Johannes Vermeer - The Art of Painting

Jan Vermeer "The Art of Painting" or "The Allegory of Painting" 1666 (Kunsthistorische Museum, Vienna)

My Dress Hangs There, 1933 by Frida Kahlo

Frida KAHLO - Alla Cuelga Mi Vestido (My Dress Hangs There) initiated in New York City, but finished in Mexico City in 1933

Caravaggio Supper at Emmaus. Our eyes were opened at the breaking of the Bread

Caravaggio ~ Supper at Emmaus ~ 1601 ~ Oil on canvas ~ National Gallery, London. Caravaggio included himself as the figure on the top left.

Giovanni Paolo Panini, Ancient Rome, 1757

Ancient Rome by Giovanni Paolo Panini (Italian, Piacenza Rome) 1757 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC inGallery 620

The Starry Night - Wikipedia

The Starry Night van Gogh 1889 Oil on canvas Museum of Modern Art, New York City

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My favorite quote, "The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.

Giovanni Paolo Panini, Modern Rome, 1757

Modern Rome, 1757 Giovanni Paolo Panini (Italian, Roman, Among Panini’s most brilliant inventions are this picture and its pendant, Ancient Rome . They contrive to show the most famous.

Las Meninas (1656), by Velazquez, this is my all-time favorite painting.  It's such a layered story.

Velazquez / Las Meninas One of the infantas, Margaret Theresa, the eldest daughter of the new Queen, appears to be subject of Las Meninas English: The Maids of Honour), Velázquezs magnum opus.

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René Magritte - La Condition humaine (The Human Condition), 1933 Oil on canvas x 81 x cm) National Gallery of Art, Washington

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Art Quote Famous Artist Degas typography by theartofobservation "Art is not what you see, but what you make others see" - Edgar Degas

Magritte, Ceci n'est pas une pipe,

"this is not a pipe" The Treachery of Images (La Trahison Des Images), René Magritte. (was painted in my high school art studio, loved that place)

Holbein, the Ambassadors, if you don't know about the weird shape on the bottom, it's a skull.

Hans Holbein the Younger Double Portrait of Jean de Dinteville and Georges de Selve ("The Ambassadors"), Oil and tempera on oak, National Gallery, London.