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    6 Famous Paintings With Hidden Messages

    1. Clara Peeters’ “Still Life with Cheeses, Almonds and Pretzels” (c. 1615) Allowing your legacy to live on through an epic work of art is one thing; leaving behind a sneaky hidden wink to your audience through said artwork definitely kicks that legend up a notch. Great painters like Leonardo da Vinci, for example, loved to bury symbolism in iconic pieces like “The Last Supper,” which includes details that are open to interpretation and have sparked debate among scholars for years. Here are six other works of art that have hidden messages you may have missed. “One of my favorite images smuggled into a painting can be found in a still…

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    8 paintings you should know

    The Persistence Of Memory: Salvador Dali Painted in 1931, this piece has been referred to as several different names, such as the melting clocks and the melting watches. The painting is said to be a unconscious symbol of the relativity of space and time and the Value is Unknown. 2. The Swing:Jean-Honore Fragonard Painted in 1767, a somewhat risque composition depicting the mistress of the Baron de Saint-Julien on a swing. She is be pushed by a smiling man who doesn’t realize another is gazing up her dress from the shrubs and the value is Unknown. 3. The Starry Night: Vincent Van Gogh Painted in June 1889, it describes the…

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