We know that art is a tool to express one’s self without sacrificing creativity. In some parts of the world, it is used to represent a rich culture against the backdrop of poverty, unrest and even lack of food. During the early days, earth’s inhabitants resort to painting as a way to transfer knowledge. No wonder we love art as part of human life. It’s one way to continue living and sharing what we have to other people. That’s because we know that it can inspire just anyone.
By just reading the list of top ten artists, I can share with you my thoughts about many famous artists of all time. In general, all I can say is that without them we would lack the courage to disclose essential principles of survival.
In the history of mankind, we know that there are many artists who have shared their talent to make the world a better place to live. Some of them aren’t successful in transforming the world that we live, but their work were transferred from one generation to another and eventually inspired many people. When Leonardo the Vinci painted Mona Lisa, we didn’t know that it would be as influential as the artist himself. Many people speculated on its meaning and usefulness in today’s world. Pablo Picasso’s Guernica is equally popular. However, it was Vincent van Gogh’s portraits that brought many people to reflect on the sad part of life. Since he was a very dark artist, we had a visual representation of skepticism in the field of art.
In the field of religion, paintings are also necessary. The kind of life that our ancestors experienced so many years ago are showcased in many paintings created by famous artists. Since it was Caravaggio who created The Crucifixion of Saint Peter, the whole idea of what happened to Saint Peter became well-known.
We are fortunate that we had the opportunity to marvel at the popular paintings of many artists. Hopefully, we can find inspiration with the work of more artists in the future.
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