- 1. Mona LisaLeonardo da Vinci
- 2. The Creation Of AdamMichelangelo
- 3. The Birth Of VenusSandro Botticelli
- 4. The school of AthensRaphael
- 5. Starry nightVincent van Gogh
- 6. Portrait Of Dora MaarPablo Picasso
- 7. Water liliesClaude Monet
- 8. The last supperLeonardo da Vinci
- 9. The last judgmentHieronymus Bosch
- 10. The Persistence Of MemorySalvador Dali
The most famous paintings in the world are truly the masterpiece creations of human hands. Cultural heritage of great artists allows the true fans of fine art to aesthetic pleasure, we see the best creations created by the great painters. The masterpieces of the legendary artists open a door to the mysterious world of art to the common man.
10. The Persistence Of MemorySalvador Dali
"The Persistence Of Memory", Salvador Dali. The picture brought a Spanish painter in popularity. Perhaps, there is no modern educated person, regardless of race, who would not have been aware of this picture. In this work the artist as it moves away from a linear understanding of time, pretending to watch the softened flowing like melted cheese.
9. The last judgmentHieronymus Bosch
The last judgement, Hieronymus Bosch. This work of the famous Dutch artist is a triptych consisting of three paintings. The subject the subject of many paintings, but not one artist like Bosch failed to pass in all the colors of the deadly sins and the horror of the day of judgment. The painter depicts the torments of hell for sinners, for whom the hour had come to answer for their misdeeds and atrocities. Their bodies pierced with swords and knives, which are connected with the sexual associations of the artist.
8. The last supperLeonardo da Vinci
"The last supper", Leonardo da Vinci. This is one of the most legendary works of the great artist. It is a mural painting, which depicts Jesus and his disciples on the day of their last meals together. Painted over da Vinci worked for three years. In 1498 she decorated the wall of the Dominican monastery in Milan, Santa Maria delle Grazie. This painting has had an enormous impact on the further development of painting in the West. According to scientific findings, the mural depicts the moment when Jesus says that one of his disciples will soon betray him.
7. Water liliesClaude Monet
"Water lilies" or "Lilies", Claude Monet. This global work of French impressionist, which includes more than 200 paintings. All the paintings depict the flower beds of the estate of impressionist. Some of the latest paintings created by Monet, when he already had poor vision. A series of "Water lilies" was a life-long work of Monet and it was of great importance. Painting from the series scattered in many famous museums around the world and is one of the best works of painting of the 20th century.
6. Portrait Of Dora MaarPablo Picasso
"Portrait Of Dora Maar", By Pablo Picasso. This world-famous picture of the creative artist depicted his lover Dora, who sits on the chair, and on her shoulder, and she is a black cat. It is not only one of the most popular paintings, but also the most expensive. Artist and a young woman was tied up almost ten-year relationship. The picture was painted by the artist in 1941, after that she changed more than one owner. Admirers of Picasso were ready to pay fabulous money for this masterpiece. The last time the "Portrait of Dora Maar" was exhibited at the auction in 2007 and was sold for half a million dollars.
5. Starry nightVincent van Gogh
"Starry night", Vincent van Gogh. Dutch painter wrote in 1889, which earned fame throughout the world. This work is recognized as one of the best available to van Gogh. On the canvas the artist has depicted the night sky in a way that it prompted my own imagination. Starry night in the imagination of the painter more amazing and almost has nothing to do with reality. Currently, this amazing picture is owned by the new York Museum of modern art.
4. The school of AthensRaphael
"The school of Athens", Raphael. This world-famous creation is a mural, which is located in the Vatican Palace. By order of Julius the Second Raphael in the early 16th century began painting the ceremonial halls of the residence of the Pope. One of these paintings is "the school of Athens", which allegorically conveys the philosophical knowledge of the world. Three other nearby murals, are no less famous — "the Debate", "Wisdom, moderation and strength", "Parnassus". All four works represent a Foundation that must be for humanity major is philosophy, theology, justice and poetry.
3. The Birth Of VenusSandro Botticelli
"The Birth Of Venus", Sandro Botticelli. Italian painter Sandro Botticelli. created one of the masterpieces of painting, which got worldwide fame. Presumably the model for the painting was made by Simonetta Vespucci, who was the wife of the younger brother of the Florentine ruler Lorenzo de Medici. The picture conveys the myth of the birth of the goddess of Love Winery. She is depicted floating in the sink Molucca, which adapts to the shore the wind created by the Marshmallow that is in the arms of his wife. These characters are depicted on the left side of the canvas. Venus on the shore waiting for one of the goddesses of fun.
2. The Creation Of AdamMichelangelo
"The Creation Of Adam", Michelangelo. One of the most famous works of the great masters of the pen was painted around 1511. The canvas depicts God accompanied by angels without wings. His right hand he pulls Adam towards and almost touching her. This idea of the artist conveys the idea that God and man can never be a single entity. The divine image conveys the creative energy in a global sense, but in the body of Adam, the artist celebrates the physical beauty of a person. According to scientifically based data, in the image of God encrypted the human brain.
1. Mona LisaLeonardo da Vinci
Mona Lisa or "La Gioconda" by Leonardo da Vinci. The creation of the brush by the legendary Italian artist is the most popular painting in the world. On the canvas, da Vinci portrayed a noble Florentine, known as Lisa Gherardini who was the wife of an influential merchant Giocondo. This is one of the works by the Italian painter, he was especially valuable. During the creation of the portrait, the artist worked extra hard and spent a lot of time. In old age, da Vinci, leaving Florence, took the "Mona Lisa". Currently, the picture is stored in the largest Museum in the world — the Louvre.