Some Inspirational Pieces of Art for Humanity

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Painting is a piece of art in which the artist elegantly uses colors to convey and message to the viewers. Every painter who creates a portrait wants to send a message to the viewers. It depends on people who see the painting, how they perceive the message. Different people view and understand a panting as per their perceptions and understanding of life.

However, the motive of an artist is to convey the same message to all. The great artists have worked for their lives to create the most magnificent art pieces in history. Let us check out some inspiring masterpieces of art for humanity.

The Creation of Adam – Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo

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Michelangelo created Sistine Chapel in four years. Although it looks like a simple painting, the artwork throws light on the creation of the first man on the planet earth. The artist took scenes from the old testament of the Holy Bible. The painting shows God creating Adam and the moment he sends him to earth.

In the painting image of touching hands of Adam and God is shown as the icon of humanity. Artists around the world have reproduced the painting in various imitations and parodies. It is one of the most replicated paintings in history.

The Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli 

The Birth of Venus is a famous painting by Sandro Botticelli that shows the birth of Goddess Venus forms the sea. The most attractive part of the painting is the beautiful face and shy posture of the Goddess Venus. The artwork is presently housed in Florence’s Uffizi Gallery.

It shows the Goddess of love and beauty emerging out of the sea on the island of Cyprus. She is standing on a scallop shell that is as pure as a pearl. The roses are shown blown by the wind as a reminder of the spring season.

The Last Supper – Leonardo Da Vinci

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The Last Supper is a masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci that shows the scene of Jesus Christ having the last supper with his disciples. It was the supper when Jesus said that one of the 12 disciples would betray him. The painting shows the ultimate test of men about who will they serve, God or Mammon. In the painting, all the twelve disciples are showing different reactions to the statement of Jesus. All of them are showing the different reactions of anger, horror, and shock. Leonardo Da Vinci painted the original painting on the on a dry plaster wall in Santa Maria in Milan, Italy. However, the paint did not adhere to the wall and began to flake only after a few decades.

Poppies in a Field – 1873 by Claude Monet

Claude Monet is also one of the great painters in the history of painting. The beautiful painting “Poppies in a field” captures the beauty and simplicity of the mother earth and nature. It also shows the pre-industrial age that was disappearing quickly when Claude Monet created this masterpiece. The painting is an evocation of the pre-industrialization era.

The painting shows a beautiful summer day in all its glory and vibrant poppy flowers complementing the clear blue sky and some clouds. A mother and her child are shown in the foreground. Another child and mother are shown in the background. Monet has created two separate color zones, red and bluish green. The mother and child shown in the foreground are probably the painter’s wife and son.

The Girl with a Pearl Earring

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The Girl with a Pearl Earring is an oil painting made by a Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer. The painting depicts a young woman in an exotic dress wearing a large pearl earring. The girl has beautiful lustrous eyes showing the innocence of childhood.

The painting also shows the threshold of womanhood. She is wearing a blue and gold turban, and a gold jacket with a visible collar. She is unaware of the viewer and not focusing on a daily chore. She is looking over her shoulder, meeting the viewers gaze. The painter has created an essence of innocence, purity, and change of transforming into womanhood.

Le Moulin de la Galette by Jean Renoir

The leading artist Jean Renoir has put all his creativity to show the buzz and excitement of this scene in Paris. The painting shows an era when Paris was one of the leading cultural centers in the world. It was a place when people had a great time and enjoyed life to its full.  Even experts like painters Alexandria says that it is difficult to create such a time in the present.

Final Words

These are some of the masterpieces of the past that are almost impossible to create in the present. The artists spend years to create these pieces of artwork, and they are priceless even today.

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