The Best Phone Painting Cover Ideas!
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Here are some classic paintings!
Leonardo da Vinci's famous Mona Lisa is a portrait of a woman shown from the waist up. A classic example of Italian Renaissance art. Lisa Gherardini, the wife of Francesco del Giocondo, has been positively recognized as the subject of the picture. It is an oil painting on a panel of white Lombardy poplar. Despite the family's repeated requests, Leonardo never presented them with the artwork.
Vincent van Gogh, a Dutch Post-Impressionist, painted "The Starry Night" in oil on canvas. It was painted in June of 1889 and represents the scene outside the east window of his asylum room in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, right before daybreak.
Sandro Botticelli, an Italian painter, completed his famous work The Birth of Venus about 1485. It shows the goddess Venus, freshly born from the sea, making her way to the beach.
A Girl with a Pearl The oil work Earring was created by the Dutch Golden Age artist Johannes Vermeer in 1665. After been known by a number of different names over the years, the earring the girl in the painting is wearing at the close of the twentieth century led to its current moniker. There have been numerous literary and cinematic adaptations of the piece, which has been in the possession of the Mauritshuis in The Hague since 1902.
The Kiss is a work by the Austrian Modern art painter Gustav Klimt. It is an oil on canvas with gold leaf, silver, and platinum added to it. It was created between 1907 and 1908, during the artist's "Golden Period," according to art historians.
Known as the pinnacle of Spanish Golden Age painting, Las Meninas was completed by Diego Velázquez in 1656 and is now housed in the Museo del Prado in Madrid. As the ambiguous relationship it establishes between viewer and figures, it has become one of the most highly discussed works in Western painting.
Claude Monet's Impression, Sunrise was painted in 1872 and debuted at the "Exhibition of the Impressionists" in Paris in April 1874. Impressionism got its name from this artwork, which is why it is so important to the artist who created it. The port of Le Havre, Monet's birthplace, is depicted in his painting "Impression, Sunrise."
The overthrow of King Charles X in the July Revolution of 1830 is commemorated in a picture by Eugène Delacroix titled Liberty Leading the People. A woman wearing a Phrygian cap, symbolizing Liberty, leads a diverse group of people forward over a barricade and the bodies of the slain, with the tricolor, which once again became France's official flag after these events, which she holds in one arm and a bayonetted gun in the other. Marianne, the French name for Liberty, is also an emblem of France and the French Republic.
The German Romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich created his 1818 masterpiece Wanderer above the Sea of Fog. It shows the artist, his back to the viewer, standing on a rocky outcrop and staring out into a landscape blanketed in fog, through which distant ridges, trees, and mountains may be seen.
Edvard Munch, a Norwegian artist, painted "The Scream" in 1893. The painting's pained face, representing the worry of the human condition, has become one of the most recognizable pictures in the world.