
 
Q:  How does an Art Collector carry her Hoagies to a picnic?
A:  In a Basquiat.
 
Q:  What do Art Collectors say when a guy gets too close to their Hoagies?
A:  “Beckmann!”
 
Q:  What did the Art Collector say after finishing a tasty Hoagie?
A:  “Beuys that was good!”
 
Q:  Who never appreciates the Art Collector’s long Hoagie lunch breaks?
A:  His Bosch.
 
Q:  What did the Art Collector twirl in the Hoagie-day parade?
A:  A Breton.

C

Q:  How did the Art Collector ask his woman friend out on a Hoagie date?
A:  He Calder.
 
Q:  What is the most basic ingredient found in an Art Collector’s Hoagie?
A:  Cole Cuts.

D

Q:  How does an Art Collector transport her half-ton Hoagie?
A:  With a Dali.
 
Q:  Why did the Art Collector get a stomach ache after eating his Hoagie?
A:  Degas.
 
Q:  What did the Art Collector call the man who dove into a pool of niblets to get a Hoagie?
A:  Diebenkorn.
 
Q:  What does an Art Collector call motorists who run over his Hoagies?
A:  Otto Dix.
 
Q:  Where did the Art Collector build her “do-it-yourself” Hoagie?
A:  Dubuffet.
 
Q:  What did the Art Collector ask the friend who apparently did not desire a Hoagie?
A:  “Duccio want one?”
 
Q:  What does an Art Collector call Mohammed Ali?
A:  Duchamp.
 
Q:  How did the Art Collector respond to the Hoagie joke?
A:  “Durer!”

E

 

F

Q:  What do Art Collector’s get when they leave their Hoagies in the Gallery?
A:  Flack.
 
Q:  How did the Art Collector describe the stale bun of the week-old Hoagie?
A:  Fragonard.

 

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