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Top 10 Most Famous Canvas Paintings in the World

Auctions are held every year in which there is a wide range of products. For example, things like paintings worth a billion dollars appear and get sold.
Top 10 Most Famous Canvas Paintings in the World

Auctions are held every year in which there is a wide range of products. For example, things like paintings worth a billion dollars appear and get sold. There are many museums all around the world that have a plethora of these artistic paintings.

However, only a few of them gain the tag of “famous,” because the word “famous” varies a lot. For quite a long time, a piece of statistical information suggests the following canvas paintings as the top ten famous paintings in the world. Kindly have a look.

Mona Lisa

An inexplicable woman with a mysterious smile is the most famous painting in the whole world. The believed name of this woman is Lisa Gherardini, wife of Francesco del Giocondo. This portrait is the first-ever known portrait painting of Italy and a well-known artistic innovation that was first placed in Paris in 1804.

  • Artist: Leonardo Da Vinci
  • Where to see: Louvre Museum in Paris

The Last Supper

The representation of Jesus Christ before his crucifixion when, for the last time, he had a meal with his disciples, is known as “The Last Supper.” This picture was painted in an age when religious representation was still a compelling artistic statement. It is a huge painting of around 15 feets height and 28.9 feets width.

  • Artist: Leonardo Da Vinci
  • Where to see: Santa Maria Delle Grazie, Milan, Italy

The Starry Night

This abstract painting is Vincent Van Gogh’s exceptional innovation in which he has heavily used thick brushes. The yellows and blues are the backbones of this painting, along with a twisting atmosphere that has been fascinating a lot of art lovers for ages.

  • Artist: Vincent Van Gogh
  • Where to see: Museum of modern art

The Scream

The Scream comprises two paintings. The first has the usage of two pastels, and the other has undefined prints. Hence, it is not one approach to art. The National Museum and Munch Museum in Oslo, Norway, hold the paintings. One of the pastels was sold for about $120 million at an auction in 2012.

  • Artist: Edward Munch
  • Where to see: National Museum, Norway


Guernica is one of the latest paintings that describes the German aerial bombing of Guernica. It happened during the Spanish Civil War in the Basque region. Picasso’s uniqueness can easily be identified in this painting. During the 20th century, this picture became an ultimate essential part of history and culture.

  • Artist: Pablo Picasso
  • Where to see: Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid

The Kiss

“The Kiss” is an elegant symbolic description by Artist Gustav Klimt. It is placed in the Upper Belvedere Museum of Vienna, Austria, and it suggests that a lot of people seem to get delighted by this painting.

  • Artist: the Gustav Klimt
  • Where to see: Vienna, Austria

Girl with a Pearl Earring

“Girl With a Pearl Earring” is an imaginary figure with striking characteristics. Its primary focus is the big pearl earring worn by a girl. This painting is a charm to most of its viewers and is often associated with “Mona Lisa.”

  • Artist: Johannes Vermeer
  • Where to see: Mauritshuis, Netherlands

The Birth Of Venus

“The Birth of Venus” is considered the most passionate painting, along with “The Kiss.” It is one of the oldest amongst the top ten paintings.

The artist “Botticelli” suggests in this picture that the lady is the “goddess of love,” who rises from a gigantic scallop.

  • Artist: Sandro Botticelli
  • Where to see: Florence, Italy

Las Meninas

“Las Meninas” is one of Diego Velázquez’s largest and most famous paintings. It resides at Prado, Madrid. The art critics and the general public have appreciated the intricate artwork done in this portrait.

  • Artist: Diego Velazquez
  • Where to see: Madrid

Creation Of Adam

In this picture, the renowned artist Michelangelo portrays Adam and God with their arms outstretched and their almost touching fingers. It is painted on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel Museum in Vatican City.

  • Artist: Michelangelo
  • Where to see: Vatican City
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