Great ARtists Series
Arguably the most famous painting in the world, the Mona Lisa’s enigmatic smile has intrigued viewers for centuries.
Monalisa (1503 - 1506) By Leonardo da Vinci
Painted from the window of his asylum room, Van Gogh’s swirling stars and luminous moon against the night sky exemplify the artist’s signature impasto style.
The Starry Night Painting, 1889 Painting By Vincent van Gogh
Leonardo da Vinci has two masterpieces on the list of the top ten. Da Vinci’s mastery is evident in this mural, which elegantly depicts the emotional complexity of Christ’s final meal with his disciples.
The Last Supper, 1490 By Leonardo da Vinci
Its status as a cultural icon is due to its encapsulation of a universally relatable human emotion – anxiety.
The Scream, 1893 By Edvard Munch
Dali’s Surrealist masterpiece, with its melting clocks, barren landscape, and disjointed objects, explores time’s fluidity and the surreal nature of the subconscious.
The Persistence of Memory, 1931 By Salvador Dali
Picasso’s large-scale monochrome mural captures the horrors and chaos of the bombing of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War.
Guernica, 1937 By Pablo Picasso
"Girl with a Pearl Earring," painted in 1665 by Johannes Vermeer, is a captivating masterpiece that continues to enchant viewers with its timeless allure.
Girl With A Pearl Earring, 1665 By Johannes Vermeer
A masterpiece of Baroque art, “The Night Watch” is a large-scale group portrait of a militia.
The Night Watch, 1642 By Rembrandt van Rijn
The painting’s status as a cultural icon rests upon its nuanced exploration of American values and identity.
American Gothic, 1930 By Grant Wood
This painting is an ode to the beauty of the goddess Venus as she emerges from the sea as a fully grown woman.
The Birth of Venus, 1485 By Sandro Botticelli