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Rated 2 points - posted 12 years ago by arollison in category Other.
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# Leonardo: Il Cenacolo/ The Last Supper (1497) - S.Maria delle Grazie, Milano Report Abuse
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Leonardo: Gioconda/ Mona Lisa (1505) - Louvre, Paris Report Abuse
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Van Gogh: Starry Night (1889) - Museum of Modern Art, New York Report Abuse
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Michelangelo: Il Giudizio Universale/ Universal Judgement (1541) - Cappella Sistina, Roma Report Abuse
This painting has such vibrant colors, especially for the time in which it was painted. It is a beautiful painting of religious contexts.
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Dali: Persistence of Memory (1931) - Museum of Modern Art, New York Report Abuse
This is one of Dali's most respected paintings. It is a painting of distorted pocket watches. This is definitely open for interpretation and that is what makes this such a great painting.
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Bosch: The Garden of Delights (1504) - Prado, Madrid Report Abuse
Wow, what a beautiful painting. It is actually a tri-fold canvas with many animals and people to study.
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Klimt: The Kiss (1908) - Belvedere, Wien Report Abuse
This is a remarkable painting by Klimt. There are 2 people in an embrace and the way that they blend in the painting is eye-catching. It sends such a romantic and warm feeling through you when you look at it.
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Monet: Nimphee (1926) - Orangerie, Paris Report Abuse
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Botticelli: Allegoria della Primavera (1478) - Uffizi, Firenze Report Abuse
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Dali: Metamorphose de Narcisse (1937) - Tate Gallery, London Report Abuse
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Greco: Toledo (1599) - Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Report Abuse
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Botticelli: Nascita di Venere (1485) - Uffizi, Firenze Report Abuse
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Odd Nerdrum: Two Men Guiding One (199x) - Weisman Museum - Minneapolis, MN Report Abuse
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Cranach: Flugelaltar mit dem Jungsten Gericht (1524) - Gemaldegalerie, Berlin Report Abuse
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Bosch: The Last Judgement (1505) - Gemaldegalerie der Akademie der Bildenden Kunste, Wien Report Abuse
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Titian : The Rape Of Europa, Isabel Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, Ma. (circa 1500's) Report Abuse
Intensity. Vivid use of the color red. Opulent and riveting. A must see for Art lovers
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Rousseau: Sleeping Gypsy (1897) - Museum of Modern Art, New York Report Abuse
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Klimt: The Virgin (1913) - National Gallery, Prague Report Abuse
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Van Eyck: Madonna in the Church (1425) - Gemaldegalerie, Berlin Report Abuse
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Klimt: Beethovenfries (1902) - Sezession, Wien Report Abuse
The patterns in this picture make it a splendid work of art. It has a naked man and woman in an embrace with various onlookers, eyes closed, apparently singing.
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Ernst: La Ville Entiere (1936) - Kunsthaus, Zurich Report Abuse
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Dali: Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (1936) - Museum of Art, Philadelphia Report Abuse
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James Whistler : Whistler's mother (circa late 1800's) Musee D'Orsay, Paris France Report Abuse
This is self evident as one of the most famous paintings ever. Some dark and brooding, yet a breathtaking painting in its own right
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Mathe: Paveman (1984) -- Budapest, Hungary Report Abuse
Simple as the subject matter and its representation is it communicates to people of all ages, independent of their level of education or affiliation of any kind telling one the story of urbanized man with remarkable clarity.
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