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Artists use their paintings to show how they feel, what they see behind the scenes of life, or to cover up the ugliness of this world, maybe expose it in an artistic way.

There are lot of famous paintings around the world with meanings that not everyone understands. It doesn’t matter if Mr. Internet is here today to help you discover the truth behind the colours. What does matter is will you be able to figure them alone?
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1. Birth of Venus – Botticelli
1. Birth of Venus – Botticelli
2. The scream – Edvard Munich
2. The scream – Edvard Munich
3. Girl with a pearl earring
3. Girl with a pearl earring
4. Guernica – Pablo Picasso
4. Guernica – Pablo Picasso
5. The persistence of Memory – Salvador Dali
5. The persistence of Memory – Salvador Dali
6. American Gothic – Grant DeVolson Wood
6. American Gothic – Grant DeVolson Wood
7. Whistler’s mother – James McNeill Whistler
7. Whistler’s mother – James McNeill Whistler
8. Kiss- Gustav Klimt
8. Kiss- Gustav Klimt
9. No. 5 – Jackson Pollock
9. No. 5 – Jackson Pollock
10. Starry night over the Rhone – Vincent van Gogh
10. Starry night over the Rhone – Vincent van Gogh
11. Cafe terrace at night – Vincent van Gogh
11. Cafe terrace at night – Vincent van Gogh
12. The Flower carrier – Diego Rivera
12. The Flower carrier – Diego Rivera
13. The storm on the Sea of Galilee – Rembrandt van Rijn
13. The storm on the Sea of Galilee – Rembrandt van Rijn
14. Metamorphoses of Narcissus  - Salvador Dali
14. Metamorphoses of Narcissus – Salvador Dali
15. Black Square – Kazimir Malevich
15. Black Square – Kazimir Malevich
16. Death and life – Gustav Klimt
16. Death and life – Gustav Klimt
17. Massacre of the Innocents – Peter Paul Rubens
17. Massacre of the Innocents – Peter Paul Rubens

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