The most famous works of art found in Europe

Monday July 01 17.46 GMT

The most famous works of art found in Europe

For sure, Europe preserves hundreds of the most famous works of art of all time.

From Monet, Da Vinci and Picasso, to Klimt and Magritte.

Therefore, we invite you to take a tour of the most important countries and artistic works in the world.


1818. The walker on the sea of ​​clouds by Caspar David Friedrich, at the Kunsthalle Museum in Hamburg.


XII century. Apse of Engolasters, in the National Museum of Art of Catalonia in Barcelona.


1908. The Kiss by Gustav Klimt, at the Belvedere Gallery in Vienna.


1913. The violonist by Marc Chagall, at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam in the Netherlands.


1964. The son of man by René Magritte. Magritte Museum of Brussels.


1894. Rachenitsa by Ivan Mrkvička, at the National Gallery in Sofia.


1903. Spring by Ivan Grohar, at the Museum of Fine Arts of the Villa de Paris (France).


1937. Guernica by Pablo Picasso, at the Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid.


1903. The wounded angel by Hugo Simberg, at the Ateneum Museum in Helsinki.


1872. Impression, rising sun by Claude Monet, at the Marmottan-Monet Museum in Paris.


130 BC - 100 BC Venus de Milo, at the Louvre Museum in Paris.


1902. Old fisherman of Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka, at the Herman Ottó Museum in Miskolc.


1485. The birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli, at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence.

1503-19. Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, at the Louvre Museum in Paris.


1893. The Scream by Edward Munch, at the National Gallery of Norway in Oslo.


1665-1667. The girl of the pearl by Johannes Vermeer, at the Mauritshuis Museum in The Hague.


1895. Golden autumn by Isaac Levitan, at the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg.


1896. Breakfast under the big birch by Carl Larsson, at the National Museum in Stockholm.

United Kingdom

1839. The Daredevil towed to his last dock for scrapping of JMW Turner, at the National Gallery in London.


1511. Adan creation of Michelangelo, in the Sistine Chapel.