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Love art and want to see some of the world's most famous pieces. Here's an infographic that tells you where they are.

Infographic: A guide to where you can see the world’s greatest pieces of art

Love art and want to see some of the world's most famous pieces. Here's an infographic that tells you where they are.

Frida Kahlo, Two Fridas (1939). Frida Kahlo painted one of her most famous pictures shortly after Rivera divorced her. It is a painting about her profound isolation and her conflicted sense of herself.

Frida Kahlo, Two Fridas (1939). Frida Kahlo painted one of her most famous pictures shortly after Rivera divorced her. It is a painting about her profound isolation and her conflicted sense of herself.

Vincent Van Gogh, Starry night over the Rhone, 1889

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Vincent Van Gogh, Starry night over the Rhone, 1889

René Magritte, Time Transfixed (1938). Image: WikiArt.

René Magritte, Time Transfixed (1938). Image: WikiArt.

It seems straightforward, but "Nighthawks" is a deceptively simple piece of art.  15 Things You Might Not Know About 'Nighthawks' | Mental Floss

15 Things You Might Not Know About Nighthawks

It seems straightforward, but "Nighthawks" is a deceptively simple piece of art. 15 Things You Might Not Know About 'Nighthawks' | Mental Floss

Stolen Andy Warhol painting of Muhammad Ali which was taken in a raid on a Los Angeles home in September 2009

Picasso is the most stolen artist in the world with more than 1,000 of his pieces of work missing

Stolen Andy Warhol painting of Muhammad Ali which was taken in a raid on a Los Angeles home in September 2009

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Sunflowers, by Vincent Van Gogh. The texture and depth given to the flowers Through his distinctive brush strokes

Sunflowers, c.1888

Sunflowers, by Vincent Van Gogh. The texture and depth given to the flowers Through his distinctive brush strokes

Antony Gormley. This sculpture by Gormley is powerful as he has been able to use hard sharp shapes to show the feeling of being depressed or upset. The formation of the shapes is so powerful as well as they clearly show a human body and i believe that this makes the piece interesting because it is so life like

Antony Gormley. This sculpture by Gormley is powerful as he has been able to use hard sharp shapes to show the feeling of being depressed or upset. The formation of the shapes is so powerful as well as they clearly show a human body and i believe that this makes the piece interesting because it is so life like

8 of the World's Most Famous Art Pieces, Redone as Desserts | Wired Design | Wired.com

8 of the World’s Most Famous Art Pieces, Redone as Desserts

8 of the World's Most Famous Art Pieces, Redone as Desserts | Wired Design | Wired.com