Best Works of Art & Architecture By Geographic Location III: Europe

This is the last of three “Best Works of Art and Architecture By Geographic Location” lists. To create these lists, I combined all the items listed in the ‘Best Works of Visual Art’ ‘Art History 101’, ‘Best Architecture’, ‘Best Photography’ and ‘Best Contemporary Artists’ lists and arranged them by geographical location, including the museums or other specific locations of the artworks or architecture. With the exception of Antarctica, there are items on every continent, in 54 different countries and in 39 of the 50 United States. Yet despite this diversity, more than half of the most highly-regarded artworks can be found in just six cities: New York, London, Paris, Rome, Florence and Madrid.

Note that, while most of the items on the list can be seen today at the listed location, some are not available for viewing because: (1) the artwork or building has been destroyed or dismantled; (2) the artwork was only visible temporarily; (3) the item can only be seen when installed as part of a museum or gallery exhibition; or (4) the item is in the collection of a museum or gallery but not currently on display. This last explanation holds true for the vast majority of photographs in the collections of the world’s museums. To give one example, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has over 30,000 photographs in its collection, but as of this writing, only 34 are on display in the museum.

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EUROPE

AUSTRIA

St. Wolfgang im Salzkammergut
St. Wolfgang Church
1471-1481: St. Wolfgang Altarpiece Artist: Michael Pacher.A view of the St. Wolfgang Altarpiece, by Michael Pacher, in Abersee, Austria.
A view of the St. Wolfgang Altarpiece, by Michael Pacher, in Abersee, Austria.

Klosterneuburg
Chapel of St. Leopold, Klosterneuburg Monastery
1181: Verdun Altar (Klosterneuburg Altarpiece). Artist: Nicholas of Verdun.The Verdun Altar in the Klosterneuberg Church, Austria.
The Verdun Altar in the Klosterneuberg Monastery, Klosterneuberg, Austria.

Vienna
Kunsthistorisches Museum
c. 1457–1459: St. Sebastian. Artist: Andrea Mantegna.
1505-1506: Madonna of the Meadow Artist: Raphael.
1506: Young Man with an Arrow. Artist: Giorgione.
c. 1506: Laura (Portrait of a Young Bride). Artist: Giorgione.
1508: Martyrdom of the Ten Thousand Artist: Albrecht Dürer.
1509: The Three Philosophers. Artist: Giorgione (possibly completed by Sebastiano del Piombo).
1511: Adoration of the Trinity (Landauer Altarpiece). Artist: Albrecht Dürer.
1515: Young Woman Holding a Mirror (Young Woman at her Toilette). Artist: Giovanni Bellini.
1524: Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror. Artist: Parmigianino.
1527-1528: The Conversion of St. Paul. Artist: Parmigianino.
c. 1530-1532: Jupiter and Io. Artist: Correggio.
1537: Portrait of Jane Seymour. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger.
1563: The Tower of Babel. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
1564: Danaë. Artist: Titian (and his workshop).
1565: The Hunters in the Snow. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
1567: The Peasant Wedding. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
1563: The Four Seasons: Winter. Artist: Giuseppe Arcimboldo.
c. 1666-1670: The Art of Painting (The Artist in his Studio). Artist: Johannes Vermeer.

Naturhistorisches Museum
c. 28,000-25,000 BCE: Venus of Willendorf. Artist: Unknown.

Academy of Fine Arts
c. 1482: The Last Judgment. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch.

Österreichische Galerie Belvedere

1803: Napoleon Crossing the Alps (Napoleon at the Saint-Bernard Pass). Artist: Jacques-Louis David.
1901: Judith and the Head of Holofernes (Judith I). Artist: Gustav Klimt.
1906: Portrait of Fritza Riedler. Artist: Gustav Klimt.
1907-1908: The Kiss. Artist: Gustav Klimt.
1914-1915: Death and the Maiden. Artist: Egon Schiele.
1915-1917: Mother with Two Children. Artist: Egon Schiele.
1917: Four Trees. Artist: Egon Schiele.
1917: The Embrace. Artist: Egon Schiele.

Secession Building
1902: Beethoven Frieze. Artist: Gustav Klimt.The Beethoven Frieze, by Gustav Klimt, in the Secession Building, Vienna, Austria.
The Beethoven Frieze, by Gustav Klimt, in the Secession Building, Vienna, Austria.

Galerie Würthle
1907: Danaë. Artist: Gustav Klimt.

Sammlung Leopold
1910: Self-Portrait (Self-Portrait with Striped Shirt). Artist: Egon Schiele.
1913: Setting Sun. Artist: Egon Schiele.
1915: House with Shingles. Artist: Egon Schiele.

Historiches Museum der Stadt
1911: Self-Portrait with Black Vase. Artist: Egon Schiele.

Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien (Museum of Modern Art)
1965: The Great Friends (from Heroes). Artist: Georg Baselitz.
1971: I Will Not Make Any More Boring Art (video). Artist: John Baldessari.
1971: I Am Making Art (video). Artist: John Baldessari.

Generali Foundation
1995–1996: I Love New York, Crazy City (scrapbook). Artist: Isa Genzken.

Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
c. 500-550 CE: Vienna Genesis (illustrated book). Artist: Unknown.

BELGIUM

Antwerp
Cathedral of Our Lady
1610-1611: Raising of the Cross (The Elevation of the Cross). Artist: Peter Paul Rubens.
1612-1614: Descent from the Cross. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens.
1626: Assumption of the Virgin. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens.
Descent from the Cross, by Peter Paul Rubens, is the center panel of an altarpiece by Peter Paul Rubens, which is located in St. Mary's Church in Antwerp, Belgium.
Descent from the Cross is the center panel of an altarpiece by Peter Paul Rubens, which is located in the Cathedral of Our Lady in Antwerp, Belgium.

Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten
1439: Madonna and Child at the Fountain. Artist: Jan van Eyck.

Middelheim Museum
1952: King and Queen. Artist: Henry Moore.
King and Queen, by Henry Moore, at the Middleheim Open Air Museum in Antwerp, Belgium.
King and Queen, by Henry Moore, at the Middleheim Open Air Museum in Antwerp, Belgium.

Museum of Modern Art
1972: Baldessari Sings LeWitt (video). Artist: John Baldessari.

Bruges
Groeningemuseum
1434-1436: Virgin and Child with Canon van der Paele. Artist: Jan van Eyck.

Memling Museum, St. John’s Hospital
1474-1479: St. John’s Altarpiece (Altarpiece of St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist). Artist: Hans Memling.

Brussels
1893-1894: Hôtel Tassel. Architect: Victor Horta.
1893-1895: Autrique House. Architect: Victor Horta.
1895-1898: Hôtel Solvay. Architect: Victor Horta.
1896-1898: Maison du Peuple. Architect: Victor Horta. Demolished.
1898: The Fountain of Kneeling Youth. Artist: George Minne.
1897-1901: Hôtel van Eetvelde. Architect: Victor Horta.
1898-1901: Maison & Atelier Horta (now Horta Museum). Architect: Victor Horta.
1894-1903: Hôtel Winssinger. Architect: Victor Horta.
1903-1905: Waucquez Department Store (now Comic Strip Museum). Architect: Victor Horta.
1905-1911: Palais Stoclet (Stoclet House; Stoclet Palace). Architect: Josef Hoffmann.
1920-1928: Palais des Beaux-Arts. Architect: Victor Horta.
1914-1952: Central Railway Station. Architect: Victor Horta.
The home and studio of Victor Horta in Brussels, Belgium is now the Horta Museum.
The home and studio of Victor Horta in Brussels, Belgium is now the Horta Museum.

Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique
c. 1555-1558: Landscape with the Fall of Icarus (probable copy). Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
1566: The Census at Bethlehem. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
1793: Death of Marat. Artist: Jacques-Louis David.
1824: Mars Being Disarmed by Venus and the Three Graces. Artist: Jacques-Louis David. 1946: The Temptation of St. Anthony. Artist: Salvador Dalí.
1954: The Empire of Light. Artist: René Magritte.

Musée d’Art Moderne
1957-1958: Draped Seated Woman. Artist: Henry Moore.

Mariemont
Musée royal de Mariemont
1889: The Burghers of Calais (bronze cast, 1905). Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Ghent
St. Bavo Cathedral
1430-1432: The Ghent Altarpiece (Adoration of the Mystic Lamb). Artists: Jan van Eyck (with Hubert van Eyck).
The Ghent Altarpiece, by Jan (and possibly also Hugo) van Eyck, is located in St. Bavo Cathedral in Ghent, Belgium.
The Ghent Altarpiece, by Jan (and possibly also Hugo) van Eyck, is located in St. Bavo Cathedral in Ghent, Belgium.

Museum voor Schone Kunsten
c. 1482: St. Jerome at Prayer. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch.
c. 1510-1535: Christ Carrying the Cross. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch (?).
1822: Portrait of a Kleptomaniac. Artist: Théodore Gericault.
1898: Kneeling Youth (plaster). Artist: George Minne.
1898: The Fountain of Kneeling Youth (bronze). Artist: George Minne.

Leuven
St. Peter’s Church
1464-1467: The Last Supper. Artist: Dieric Bouts.
The Last Supper altarpiece by Dieric Bouts is located in St. Peter's Church in Leuven, Belgium.
The Last Supper altarpiece by Dieric Bouts is located in St. Peter’s Church in Leuven, Belgium.

CZECH REPUBLIC

Brno
1930: Tugendhat House. Architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
Tugendhat Villa, by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, in Brno, Czech Repoublic.
Tugendhat House, by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, in Brno, Czech Republic.

Prague
1996: Nationale-Nederlanden Building (‘Dancing House’, ‘Fred and Ginger’). Architects: Frank Gehry and Vlado Milunic.
The Dancing House, in Prague, Czech Republic, was designed by Frank Gehry and Vlado Mincinuic.
The Dancing House, in Prague, Czech Republic, was designed by Frank Gehry and Vlado Milunic.

National Gallery (Narodni Galerie)
1420: The Bohemian Madonna. Artist: Unknown Bohemian Master. In Convent of St. Agnes.
1890: Myself, Portrait-Landscape. Artist: Henri Rousseau.
1892: At the Moulin Rouge: Two Women Waltzing. Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
1917: Sitting Woman with Legs Drawn Up (Seated Woman with Bent Knee). Artist: Egon Schiele.

DENMARK

Aarhus
ARoS Aarhus Art Museum
2011: Your Rainbow Panorama. Artist: Olafur Eliasson.
Your Rainbow Panorama, in Aarhus, Denmark, by Olafur Eliasson.
Your Rainbow Panorama, in Aarhus, Denmark, by Olafur Eliasson.

Bagsværd
1968–1976: Bagsværd Church. Architect: Jørn Utzon.
Bagsværd Church, in Bagsvaerd, Denmark, by Jørn Utzon.
Bagsværd Church, in Bagsvaerd, Denmark, by Jørn Utzon.

Copenhagen
1985–1987: Paustian Furniture Store. Architect: Jørn Utzon.
1996-2003: Danish Jewish Museum. Architect: Daniel Libeskind.
The interior of the Daniel Libeskind-designed Danish Jewish Museum, in Copenhagen, Denmark,
The entrance of the Daniel Libeskind-designed Danish Jewish Museum, in Copenhagen, Denmark.

National Museum of Denmark
c. 150-1 BCE: Gundestrup Cauldron (Celtic/Thracian). Artist: Unknown.

Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
1880-1881: The Thinker (bronze, 1904). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1889: The Burghers of Calais (bronze cast, 1903). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1889: The Kiss (marble cast, 1903). Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Statens Museum for Kunst (National Gallery of Denmark)
1905: Portrait of Madame Matisse (The Green Stripe). Artist: Henri Matisse.

Fredensborg
1959–1963: Fredensborg Houses. Architect: Jørn Utzon.
The Fredensborg Houses, by Jorn Utzon, in Fredensborg, Denmark.
The Fredensborg Houses, by Jørn Utzon, in Fredensborg, Denmark.

Helsingør
1956–1960: Kingo Houses. Architect: Jørn Utzon.

FINLAND

Helsinki
1952-1958: House of Culture. Architect: Alvar Aalto.
1962-1971: Finlandia Hall. Architect: Alvar Aalto.
Finlandia Hall, in Helsinki, Finland, was designed by Alvar Aalto.
Finlandia Hall, in Helsinki, Finland, was designed by Alvar Aalto.

Noormarkku
1937-1939: Villa Mairea. Architect: Alvar Aalto.

Paimio
1928-1932: Paimio Sanatorium. Architect: Alvar Aalto.
Paimio Sanatorium, by Alvar Aalto, is located in Paimio, Finland.
Paimio Sanatorium, by Alvar Aalto, is located in Paimio, Finland.

Säynätsalo
1949-1952: Säynätsalo Town Hall (multiple buildings). Architect: Alvar Aalto.

Seinjoki
1960-1968: Aalto Center (six buildings). Architect: Alvar Aalto.
A view of Aalto Center in Seinajoki, Finland, designed by Alvar Aalto.
A view of Aalto Center in Seinajoki, Finland, designed by Alvar Aalto.

Turku
1928-1930: Turun Sanomat Newspaper Offices. Architect: Alvar Aalto.

FRANCE

Albi
Musée Toulouse-Lautrec
1894: In the Salon of the Rue des Moulins. Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.

Amiens
Amiens Cathedral
1220-1240:  Relief Sculptures. Artist: Unknown.
The Last Judgment relief sculptures, Amiens Cathedral, Amiens, France.
Relief sculptures depicting The Last Judgment, Amiens Cathedral, Amiens, France.

Angers
Musée de la Tapisserie, Château d’Angers
1377-1382: Apocalypse Tapestry. Artists: Jean Bondol (Hennequin of Bruges), Nicolas Bataille, & Robert Poinçon.

Ardèche
Chauvet Cave
30,000-28,000 BCE: Cave Paintings. Artists: Unknown.
Lions, Chauvet Cave.
Paintings of lions in Chauvet Cave.

Ariège
Le Tuc d’Audoubert Cave
c. 15,000-10,000 BCE: Bison Reliefs. Artist: Unknown.

Bayeux
Centre Guillaume le Conquerant
c. 1075: Bayeux Tapestry. Artist: Unknown.

Beaune
Hospices de Beaune
1450: The Last Judgment Altarpiece (Beaune Altarpiece). Artist: Rogier van der Weyden.

Bordeaux
1998: Maison à Bordeaux (House in Bordeaux). Architect: Rem Koolhaas.
Maison à Bordeaux, by Rem Koolhaas, in Bordeaux, France.
Maison à Bordeaux, by Rem Koolhaas, in Bordeaux, France.

Musée d’Aquitaine
c. 23,000 BCE: Venus of Laussel. Artist: Unknown.

Cabarets
Pech-Merle Caves
c. 25,000 BCE: Cave Paintings, Pech-Merle. Artists: Unknown.

Caen
Musée des Beaux-Arts
1552-1553: The Temptation of St. Anthony. Artist: Paolo Veronese.

Calais
1889: The Burghers of Calais (bronze cast, 1895). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
The Burghers of Calais, by Auguste Rodin, in Calais, France.
The Burghers of Calais, by Auguste Rodin, in Calais, France.

Chambord
1519-1547: Château de Chambord. Architects: Domenico da Cortona (attrib.); Philibert Delorme (attrib.).
Château de Chambord, in Chambord, France.
Château de Chambord, in Chambord, France.

Chantilly
Musée Condé
1411-1416: Les Très Riches Heurs du Duc de Berry. Artists: Herman, Paul, and Johan Limbourg.
1857: Le Concert Champêtre. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot.

Chartres
c. 1145-1260: Chartres Cathedral (Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres). Architect: Unknown. Additional work: 15th Century, 16th Century, 18th Century, 19th Century.
An aerial view of Chartres Cathedral in Chartres, France.
An aerial view of Chartres Cathedral in Chartres, France.

Chartres Cathedral
c. 1145-1220: Relief Sculptures. Artist: Unknown.
c. 1145-1235: Stained Glass Windows. Artist: Unknown.

Colmar
Unterlinden Museum
1515: The Isenheim Altarpiece. Artist: Matthias Grünewald.

Dijon
Hospital de la Chartreuse
1395-1405: The Well of Moses. Artist: Claus Sluter.
The Well of Moses, by Claus Sluter, in Dijon, France.
The Well of Moses, by Claus Sluter, at the Hospital de la Chartreuse in Dijon, France.

Musée des Beaux-Arts
c. 1393-1399: Altar of Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. Artist: Melchior Broederlam.
1395-1410: Mourners, Tomb of Philip the Bold. Artists: Claus Sluter & Claus de Werve.

Épernay
Bibliothèque Municipale
c. 816-835 CE: Ebbo Gospels. Artist: Unknown.

Eveux-sur-Arbresle
1957-1960: Convent of La Tourette (Sainte Marie del La Tourette). Architect: Le Corbusier.
 The Convent of La Tourette, by Le Corbusier, in Eveux-sur-Arbresle, France.
The Convent of La Tourette, by Le Corbusier, in Eveux-sur-Arbresle, France.

Firminy
1971-2006: Saint-Pierre. Architects: Le Corbusier & José Oubrerie. Hiatus from 1975-2003.
Saint-Pierre, by Le Corbusier and José Oubrerie, in Firminy, France.
Saint-Pierre, by Le Corbusier and José Oubrerie, in Firminy, France.

Fontainebleau
c. 1500-1599: Château de Fontainebleau (Palace of Fontainebleau). Architects: Gilles le Breton; Sebastiano Serlio; Leonardo da Vinci; Rosso Fiorentino; Philibert Delorme; Jean Bullant.
Château de Fontainebleau, in Fontainebleau, France.
Château de Fontainebleau, in Fontainebleau, France.

Grenoble
Musée de Grenoble
1912-1914: The Window. Artist: Robert Delaunay

Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil
National Museum of Prehistory
c. 18,000-10,000 BCE: Bison Licking Insect Bite (Bison with Turned Head). Artist: Unknown.

Lille
Palais des Beaux-Arts
1781: Belisarius Begging for Alms. Artist: Jacques-Louis David.

Lyon
1993: Lyon Opera House (Opéra Nouvel). Architect: Jean Nouvel.
The Lyon Opera House, by Jean Nouvel, in Lyon, France.
The Lyon Opera House, designed by Jean Nouvel, in Lyon, France.

Musée des Beaux-Arts
c. 518-465 BCE: Relief Sculptures, Persepolis (Persian). Artists: Unknown.
1822: The Insane Woman. Artist: Théodore Gericault.

Marseilles
1946-1952: Unité d’Habitation. Architect: Le Corbusier.
Unité d'Habitation, by Le Corbusier, in Marseilles, France.
Unité d’Habitation, by Le Corbusier, in Marseilles, France.

Meudon
Rodin’s tomb
1880-1881: The Thinker (bronze cast, 1916). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
The Thinker, by Auguste Rodin, at Rodin's grave in Meudon, France.
The Thinker, by Auguste Rodin, at Rodin’s grave in Meudon, France.

Musée Rodin
1880-1881: The Thinker (plaster cast, 1916). Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Millau
2001-2004: Millau Viaduct. Architects: Norman Foster & Michel Virlogeux.
Millau Viaduct in Millau, France.
Millau Viaduct, by Norman Foster and Michel Virlogeux, in Millau, France.

Moissac
St. Pierre (Moissac Abbey)
c. 1115-1130: Relief Sculptures, South Portal Tympanum. Artists: Unknown.

Montignac
Lascaux Caves 
c. 15,000-13,000 BCE: Cave Paintings. Artists: Unknown.
Cave paintings at Lascaux, France.
Cave paintings at Lascaux, France.

Montpellier
Musée Fabre
1854: The Meeting, or Bonjour, Monsieur Courbet! Artist: Gustave Courbet.

Mont St. Michel
c. 1017-1228: Mont Saint-Michel Abbey (and associated buildings). Architect: William de Volpiano (Romanesque church). Original abbey founded 708 CE; Benedictines installed 966 CE; significant building begins 1017; Romanesque church designed 1060; additional work: 1154-1186, 1204-1228, 1421-1520.
The abbey at Mont St. Michel, France.
The abbey at Mont St. Michel, France.

Nimes
1985-1987: Nemausus Housing. Architect: Jean Nouvel.
Nemausus Housing, by Jean Nouvel, in Nimes, France.
Nemausus Housing, by Jean Nouvel, in Nimes, France.

Paris
1238-1248: Sainte-Chapelle. Architects: Pierre de Montreuil; Viollet-le-Duc. Additional work: 1855.
1163-1345: Notre Dame Cathedral (Notre Dame de Paris). Architect: Bishop Maurice de Sully (attrib.).
1546: The Louvre (Musée de Louvre). Architects: Pierre Lescot & J.A. du Cerceau, Visconti & Jector Lefuel; I.M. Pei. Original structure dates to late 12th Century. Additional work: 1546; 1876; 1988.
1861-1875: Paris Opera House (Palais Garnier). Architect: Charles Garnier.
1887-1889: Eiffel Tower. Architects: Gustave Eiffel; Maurice Koechlin, Émile Nouguier; Stephen Sauvestre.
1967-1981: French Communist Party Headquarters. Architect: Oscar Niemeyer.
1987: Arab World Institute. Architect: Jean Nouvel.
1994: Fondation Cartier. Architect: Jean Nouvel.
2006: Musée du quai Branly. Architect: Jean Nouvel.
The Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.
The Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.

Musée du Louvre
c. 2350-2200 BCE: Victory Stele of Naram-Sin (Akkadian). Artist: Unknown.
c. 1792-1750 BCE: Stele of Hammurabi (Babylonian). Artist: Unknown.
c. 710-705 BCE: Human-Headed Winged Bulls (Lamassu) (Assyrian). Artists: Unknown.
c. 570-560 BCE: Kore (Hera of Samos) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown.
c. 518-465 BCE: Relief Sculptures, Persepolis (Persian). Artists: Unknown.
c. 443-438 BCE: Parthenon Frieze (Ancient Greek). Artist: Phidias (attrib.).
350-330 BCE: Aphrodite of Knidos (Kaufmann Head) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Praxiteles. Original Greek bronze is lost. Roman marble copy of head.
c. 200-190 BCE: Winged Victory of Samothrace (Nike of Samothrace) (Hellenist Greek). Artist: Unknown.
130-100 BCE: Venus de Milo (Aphrodite of Milos) (Hellenist Greek). Artist: Alexandros of Antioch. c. 500 BCE-200 CE: Seated Figures (Nok Culture). Artists: Unknown.
c. 525-550 CE: The Barberini Ivory (Byzantine). Artist: Unknown.
1434-1435: Madonna of Chancellor Rolin. Artist: Jan van Eyck.
1435-1440: The Annunciation Triptych (center panel). Artist: Rogier van der Weyden.
c. 1451: Portrait of Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta. Artist: Piero della Francesca.
c. 1450-1452: The Melun Diptych. Artist: Jean Fouquet.
c. 1455: The Battle of San Romano III: The Counterattack of Michelotto da Cotignola. Artist: Paolo Uccello.
1456-1460: The Crucifixion (from San Zeno Altarpiece) (Calvary). Artist: Andrea Mantegna.  1480: St. Sebastian. Artist: Andrea Mantegna.
1483-1486: Virgin of the Rocks (I). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci.
1490: An Old Man and His Grandson. Artist: Domenico Ghirlandaio.
1495: Madonna della Vittoria (Madonna of Victory). Artist: Andrea Mantegna.
1490-1500: Ship of Fools. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch.
c. 1502: Minerva Chases the Vices from the Garden of Virtue (Triumph of Virtue). Artist: Andrea Mantegna.
1503-1505: Mona Lisa. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci.
c. 1508-1510: The Virgin and Child with St. Anne. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci.
c. 1508-1510: The Pastoral Concert Artist: Titian.
1514-1515: Portrait of Baldassare Castiglione. Artist: Raphael.
1513-1516: The Rebellious Slave. Artist: Michelangelo.
c. 1519-1522: Man with a Glove. Artist: Titian.
c. 1525-1530: Portrait of François I King of France (Francis I): Artist: Jean Clouet.
c. 1539: Portrait of Anne of Cleves. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger.
1559-1560: Supper at Emmaus. Artist: Paolo Veronese.
1562-1563: The Wedding at Cana (Wedding Feast at Cana). Artist: Paolo Veronese.
1588: Self Portrait. Artist: Tintoretto.
1573: The Four Seasons: Winter. Artist: Giuseppe Arcimboldo.
1604-1606: Death of the Virgin. Artist: Caravaggio.
1621-1625: Disembarkation of Marie de’ Medici at Marseilles. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens.
1629: The Death of St. Bonaventure (St. Bonaventure’s Body Lying in State). Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán.
1628-1630:  Gypsy Girl. Artist: Frans Hals.
1635: The Cheat with the Ace of Diamonds. Artist: Georges de la Tour.
1635: Charles I at the Hunt. Artist: Anthony van Dyck.
1637-1638: The Rape of the Sabine Women. Artist: Nicolas Poussin.
1637-1638: The Arcadian Shepherds (Et in Arcadia Ego). Artist: Nicolas Poussin.
1640-1642: Peasant Family in an Interior. Artist(s): Louis and/or Antoine Le Nain.
1642: The Disembarkation of Cleopatra at Tarsus. Artist: Claude Lorrain.
1642: St. Joseph the Carpenter (The Young Christ with St. Joseph). Artist: Georges de la Tour.
1642: The Club-Footed Boy. Artist: Jusepe de Ribera.
1648: The Supper at Emmaus. Artist: Rembrandt.
1648: The Funeral of Phocion (Landscape with the Body of Phocion). Artist: Nicolas Poussin.
1649: Portrait of René Descartes (possibly a copy). Artist: Frans Hals.
1649: St. Sebastian Tended by St. Irene. Artist: Georges de la Tour.
1650: Self-Portrait. Artist: Nicolas Poussin.
1660-1664: The Four Seasons: I. Spring (The Earthly Paradise); II. Summer (Ruth and Boaz); III. Autumn (The Spies with the Grapes of the Promised Land); IV. Winter (The Deluge) Artist: Nicolas Poussin.
1671-1682: Milo of Croton Attacked by a Lion. Artist: Pierre Puget.
1701: Portrait of Louis XIV. Artist: Hyacinthe Rigaud.
1717: Embarkation for Cythera. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau.
1719:  Pierrot, formerly known as Gilles. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau.
1728: The Ray (The Skate) Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin.
1728: The Buffet Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin.
1732: Venus Demanding Arms from Vulcan for Aeneas. Artist: François Boucher.
1734: Rinaldo and Armida. Artist: François Boucher.
c. 1735: Boy with a Top (Child with Top). Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin.
1737: The Young Draughtsman. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin.
1739: Return from the Market. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin
1740: Saying Grace (The Prayer Before Meal; Le Bénédicité). Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin.
1742: Diana Leaving Her Bath. Artist: François Boucher.
1744: Mercury Attaching His Wings (Mecury Tying His Sandals). Artist: Jean Baptiste Pigalle.
1739-1745: The Marly Horses. Artist: Guillaume Coustou the Elder.
1745: Conversation in a Park. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.
1757: Vulcan Presenting Venus with Arms for Aeneas. Artist: François Boucher.
1760: Still Life with Jar of Olives. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin.
1769: The Silver Goblet. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin.
1775: Self-Portrait with an Eyeshade. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin.
1776: Voltaire. Artist: Jean Baptiste Pigalle.
1783: Andromache Mourning Hector. Artist: Jacques-Louis David.
1785: The Oath of the Horatii. Artist: Jacques-Louis David.
1789: The Lictors Bring to Brutus the Bodies of His Sons. Artist: Jacques-Louis David.
1787-1793: Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss (Psyche Awakened by Eros; Psyche and Cupid). Artist: Antonio Canova. (marble)
1799: The Intervention of the Sabine Women. Artist: Jacques-Louis David.
1800: Portrait of Madame Recamier. Artist: Jacques-Louis David.
1806: Portrait of Madame Rivière. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres.
1807: The Consecration of the Emperor Napoleon and the Coronation of Empress Joséphine on December 2, 1804 (The Coronation of Napoleon). Artist: Jacques-Louis David.
1808: Oedipus and the Sphinx. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres.
1808: The Valpinçon Bather. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres.
1812: The Charging Chasseur. Artist: Théodore Gericault.
1814: La Grand Odalisque. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres.
1814: Wounded Cuirassier Leaving the Field of Battle. Artist: Théodore Gericault.
1817: Riderless Races at Rome (The Race of the Riderless Horses). Artist: Théodore Gericault.
1819: The White Horse. Artist: John Constable.
1819: The Raft of the Medusa. Artist: Théodore Gericault.
1821: The 1821 Derby of Epsom (The Epsom Derby). Artist: Théodore Gericault.
1823-1824: Orphan Girl at the Cemetery (Girl Seated in a Cemetery). Artist: Eugène Delacroix.
1824: The Massacre at Chios. Artist: Eugène Delacroix.
1826: The Bridge at Narni. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot.
1827: The Apotheosis of Homer. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres.
1827: The Death of Sardanapalus. Artist: Eugène Delacroix.
1830: Liberty Leading the People. Artist: Eugène Delacroix.
1832: Portrait of Louis-François Bertin. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres.
1834: Women of Algiers in their Apartment. Artist: Eugène Delacroix.
1835: Venise, La Piazetta. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot.
1840: The Entry of the Crusaders into Constantinople. Artist: Eugène Delacroix.
1862: The Turkish Bath. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres.
1864: Souvenir de Mortefontaine. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot.
1868-1870: Woman with a Pearl. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot.
1874-1876: The Apparition. Artist: Gustave Moreau.
c. 1890-1905: Fang Ngil Mask (Cameroon). Artists: Unknown.
2010: Ceiling, Salle des Bronzes. Artist: Cy Twombly.
The Louvre Museum in Paris, France.
The Louvre Museum in Paris, France.

Musée d’Orsay
c. 1850: Morning, the Dance of the Nymphs. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot.
1849-1851: A Burial at Ornans. Artist: Gustave Courbet.
1844-1854: The Wounded Man. Artist: Gustave Courbet.
1855: The Painter’s Studio: A Real Allegory. Artist: Gustave Courbet.
1857: The Gleaners. Artist: Jean-François Millet.
1859-1860: The Bellilli Family. Artist: Edgar Degas.
1863: Le Dejeuner sur l’Herbe (Luncheon on the Grass). Artist: Édouard Manet. 1863: Olympia. Artist: Édouard Manet.
1865: Orpheus (Thracian Girl Carrying the Head of Orpheus). Artist: Gustave Moreau.
1866: The Origin of the World. Artist: Gustave Courbet.
1866-1867: Women in the Garden. Artist: Claude Monet.
1868: The Balcony. Artist: Édouard Manet.
1865-1869: The Dance (La Danse). Artist: Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux.
1869-1870: A Modern Olympia. Artist: Paul Cézanne.
1871: Arrangement in Grey and Black: Portrait of the Painter’s Mother (‘Whistler’s Mother’). Artist: James McNeill Whistler.
1872: Entrance to the Village of Voisins. Artist: Camille Pissarro.
1872: Le Foyer de la Danse (Dance Class at the Opera House). Artist: Edgar Degas.
1872: The Cradle. Artist: Berthe Morisot.
1873: Self-Portrait. Artist: Camille Pissarro.
1873: Hoar Frost (The Old Road to Ennery). Artist: Camille Pissarro.
1873: Wild Poppies Near Argenteuil (Poppy Field Near Argenteuil). Artist: Claude Monet.
1874: The Dance Class. Artist: Edgar Degas.
1874: Chasing Butterflies (The Butterfly Hunt). Artist: Berthe Morisot.
1875-1876: L’Absinthe (In a Cafe). Artist: Edgar Degas.
1876: Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette. Artist: Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
1877: Red Roofs, Pontoise. Artist: Camille Pissarro.
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1877-1878: Prima Ballerina (The Star – Dancer on the Stage). Artist: Edgar Degas.
1880-1882: Young Woman Sewing in a Garden (Girl in the Garden). Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1883: Dance in the Country. Artist: Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
1886: The Tub. Artist: Edgar Degas.
1889: Self-Portrait. Artist: Vincent van Gogh.
1891: The Circus. Artist: Georges Seurat.
1892-1894: Rouen Cathedral, Full Sunlight. Artist: Claude Monet.
1894-1895: The Card Players: Artist: Paul Cézanne.
1896: La Toilette. Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
1898: Boy Kneeling at the Spring. Artist: George Minne.
1899: Water Lily Pond (Green Harmony). Artist Claude Monet.
1904-1905: Luxe, Calme, et Volupte. Artist: Henri Matisse.
1907: The Snake Charmer. Artist: Henri Rousseau.
1917: The Gates of Hell (plaster original). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
An interior view of the Musée d'Orsay in Paris.
An interior view of the Musée d’Orsay in Paris.

Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou
1909-1910: Sleeping Muse I (bronze cast, 1910; marble cast, 1912). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
1910-1912: The Wedding. Artist: Fernand Léger.
1913: Woman with a Guitar. Artist: Georges Braque.
1912-1914: A Window. Artist: Robert Delaunay.
1915: The Breakfast Table (Breakfast). Artist: Juan Gris.
1916: Princess X (bronze cast). Artist: Constantin Brancusi.
1917: Fountain (artist’s proof, 1964). Artist: Marcel Duchamp.
1919: L.H.O.O.Q. Artist: Marcel Duchamp. On loan from Private Collection.
1919-1920: Monument to the Third International (replica). Artist/Architect: Vladimir Tatlin
1923: On White II. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky.
1925: Yellow, Red, Blue. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky.
1926: Portrait of the Journalist Sylvia von Harden. Artist: Otto Dix.
1930-1931: The Back (IV) (bronze cast). Artist: Henri Matisse.
1936: Composition IX. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky.
1942: New York City I. Artist: Piet Mondrian.
1952: Blue Nude II. Artist: Henri Matisse.
1953: The Deep. Artist: Jackson Pollock.
1952-1953: L’Atelier IX (formerly VII). Artist: Georges Braque.
1955: Portrait of Jean Genet. Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1961: Triptych: Blue I, II, III. Artist: Joan Miró.
1966: Homogenous Infiltration for Piano. Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1997: Cuentos Patrioticos (video). Artists: Francis Alÿs with Rafael Ortega.
2001: 100 years ago (series). Artist: Peter Doig.
2001: Lying with the Wolf (drawing). Artist: Kiki Smith.
Musée National d'Art Moderne is housed in the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, which was designed by
Musée National d’Art Moderne is housed in the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, which was designed by Richard Rogers, Renzo Piano and Gianfranco Franchini.

Musée Marmottan Monet
1872-1873: Impression, Sunrise. Artist: Claude Monet.
1875: Eugene Manet on the Isle of Wight. Artist: Berthe Morisot.
1893: Julie Manet and her Greyhound Laertes. Artist: Berthe Morisot.

Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
1936: Nude in the Bath. Artist: Pierre Bonnard.

Musée du Quai Branly
c. 500 BCE-200 CE: Seated Figures (Nok Culture). Artists: Unknown.

Musée Cernuschi
c. 1150-1050 BCE: You Vessel in the Shape of a Feline (La Tigresse) (Shang Dynasty). Artist: Unknown.

Guimet Museum
c. 1185-1215: Head of Jayavarman VII (Khmer). Artist: Unknown.

Comédie-Française
1781: Portrait of Voltaire, Seated. Artist: Jean-Antoine Houdon.
Voltaire, Seated, by Jean-Pierre Houdon, in the Comédie-Française, Paris, France.
Portrait of Voltaire, Seated, by Jean-Pierre Houdon, in the Comédie-Française, Paris, France.

Musée de l’Armée, Hôtel des Invalides
1806: Napoleon I on his Imperial Throne. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres.

Musée Rodin
1880-1881: The Thinker (bronze cast, 1904). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1888-1889: The Kiss (marble cast). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1889: The Burghers of Calais (bronze cast, 1926). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1917: The Gates of Hell (bronze cast, 1926-1928). Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Musée de l’Orangerie
1915: Portrait of Paul Guillaume, Novo Pilota. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani.
1918-1926: The Water Lilies: Morning. Artist: Claude Monet.
1918-1926: The Water Lilies: Clouds. Artist: Claude Monet.
1918-1926: The Water Lilies: Green Reflections. Artist: Claude Monet.
1918-1926: The Water Lilies: Setting Sun. Artist: Claude Monet.
1918-1926: The Water Lilies: Tree Reflections. Artist: Claude Monet.
1918-1926: The Water Lilies: Clear Morning with Willows. Artist: Claude Monet.
1918-1926: The Water Lilies: Morning with Willows. Artist: Claude Monet.
1918-1926: The Water Lilies: The Two Willows. Artist: Claude Monet.

Dina Vierny Foundation— Maillol Museum
1917: Fountain (1964). Artist: Marcel Duchamp.

Musée du Petit Palais
1874: In a Park (On the Grass; On the Lawn). Artist: Berthe Morisot.

Musée National Gustave Moreau
1874-1876: The Apparition. Artist: Gustave Moreau.

Bibliothèque Nationale
c. 950-960 CE: The Paris Psalter (illustrated book). Artist: Unknown.
c. 1647-1649: The Hundred Guilder Print (Christ Preaching). Artist: Rembrandt.
1834: Rue Transnonain, le 15 de Avril 1834. Artist: Honoré Daumier.

Galerie Schmit
1908: The Jewess. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani.

Galeria Alexandre lolas
1953: The Dominion of Light. Artist: René Magritte.

UNESCO
1957-1958: Reclining Figure. Artist: Henry Moore.
1958: La Spirale. Artist: Alexander Calder.
Reclining Figure, by Henry Moore, at UNESCO, Paris, France.
Reclining Figure, by Henry Moore, at UNESCO, Paris, France.

Montparnasse Cemetery
1909: The Kiss. Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
The Kiss, by Constantin Brâncusi, in Montparnasse Cemetery, Paris, France.
The Kiss, by Constantin Brâncusi, in Montparnasse Cemetery, Paris, France.

Fondation Louis Vuitton
1982-2009: Mann im Matsch (Man in Mud) (series). Artist: Thomas Schütte.

Arc de Triomphe
1833-1836: La Marseillaise (The Departure of the Volunteers of 1792). Artist: François Rude.

Pau
Musee des Beaux-Arts
1873: Portrait in a New Orleans Cotton Exchange. Artist: Edgar Degas.

Poissy
1928-1931: Villa Savoye. Architects: Le Corbusier & Pierre Jeanneret.
Villa Savoye, designed by Le Corbusier & Pierre Jeanneret, in Poissy, France.
Villa Savoye, designed by Le Corbusier & Pierre Jeanneret, in Poissy, France.

Reims
Reims Cathedral
c. 1211-1305: Relief Sculptures. Artists: Unknown.
Relief sculptures at Reims Cathedral, Reims, France.
Relief sculptures at Reims Cathedral, Reims, France.

Rennes
Musée des Beaux-Arts
c. 1645-1648: The Newborn (The Newborn Christ). Artist: Georges de la Tour.

Ronchamp
1953-1955: Notre Dame du Haut. Architect: Le Corbusier.
Notre Dame du Haut, by Le Corbusier, in Ronchamp, France.
Notre Dame du Haut, by Le Corbusier, in Ronchamp, France.

Rueil-Malmaison
Château de Malmaison
1801: Napoleon Crossing the Alps (Napoleon at the Saint-Bernard Pass). Artist: Jacques-Louis David.

Saint-Germain-en-Laye
Musée d’Archéologie Nationale
c. 24,000-22,000 BCE: Venus of Brassempouy. Artist: Unknown.

Musée Municipal
1502: The Conjurer. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch (and his workshop).

Saint-Paul–de-Vence
Fondation Maeght
1950-1951: L’Atelier: VI. Artist: Georges Braque.
1960-1961: Walking Man I. Artist: Alberto Giacometti.

Strasbourg
Strasbourg Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
1880-1881: The Thinker (plaster cast, 1907). Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Versailles
1664-1668: Palace of Versailles (Château de Versailles). Architects: Louis Le Vau; Jules Hardouin-Mansart; Robert de Cotte. Additional work: 1669-1672; 1678-1684; 1699-1710; 1722; 1738-1741.
The Palace of Versailles, in Versailles, France.
The Palace of Versailles, in Versailles, France.

Palace of Versailles
1570-1572: Feast in the House of Simon. Artist: Paolo Veronese.
1790-1794: The Tennis Court Oath. Artist: Jacques-Louis David.
1802: Napoleon Crossing the Alps (Napoleon at the Saint-Bernard Pass). Artist: Jacques-Louis David.
1805: Napoleon Crossing the Alps (Napoleon at the Saint-Bernard Pass). Artist: Jacques-Louis David.

Vézelay
Vézelay Abbey
c. 1120-1132: Mission of the Apostles Tympanum. Artist: Unknown.

GERMANY

Aachen
792-814 CE: Aachen Cathedral, including Palatine Chapel (Imperial Cathedral). Architect: Unknown. Additional work: 983 CE; 14th–15th centuries; 1881.
Aachen Cathedral, in Aachen, Germany.
Aachen Cathedral, in Aachen, Germany.

Aachen Cathedral
c. 800-820 CE: The Aachen Gospels (Carolingian). Artist: Unknown.

Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst
1979: Pow Wow. Artist: Roy Lichtenstein.

Alfeld an der Leine
1911-1913: Fagus Factory. Architects: Walter Gropius & Adolf Meyer. Additional work: 1925.
Fagus Factory, by Walter Gropius and Adoph Meyer, in An der Leine, Germany.
Fagus Factory, by Walter Gropius and Adoph Meyer, in Alfeld an der Leine, Germany.

Baden-Baden
Museum Frieder Burda
1966: The Shepherd (from the Heroes series). Artist: Georg Baselitz.
1982: Kerze (Candle). Artist: Gerhard Richter.

Bad Staffelstein
1743-1772: Basilika Vierzehnheiligen (Basilica of the Fourteen Holy Helpers). Architect: Balthasar Neumann.
An interior view of the Basilika Vierzehnheiligen, by Balthasar Neumann, in Bad Staffelstein, Germany.
An interior view of the Basilika Vierzehnheiligen, by Balthasar Neumann, in Bad Staffelstein, Germany.

Berlin
1908-1910: AEG Turbine Factory. Architect: Peter Behrens.
1962-1968. Neue Nationalgalerie (New National Gallery). Architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
1986: Berlin Wall Mural. Artist: Keith Haring. Temporary street art.
1992-1999: Jewish Museum Berlin (new wing). Architect: Daniel Libeskind.
1992-1999: Reichstag (renovation). Architect: Norman Foster.
2003: Netherlands Embassy. Architect: Rem Koolhaas.
An interior view of the renovated Reichstag, by Norman Foster, in Berlin, Germany.
An interior view of the renovated Reichstag, by Norman Foster, in Berlin, Germany.

Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen
1477-1478: Virgin and Child with Eight Angels (Madonna and Child with Eight Angels; Raczynski Tondo). Artist: Sandro Botticelli.
c. 1485-1490: John the Baptist in the Wilderness. Artist: Geertgen tot Sint Jans.
1559: Netherlandish Proverbs (The Blue Cloak). Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
1633-1635: Malle Babbe. Artist: Frans Hals.

Staatliche Museen
1797-1799: Los Caprichos (prints). Artist: Francisco Goya.

Alte Nationalgalerie
1808-1810: The Abbey in the Oakwood. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.
1810-1811: Morning in the Riesengebirge. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.
1822: Moonrise over the Sea. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.
1830-1835: Man and Woman Contemplating the Moon. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.
1830-1835: The Giant Mountains (The Riesengebirge). Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1883: The Isle of the Dead. Artist: Arnold Böcklin.

Neue Nationalgalerie
1920: Card-Playing War Invalids (formerly The Skat Players). Artist: Otto Dix.
1926: Pillars of Society. Artist: George Grosz.
1935: The Two Sisters. Artist: Fernand Léger.
1965: The Shepherd (from the Heroes series). Artist: Georg Baselitz.
The Neue Nationalgalerie, by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, in Berlin, Germany.
The Neue Nationalgalerie, by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, in Berlin, Germany.

Staatliche Museen Preussischer Kulturbesitz
c. 1733: Woman Sealing a Letter. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin.

Johnen Galerie
1991: The Girl with the Knife in Her Hand. Artist: Yoshitomo Nara.

Ethnological Museum
c. 1875-1920: Nkisi Nkondi Nail Figure. Artist: Unknown.

Egyptian Museum
c. 1345 BCE: Bust of Queen Nefertiti (Egyptian). Artist: Thutmose (attrib.).

Pergamon Museum
c. 575 BCE: Ishtar Gate (Babylonian). Artist: Unknown.
c. 180 BCE: Pergamon Altar Frieze (Hellenist Greek). Artist: Unknown.
The Pergamon Altar is now located at the Pergamon Museum in Berlin, Germany.
The Pergamon Altar is now located at the Pergamon Museum in Berlin, Germany.

Charlottenburg Palace 
1720-1721: L’Enseigne de Gersaint. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau.
1721: Pilgrimage to Cythera. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau.
1801: Napoleon Crossing the Alps (Napoleon at the Saint-Bernard Pass) Artist: Jacques-Louis David.
1815: The Cross Beside the Baltic. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.

Sans-Souci Castle
1744: Mercury Attaching His Wings (Mercury Tying His Sandals). Artist: Jean Baptiste Pigalle.
Mercury Tying His Sandals, by Jean-Baptiste Pigalle, at Sans-Souci Castle near Berlin, Germany.
Mercury Tying His Sandals, by Jean-Baptiste Pigalle, at Sans-Souci Castle near Berlin, Germany.

Bruchsal
1728–1750: Schloss Bruchsal (Bruchsal Palace). Architect: Balthasar Neumann.
Bruchsal Palace, by Balthasar Neumann, is located in Bruchsal, Germany.
Bruchsal Palace, by Balthasar Neumann, is located in Bruchsal, Germany.

Cologne
1248-1473: Cologne Cathedral. Architect: Unknown. Additional work: 1842-1880, 1945-1956.
1914: Model Factory, Werkbund Exhibition. Architects: Walter Gropius & Adolf Meyer. Dismantled after start of World War I.
The facade of Cologne Cathedral, in Cologne, Germany.
The facade of Cologne Cathedral, in Cologne, Germany.

Cologne Cathedral
c. 960-970 CE: Gero Crucifix. Artist: Unknown.
2007: Stained Glass Window. Artist: Gerhard Richter.

Museum Ludwig
1913: Five Women on the Street. Artist: Ernst Ludwig Kirchner.
1921: Tableau I. Artist: Piet Mondrian.
1960: Painted Bronze (Ale Cans). Artist: Jasper Johns.
1962: Takka Takka. Artist: Roy Lichtenstein.
1962-1963: The Big Night Down The Drain (Die große Nacht im Eimer). Artist: Georg Baselitz.
1969-1970: The Wood on its Head. Artist: Georg Baselitz.
1980: Model for a Sculpture. Artist: Georg Baselitz.
1998–2006: Frau No. 13 (from Frauen). Artist: Thomas Schütte.

Wallraf-Richartz Museum
c. 1440-1442: Madonna of the Rose Bower. Artist: Stefan Lochner.

Galerie Gisela Capitain
1988: Untitled (self-portrait in white underwear, with blue head). Artist: Martin Kippenberger.
1988: Street Lamp for Drunks. Artist: Martin Kippenberger.
1994: The Happy End of Franz Kafka’s ‘Amerika’ (installation). Artist: Martin Kippenberger.

Creglinge
Church of Our Lord
1505-1508: Hergottskirche Altarpiece (St. Mary Altar; Creglingen Altarpiece). Artist: Tilman Riemenschneider.
The Herrgottskirche Altarpiece, by Tilman Riemenschneider, in Creglinge, Germany.
The Herrgottskirche Altarpiece, by Tilman Riemenschneider, in Creglinge, Germany.

Darmstadt
Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt
1970: Grau (Grey). Artist: Gerhard Richter.

Dessau
1919-1926: Bauhaus Dessau. Architect: Walter Gropius.
Bauhaus Dessau, by Walter Gropius, in Dessau, Germany.
Bauhaus Dessau, by Walter Gropius, in Dessau, Germany.

Dortmund
Museum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte
1811: Winter Landscape. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.

Dresden
German Hygiene Museum
1956: Lebensfreude (Joy of life). Artist: Gerhard Richter. Mural painted over.

Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister
c. 1476-1479: Martyrdom of St. Sebastian. Artist: Antonello da Messina.
c. 1510: Sleeping Venus. Artist: Giorgione (completed by Titian).
1512-1514: The Sistine Madonna. Artist: Raphael.
1555-1556: The Rescue of Arsinoe (The Deliverance of Arsenoe). Artist: Tintoretto.
1571: Madonna of the Cuccina Family (The Adoration of the Virgin by the Cuccina Family). Artist: Paolo Veronese.
1656: The Procuress Artist: Johannes Vermeer.
1655-1660: The Jewish Cemetery. Artist: Jacob van Ruisdael.
1807: The Cross in the Mountains (Tetschen Altar). Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.
1819-1820: Two Men Contemplating the Moon. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.

Staatliche Kunstsammlungen
1880-1881: The Thinker (cast 1904). Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Düsseldorf
Museum Kunst Palast
1812: The Cross on the Mountain. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.

Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen
1939: Composition X. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky.
1949: L’Atelier: II. Artist: Georges Braque.

Frankfurt
1991-1997: Commerzbank Headquarters. Architect: Norman Foster.
Commerzbank Headquarters, designed by Norman Foster, in Frankfurt, Germany.
Commerzbank Headquarters, designed by Norman Foster, in Frankfurt, Germany.

Städel Museum
c. 1476-1482: Ecce Homo. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch.
1635-1638: The Bitter Draught (The Bitter Tonic). Artist: Adriaen Brouwer.
1668-1669: The Geographer. Artist: Johannes Vermeer.

Museum für Kommunikation
1936: Lobster Telephone (black version). Artist: Salvador Dalí.

Hamburg
Altona City Hall
1987: Black Form – Dedicated to the Missing Jews. Artist: Sol LeWitt.
Black Form, by Sol Lewitt, at Altona City Hall in Hamburg, Germany.
Black Form, by Sol Lewitt, at Altona City Hall in Hamburg, Germany.

Hamburger Kunsthalle
1805–1806: The Hülsenbeck Children. Artist: Philipp Otto Runge.
1818: Wanderer above the Sea of Fog (The Wanderer above the Mists). Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.
1823-1824: The Sea of Ice (The Wreck of Hope). Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.
1835-1836: Seashore by Moonlight. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.
1878-1882: Three Women in Church. Artist: Wilhelm Leibl.
1895: Madonna. Artist: Edvard Munch.
1910: Self-Portrait with a Model. Artist: Ernst Ludwig Kirchner.
1912: Legend: St. Mary of Egypt – In the Port of Alexandria (St. Mary of Egypt Among Sinners). Artist: Emil Nolde.
1912-1914: Simultaneous Windows on the City. Artist: Robert Delaunay.
1925: The Golden Fish. Artist: Paul Klee.
1937: Revolution of the Viaducts. Artist: Paul Klee.

Hanover
Sprengel Museum
1911: The Street Enters the House (The Noise of the Street). Artist: Umberto Boccioni.
1918: Flower Myth. Artist: Paul Klee.

Hesse
Museumslandschaft Hessen Kassel
1656: Jacob Blessing the Children of Joseph. Artist: Rembrandt.

Karlsruhe
Staatliche Kunsthalle
1523-1525: The Large Crucifixion (from the Tauberbischofsheim Altarpiece). Artist: Matthias Grünewald.

Kassel
1982-1987: 7,000 Oaks – City Forestation Instead of City Administration. Artist: Joseph Beuys.
One of the 7,000 oaks planted by Joseph Beuys in Kassel, Germany as part of his performance piece, along with a basalt marker.
One of the 7,000 oaks planted by Joseph Beuys in Kassel, Germany as part of his performance piece, along with a basalt marker.

Staaliche Museen Kassel, Neue Galerie
1969: The Pack. Artist: Joseph Beuys.

Leipzig
2005: BMW Central Building. Architect: Zaha Hadid.
The BMW Central Building in XXX, Germany was designed by Zaha Hadid.
The BMW Central Building in Leipzig, Germany was designed by Zaha Hadid.

Leipziger Messe
1993: Rose. Artist: Isa Genzken.
Rose, by Isa Genzken, in Leipzig, Germany.
Rose, by Isa Genzken, in Leipzig, Germany.

Museum der bildenden Künste
1826: Graveyard under the Snow. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.
1886: The Isle of the Dead. Artist: Arnold Böcklin.

Munich
Alte Pinakothek
c. 1460: St. Columba Altarpiece (The Adoration of the Magi). Artist: Rogier van der Weyden.
1484: Altarpiece of the Church Fathers. Artist: Michael Pacher.
1500: Self-Portrait at Age Twenty-Eight. Artist: Albrecht Dürer.
c. 1500: Paumgartner Altarpiece. Artist: Albrecht Dürer.
c. 1503: The Mocking of Christ. Artist: Matthias Grünewald.
c. 1523: The Meeting of Sts. Erasmus and Maurice (The Disputation of Sts. Erasmus and Maurice). Artist: Matthias Grünewald.
1526: The Four Apostles. Artist: Albrecht Dürer.
1529: The Battle of Alexander at Issus (Alexander’s Victory). Artist: Albrecht Altdorfer.
1550-1555: Venus, Vulcan and Mars (Venus and Mars Surprised by Vulcan). Artist: Tintoretto.
1609: The Honeysuckle Bower. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens.
1609: The Flight into Egypt. Artist: Adam Elsheimer.
c. 1617: Rape of the Daughters of Leucippus. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens.
1615-1618: The Battle of the Amazons. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens.
1658-1660: St. Francis in Meditation. Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán.
1674: A Seaport at Sunrise. Artist: Claude Lorrain.
1738-1740: The Kitchen Maid (Woman Cleaning Turnips). Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin.
1752: Nude Lying on a Sofa (Girl Reclining; Louise O’Murphy). Artist: François Boucher.
1756: Portrait of Madame Pompadour. Artist: François Boucher.

Neue Pinakothek
1847: Living Room with the Artist’s Sister. Artist: Adolph Menzel.
1868: Luncheon in the Studio. Artist: Édouard Manet.
1888: Sunflowers. Artist: Vincent van Gogh.
1909: Nude on a Sofa. Artist: Erich Heckel.
1912: Agony. Artist: Egon Schiele.

Pinakothek der Moderne
1966: A New Type (from the Heroes series). Artist: Georg Baselitz.

Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen
c. 1550-1593: The Four Seasons: Winter. Artist: Giuseppe Arcimboldo.
1952-1953: Draped Reclining Figure (bronze cast). Artist: Henry Moore.

Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus
1910: Church in Murnau. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky.
1912: Tiger. Artist: Franz Marc.

Museum Brandhorst
2005: Untitled (Bacchus VIII). Artist: Cy Twombly.

Glyptothek
c. 490-480 BCE: Fallen Warrior, Temple of Aphaia. Artist: Unknown.
c. 220 BCE: The Barberini Faun (Drunken Satyr). Artist: Unknown.

Bayerische Staatsbibliothek
c. 997-1000 CE: Gospel Book of Otto III (illustrated book). Artists: Workshop of Liuthar.

Neresheim
1747–1792: Neresheim Abbey (Abbey of Sts. Ulrich and Afra). Architect: Balthasar Neumann.
Neresheim Abbey, by Balthasar Neumann, is located in Neresheim, Germany.
Neresheim Abbey, by Balthasar Neumann, is located in Neresheim, Germany.

Oldenburg
1982-2009: Mann im Matsch (Man in Mud). Artist: Thomas Schütte.
Mann im Matsch (Man in Mud), by Thomas Schütte, in Oldenburg, Germany.
Mann im Matsch (Man in Mud), by Thomas Schütte, in Oldenburg, Germany.

Osnabrück
1995-1999: Felix Nussbaum Haus. Architect: Daniel Libeskind.Felix Nussbaum Haus, which was designed by Daniel Libeskind is located in Osnabrück, Germany.
Felix Nussbaum Haus, which was designed by Daniel Libeskind is located in Osnabrück, Germany.

Pommersfelden
Schönborn Collection
1610: Susanna and the Elders. Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi.

Potsdam
1919-1924: Einstein Tower. Architect: Erich Mendelsohn.The Einstein Tower, in Potsdam, Germany, was designed by Erich Mendelsohn.
The Einstein Tower, in Potsdam, Germany, was designed by Erich Mendelsohn.

Rothenburg ob der Tauber
St. Jakob Church
1499-1505: Altar of the Holy Blood (Holy Blood Altarpiece). Artist: Tilman Riemenschneider.

Schwäbisch Hall
Johanniterkirche
1526-1528: Madonna of Jakob Meyer zum Hasen (Darmstadt Madonna). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger.

Schwangau
1869-1882: Neuschwanstein Castle. Architect: Eduard Reidel.Neuschwanstein Castle, designed by Irving Reidl, is located in Opferburg, Germany.
Neuschwanstein Castle, designed by Eduard Reidl, is located in Schwangau, Germany.

Schwerin
Staatliches Museum
1811: Winter Landscape. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.

Stuttgart
Staatsgalerie
1952-1953: Draped Reclining Figure (bronze cast). Artist: Henry Moore.

Collection Froehlich
1968: Moderne Kunst (Modern Art). Artist: Sigmar Polke.
1990: Karla (from Women of Dresden). Artist: Georg Baselitz.

Trier
1734-1757: Interior, St. Paulinus’ Church. Architect: Balthasar Neumann.The interior of St. Paulinus Church in ___, Germany was designed by Balthasar Neumann.
The interior of St. Paulinus Church in Trier, Germany was designed by Balthasar Neumann.

Ulm
Ulmer Museum
c. 38,000 BCE: Lion Man of Hohlenstein-Stadel. Artist: Unknown.

Weil am Rhein
1994: Vitra Fire Station. Architect: Zaha Hadid.Vitra Fire Station, by Zaha Hadid, in ___, Germany.
Vitra Fire Station, by Zaha Hadid, in Weil am Rhein, Germany.

Weimar
Schlossmuseum
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Neues Museum
1997-2004: Grosser Geist (Big Spirits) (one figure). Artist: Thomas Schütte.Grosser Geist, byThomas Schütte, outside the Neues Museum in Weimar, Germany.
Grosser Geist, by Thomas Schütte, outside the Neues Museum in Weimar, Germany.

Wolfsburg
2005: Phaeno Science Center. Architect: Zaha Hadid.Wolfsburg The Phaeno Science Center in Wolfsburg, Germany was designed by Zaha Hadid.
The Phaeno Science Center in Wolfsburg, Germany was designed by Zaha Hadid.

Wuppertal
Waldfrieden Sculpture Park
1997: Early Forms (St. Gallen). Artist: Tony Cragg.Early Forms (St. Gallen), by Tony Cragg, is located in the Waldfrieden Sculpture Park in Wuppertal, Germany.
Early Forms (St. Gallen), by Tony Cragg, is located in the Waldfrieden Sculpture Park in Wuppertal, Germany.

Wuppertaler Swimming Pool
1957-1958: Draped Seated Woman. Artist: Henry Moore.Draped Seated Woman, by Henry Moore, is located at the Wuppertaler Swimming Pool in Wuppertal, Germany.
Draped Seated Woman, by Henry Moore, is located at the Wuppertaler Swimming Pool in Wuppertal, Germany.

Würzburg
1720-1744: Würzburg Residenz. Architect: Balthasar Neumann.The Würzburg Residenz, by Balthasar Neumann, in Würzburg, Germany.
The Würzburg Residenz, by Balthasar Neumann, in Würzburg, Germany.

Würzburg Residenz
1750-1753: Frescoes. Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo.

GREECE

Argolis
c. 1200-1300: Lion Gate, Mycenae. Artist: Unknown.

Athens
c. 500-400 BCE: Acropolis (includes numerous temples and other buildings). Architects: Unknown.
477-432 BCE: Parthenon. Architects: Ictinus & Callicrates.
c. 421–405 BCE: Erechtheion (Temple of Erechtheum). Architect: Mnesicles.
1959-1961: United States Embassy. Architects: Walter Gropius with The Architects’ Collaborative and Pericles A. Sakellarios.
2002-2004: Olympic Athletic Center of Athens (renovation). Architect: Santiago Calatrava.
The renovated Olympic Athletic Center of Athens, in Athens, Greece was designed by Santiago Calatrava.
The renovated Olympic Athletic Center of Athens, in Athens, Greece was designed by Santiago Calatrava.

Parthenon, Acropolis
c. 443-438 BCE: Parthenon Frieze. Artist: Phidias (attrib.).

Acropolis Museum
c. 530 BCE: Peplos Kore. Artist: Unknown.
c. 480 BCE: Kritios Boy. Artist: Kritios (attrib.).
An exhibit hall of the Acropolis Museum in Athens, with Kritios Boy in the foreground.
Kritios Boy stands in the foreground in this interior view of the Acropolis Museum in Athens.

National Archaeological Museum
c. 3300-2300 BCE: Cycladic Figurines (Aegean). Artists: Unknown.
c. 2000-1600 BCE: Frescoes, Akrotiri, Thera (Minoan). Artists: Unknown.
c. 1550–1500 BCE: Mask of Agamemnon (Mycenaean). Artist: Unknown.
c. 1500-1400 BCE: Vaphio Cups (Minoan/Mycenaean). Artist Unknown.
c. 460 BCE: Artemision Bronze (Zeus/Poseidon of Artemision) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown.
c. 447-440 BCE: Athena Parthenos (Statue of Athena; Athena the Virgin) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Phidias. Greek bronze original is lost. Best marble copy (much reduced).
c. 340 BCE: Antikythera Ephebe (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown.
c. 340-330 BCE: Marathon Boy (Ephebe of Marathon) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown.
c. 100-75 BCE: Bronze Portrait Head, Delos (Hellenist Greek). Artist Unknown.

Delphi
Delphi Archaeological Museum
c. 478 or 474 BCE: Charioteer of Delphi. Artist: Unknown.

Heraklion, Crete
Heraklion Archaeological Museum
c. 1650-1600 BCE: Snake Goddess (Minoan). Artist: Unknown.
c. 1550-1450 BCE: Harvester Vase (Minoan). Artist: Unknown.
c. 1450 BCE: Toreador Fresco (Minoan). Artist: Unknown.

Olympia
Archaeological Museum of Olympia
c. 350-330 BCE: Hermes and the Infant Dionysus (Ancient Greek). Artist: Praxiteles (attrib.).

Santorini
Museum of Prehistoric Thera
c. 2000-1600 BCE: Frescoes, Akrotiri, Thera (Minoan). Artists: Unknown.A portion of a fresco from Akrotiri on the island of Thera (now Santorini, Greece).
A portion of a fresco from Akrotiri on the island of Thera (now Santorini, Greece).

HUNGARY

Budapest
Museum of Fine Arts
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.

IRELAND

Dublin
Trinity College Library
c. 800 CE: The Book of Kells. Artist: Unknown.

Chester Beatty Library
1000-1001: Illustrated Qur’an. Artist: Ibn al-Bawwab (Ali ibn Hilal)

County Louth
Monasterboice
c. 875-925 CE: High Cross of Muiredach (Muiredach’s High Cross). Artist: Unknown.
The west face of Muiredach's High Cross in Monstarboice, County Louth, Ireland.
The west face of Muiredach’s High Cross at Monstarboice in County Louth, Ireland.

ITALY

Apulia
1240-1250: Castel del Monte. Architect: Unknown.An aerial view of Castel del Monte in Apulia, Spain.
An aerial view of Castel del Monte in Apulia, Spain.

Arezzo
Church of San Francesco, Cappella Maggiore
c. 1455–1466: The Legend of the True Cross (The History of the True Cross). Artist: Piero della Francesca.

San Domenico Church
1268-1271: Crucifix. Artist: Cimabue.

Assisi
Church of San Francesco
1278-1280: Madonna Enthroned with the Child, St. Francis and Four Angels. Artist: Cimabue.
1280-1283: The Four Evangelists. Artist: Cimabue.
1313-1319: Frescoes, St. Martin Chapel. Artist: Simone Martini.

Bologna
San Petronio Church
1425-1434: Porta Magna. Artist: Jacopo della Quercia.The Porta Magna of San Petronio Church in Bologna, Italy were created by Jacopo della Quercia.
The Porta Magna of San Petronio Church in Bologna, Italy were sculpted by Jacopo della Quercia.

Santa Maria della Vita
c. 1460-1463 (or 1485-1490): Lamentation over the Dead Christ. Artist: Niccolò dell’Arca.

Castelfranco Veneto
Cathedral of Castelfranco Veneto
c. 1505: The Castelfranco Madonna (Madonna and Child Enthroned between St. Francis and St. Nicasius). Artist: Giorgione

Fano
19 BCE: Basilica di Fano. Architect: Vitruvius. Destroyed.

Florence
1334-1337: Campanile, Florence Cathedral. Architect: Giotto.
1296-1436: Florence Cathedral (Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore, the Duomo). Architects: Arnolfo di Cambio; Giotto; Andrea Pisano; Filippo Brunelleschi; Emilio de Fabris. Additional work: 1876-1887.
1434-1437: Basilica of San Lorenzo. Architect: Filippo Brunelleschi.
1445–1451: Façade, Palazzo Rucellai. Architect: Leon Battista Alberti.
1434-1482: Church of Santo Spirito. Architect: Filippo Brunelleschi.
1520-1534: Medici Chapel (Sagrestia Nuova), Basilica of San Lorenzo. Architect: Michelangelo
1525-1571: Laurentian Library. Architect: Michelangelo.The Basilica of San Lorenzo, in Florence, Italy, was designed by Fillipo Brunelleschi.
The Basilica of San Lorenzo, in Florence, Italy, was designed by Filippo Brunelleschi.

Florence Cathedral
c. 1436: Monument to Sir John Hawkwood. Artist: Paolo Uccello.
1443: Clock Face with Four Prophets. Artist: Paolo Uccello.The face of the clock in Florence Cathedral, in Florence, Italy, was painted by Paolo Uccello.
The face of the clock in Florence Cathedral, in Florence, Italy, was painted by Paolo Uccello.

Florence Baptistery
1403-1424: North Doors, Florence Baptistery. Artist: Lorenzo Ghiberti.
c. 1435: Funeral Monument of Antipope John XXIII. Artist: Donatello.
1425-1452: The Gates of Paradise (East Doors of Florence Baptistery) (replicas). Artist: Lorenzo Ghiberti.
The Funerary Monument of Antipope John XXIII, by Donatello, in the Florence Baptistery, in Florence, Italy.
The Funerary Monument of Antipope John XXIII, by Donatello, in the Baptistery, in Florence, Italy.

Museo dell’Opera del Duomo
1425-1452: The Gates of Paradise (East Doors of Florence Baptistery) (originals). Artist: Lorenzo Ghiberti
c. 1453-1457: Mary Magdalene (The Penitent Magdalene). Artist: Donatello.

Palazzo Vecchio
1460: Judith and Holofernes. Artist: Donatello.

Palazzo Medici-Riccardi
c. 1459-1462: The Procession of the Magi (The Journey of the Magi to Bethlehem). Artist: Benozzo Gozzoli.
A portion of Benozzo Gozzoli's Procession of the Magi fresco in the Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, in Florence, Italy.
A portion of Benozzo Gozzoli’s Procession of the Magi fresco in the Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, in Florence, Italy.

Loggia dei Lanzi, Piazza della Signoria
1545-1554: Perseus with the Head of Medusa (Perseus). Artist: Benvenuto Cellini.
1581-1583: The Rape of the Sabine Women (Rape of a Sabine). Artist: Giambologna.The Rape of the Sabine Women, by Giambologna, is located in the Loggia dei Lanzi, Piazza della Signoria, in Florence, Italy.
The Rape of the Sabine Women, by Giambologna, is located in the Loggia dei Lanzi, Piazza della Signoria, in Florence, Italy.

Basilica of Santa Croce
1287-1288:  Crucifixion. Artist: Cimabue.
1315-1320: Frescoes, Peruzzi Chapel. Artist: Giotto.
1320-1325: Frescoes, Bardi Chapel. Artist: Giotto.
c. 1435: The Annunciation. Artist: Donatello.

Church of Santa Maria Novella
1448–1470: Upper Façade. Architect: Leon Battista Alberti.
1427-1428: The Holy Trinity. Artist: Masaccio.The upper facade of the Church of Santa Maria Novella, in Florence, Italy, was designed by Leon Batista Alberti.
The upper facade of the Church of Santa Maria Novella, in Florence, Italy, was designed by Leon Battista Alberti.

Church of Santa Maria Novella, Green Cloister
1432-1436: Creation and Fall. Artist: Paolo Uccello.
c. 1447-1448: The Deluge (The Flood). Artist: Paolo Uccello.

Santa Trinità Church, Strozzi Chapel
1433-1440: Deposition of Christ. Artist: Fra Angelico.

Santa Felicità Church, Capponi Chapel
1525-1528: The Deposition of Christ (The Deposition from the Cross). Artist: Jacopo Pontormo.

Orsanmichele Church
1411-1413: St. Mark. Artist: Donatello.
St. Mark, by Donatello, at the Orsanmichele Church in Florence, Italy.
St. Mark, by Donatello, at the Orsanmichele Church in Florence, Italy.

Church of Ognissanti
1480: St. Augustine in his Study. Artist: Sandro Botticelli.

Santa Maria del Carmine Church, Brancacci Chapel
1425-1428: The Expulsion from the Garden of Eden. Artist: Masaccio.
1425-1428: The Tribute Money. Artist: Masaccio.
1425-1428: Baptism of the Neophytes. Artist: Masaccio.
1425-1428: Raising of the Son of Theophilus and St. Peter Enthroned. Artist: Masaccio.
1425-1428: The Distribution of Alms and Death of Ananias. Artist: Masaccio.
1425-1428: St. Peter Healing the Sick with His Shadow. Artist: Masaccio.

Church of San Lorenzo
c. 1520-1534: Tombs of Lorenzo de’ Medici  and Giuliano de’ Medici. Artist: Michelangelo

San Marco Museum
c. 1433-1434: The Annunciation of Cortona. Artist: Fra Angelico.
1432-1435: The Last Judgment. Artist: Fra Angelico.
1438-1443: San Marco Altarpiece (Madonna and Saints). Artist: Fra Angelico.
1437-1447: The Annunciation (top of dormitory stairs). Artist: Fra Angelico.

Museo di Cenacolo di Sant’Apollonia
c. 1445-1450: The Last Supper. Artist: Andrea del Castagno.

Uffizi Gallery
1285: Rucellai Madonna. Artist: Duccio.
c. 1280-1290: Santa Trinita Maestà (Madonna Enthroned; Madonna and Child Enthroned with Eight Angels, Santa Trinita Madonna). Artist: Cimabue.
1310-1311: Madonna Enthroned and Saints (Ognissanti Madonna). Artist: Giotto.
1332: Four Stories from the Life of St. Nicholas of Bari. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti.
1333-1335: St. Ansanus Altarpiece (The Annunciation with St. Margaret and St. Ansanus). Artists: Simone Martini and Lippo Memmi.
1342: Presentation of Christ in the Temple. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti.
1424: Virgin and Child with St. Anne. Artists: Masaccio (with Masolino da Panicale).
c. 1445-1447: Santa Lucia de’ Magnoli Altarpiece (St. Lucy Altarpiece). Artist: Domenico Veneziano.
1450: The Entombment of Christ (Lamentation of Christ). Artist: Rogier van der Weyden.
c. 1435–1455: The Battle of San Romano II: Niccolò Mauruzi da Tolentino unseats Bernardino della Ciarda. Artist: Paolo Uccello.
1472: Portraits of Federico da Montefeltro and Battista Sforza, the Duke and Duchess of Urbino. Artist: Piero della Francesca.
c. 1475: The Portinari Altarpiece. Artist: Hugo van der Goes.
1475-1476: The Adoration of the Magi. Artist: Sandro Botticelli.
1477-1482: Primavera (Allegory of Spring). Artist: Sandro Botticelli.
1481-1482: The Adoration of the Magi. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci.
1481-1485: Madonna of the Magnificat. Artist: Sandro Botticelli.
1482-1486: The Birth of Venus. Artist: Sandro Botticelli.
1487: Madonna of the Pomegranate. Artist: Sandro Botticelli.
c. 1490-1500: Sacred Allegory (Holy Allegory). Artist: Giovanni Bellini.
1500–1501: The Trial of Moses (The Test of Fire of Moses). Artist: Giorgione.
1500–1501: The Judgment of Salomon. Artist: Giorgione.
1504: Adoration of the Magi. Artist: Albrecht Dürer.
1505-1506: Madonna del Cardellino (Madonna of the Goldfinch). Artist: Raphael.
1515-1517: Madonna of the Harpies. Artist: Andrea del Sarto.
1535: Madonna of the Long Neck. Artist: Parmigianino.
1538: Venus of Urbino. Artist: Titian.
c. 1595-1597: Bacchus. Artist: Caravaggio.
1617: The Martyrdom of St. Lawrence. Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
1618-1620:  Judith Slaying Holofernes. Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi.
1618: The Waterseller of Seville. Artist: Diego Velázquez.
An interior view of the Uffizi Gallery in Florence.
An interior view of the Uffizi Gallery in Florence.

Galleria dell’Accademia
1501-1504: David. Artist: Michelangelo.

Casa Buonarroti
1491-1492: Battle of the Centaurs. Artist: Michelangelo.
1495-1496: Madonna of the Stairs. Artist: Michelangelo.
1615-1616: Allegory of Inclination (The Angel). Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi.

Museo Nazionale del Bargello
1415-1417: St. George. Artist: Donatello.
c. 1430-1440: David. Artist: Donatello.
c. 1470-1475: Hercules and Antaeus. Artist: Antonio Pollaiuolo.
c. 1473-1475: David. Artist: Andrea del Verrocchio.
1496-1497: Bacchus. Artist: Michelangelo.

Pitti Palace
1613-1614: Judith and Her Maidservant. Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi.
1638-1639: Consequences of War (Horrors of War). Artist: Peter Paul Rubens.

Genoa
Palazzo Cattaneo-Adorno
1621: Lucretia. Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi.

Lazio
c. 480-450 BCE: Wall Paintings, Tomb of the Leopards (Etruscan). Artists: Unknown.

Mantua
1458-1470: Church of San Sebastiano. Architect: Leon Battista Alberti.
1472-1490: Basilica of Sant’Andrea. Architect: Leon Battista Alberti.The Church of San Sebastiano, in Mantua, Italy, was designed by Leon Battista Alberti.
The Church of San Sebastiano, in Mantua, Italy, was designed by Leon Battista Alberti.

Castle of St. George
1465-1474: Frescoes, Camera degli Sposi. Artist: Andrea Mantegna.

Palazzo del Te
c. 1530-1532. The Fall of the Giants. Artist: Giulio Romano.

Maser
c. 1555–1559: Villa Barbaro. Architect: Andrea Palladio.Villa Barbaro, in Maser, Italy, was designed by Andrea Palladio.
Villa Barbaro, in Maser, Italy, was designed by Andrea Palladio.

Villa Barbaro
1560-1561: Frescoes. Artist: Paolo Veronese.Frescoes by Paolo Veronese in the Villa Barbaro in Maser, Italy.
Frescoes by Paolo Veronese in the Villa Barbaro in Maser, Italy.

Massa Marittima
Museo di Sacra Arta
c. 1335: Maestà. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti.

Milan
1476–1482: Santa Maria presso San Satiro. Architect: Donato Bramante.
1492–1497: Cloister and Apse, Santa Maria delle Grazie. Architect: Donato Bramante.
1386-1965: Milan Cathedral (Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica of the Nativity of St. Mary). Architects: Simone da Orsenigo; Nicolas de Bonaventure; Jean Mignot; Giuseppe Meda; Federico Borromeo; Pellegrino Pellegrini; Francesco Brambilla; Francesco Maria Richini; Fabio Mangone; Carlo Pellicani; Giuseppe Perego; Carlo Pellicani Jr.Milan Cathedral, Milan, Italy.
Milan Cathedral, Milan, Italy.

Pinacoteca di Brera
1472–1474: Madonna and Child with Saints (Brera Madonna; Montefeltro Altarpiece). Artist: Piero della Francesca.
c. 1490: The Lamentation over the Dead Christ. Artist: Andrea Mantegna.
1562-1566: Finding of the Body of St. Mark. Artist: Tintoretto.
1567-1570: Feast in the House of Simon. Artist: Paolo Veronese.
1915: Portrait of Moise Kisling. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani.

Museo del Novecento
1913: Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (bronze cast, 1931, without base). Artist: Umberto Boccioni.

Gianni Mattioli Collection
1916-1918: The Disquieting Muses. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico.

Riccardo and Magda Jucker Collection
1915: The Charge of the Lancers. Artist: Umberto Boccioni.

Biblioteca Ambrosiana
c. 1336: Frontispiece, Petrarch’s Virgil. Artist: Simone Martini.

Santa Maria delle Grazie Church
1495-1498: The Last Supper. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci.
The Last Supper, by Leonardo da Vinci, is located on a wall of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, Italy.
The Last Supper, by Leonardo da Vinci, is located on a wall of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, Italy.

Museo Poldi Pezzoli
1765: The Grey Lagoon (Gondolas on the Lagoon). Artist: Francesco Guardi.

Monreale, Sicily
c. 1180-1189: Mosaics, Cathedral of Monreale. Artist: Unknown.

Monte Pelligrino, Sicily
Addaura Cave
c. 11,000 BCE. Ritual Scene. Artist: Unknown.

Naples
Museo Archeologico Nazionale
c. 450-440 BCE: Doryphoros (Spear-Bearer) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Polykleitos.
c. 370-310 BCE: Farnese Hercules (Farnese Herakles) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Lysippos. Bronze Greek original is lost.  Best Roman marble copy (by Glykon, c. 218 CE).
c. 100 BCE: The Battle of Issues (Alexander Mosaic). Artist: Unknown.
c. 11-1 BCE: Frescoes, Villa of Agrippa Postumus, Boscotrecase (Roman). Artist: Unknown.

Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte
c. 1317: St. Louis of Toulouse Crowning Robert of Anjou (Altar of St. Louis of Toulouse). Artist: Simone Martini.
1426: Crucifixion. Artist: Masaccio.
1544: Danaë (Danaë with Eros). Artist: Titian.
1545-1546: Pope Paul III and His Grandsons. Artist: Titian.
1568: The Parable of the Blind Leading the Blind. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
1612-1613: Judith Slaying Holofernes Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi.

Museo MADRE
1972: La Rivoluzione Siamo Noi (We Are the Revolution) (photoprint). Artist: Joseph Beuys.

Near Naples
550-500 BCE: Temples of Paestum (Ancient Greek). Architect: Unknown.An aerial view of two of the temples at Paestum, near Naples, Italy.
An aerial view of two of the temples at Paestum, near Naples, Italy.

Orvieto
Orvieto Cathedral
c. 1499-1504: The Damned Cast into Hell (Fresco, Chapel of San Brizio). Artist: Luca Signorelli.

Padua
Scrovegni Chapel (Arena Chapel)
c. 1305: Frescoes. Artist: Giotto.
Frescoes by Giotto in the Arena (or Scrovegni) Chapel in Padua, Italy.
Frescoes by Giotto in the Arena (or Scrovegni) Chapel in Padua, Italy.

Piazza del Santo
c. 1443-1453: Gattamelata (Equestrian Statue of Gattamelata). Artist: Donatello.The equestrian statue of Gattemelata, by Donatello, is located in the Piazza del Fiorno in Padua, Italy.
The equestrian statue of Gattemelata, by Donatello, is located in the Piazza del Santo in Padua, Italy.

Palermo
Palazzo Abatellis
c. 1476: Virgin Annunciate. Artist: Antonello da Messina.

Parma
Parma Cathedral
c. 1526-1530: The Assumption of the Virgin. Artist: Correggio.

Perugia

Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria
1300-1305: Madonna with Child and Six Angels. Artist: Duccio.

Pisa
1173-1372: Leaning Tower of Pisa (Campanile, Pisa Cathedral). Architects: Bonnano Pisano (?); Diotisalvi (?).
1990: Tuttomundo (mural). Artist: Keith Haring.Tuttomondo, a mural by Keith Haring in Pisa, Italy.
Tuttomondo, a mural by Keith Haring in Pisa, Italy.

Pisa Cathedral
1301-1302: Christ in Glory between the Virgin and St. John the Evangelist (mosaic). Artist: Cimabue.

Pisa Baptistery
1255-1260: Pulpit. Artist: Nicola Pisano.
The pulpit in the Pisa Baptistery in Pisa, Italy, was carved by Nicola Pisano.
The pulpit in the Baptistery in Pisa, Italy, was carved by Nicola Pisano.

Museo Nazionale di Pisa
1426: St. Paul. Artist: Masaccio.

Near the ruins of Pompeii, southern Italy.
c. 60-40 BCE: Frescoes, Villa of the Mysteries (Ancient Roman). Artist: Unknown.
Frescoes from the Villa of the Mysteries, near Pompeii, Italy.
Frescoes in the Villa of the Mysteries, near Pompeii, Italy.

Ravenna
526-547 CE: Basilica of San Vitale (San Vitale). Architect: Unknown.
Basilica of San Vitale. Ravenna, Itay.
An aerial view of the Basilica of San Vitale in Ravenna, Italy.

Basilica of San Vitale 
c. 527-548 CE: Mosaics (Byzantine). Artist: Unknown.

Reggio Calabria
Museo Nazionale della Magna Grecia
c. 460-420 BCE: Riace Bronzes (Riace Warriors) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown.

Rimini
1450-1468: Church of San Francesco (Tempio Malatestiano). Architect: Leon Battista Alberti.
Rimini The Church of San Francesco (Tempio Malatestiano) in Rimini, Italy was designed by Leon Battista Alberti.
The Church of San Francesco (also called Tempio Malatestiano) in Rimini, Italy was designed by Leon Battista Alberti.

Rome
72-80 CE: Colosseum (Flavian Amphitheatre) (Roman). Architect: Unknown. Additional work: 81-96 CE. Repairs: 240, 250, 320 CE.  Restoration: 443-455, 484, 508 CE.
82 CE: Arch of Titus. Artist: Unknown.
113 CE: Trajan’s Column (Roman). Artist: Apollodorus of Damascus (attrib.).
118-126 CE: Pantheon (Roman). Architect: Unknown.
700 BCE–312 CE: Roman Forum (multiple buildings) (Roman). Architects: Unknown.
c. 315 CE: Arch of Constantine (Roman). Artist: Unknown.
1536-1546: Piazza del Campidoglio. Architect: Michelangelo.
c. 1502: Tempietto, San Pietro in Montorio. Architect: Donato Bramante.
1500-1504: Cloister, Santa Maria della Pace. Architect: Donato Bramante.
1504-1510: Palazzo Caprini (House of Raphael). Architect: Donato Bramante. Demolished.
1658-1670: Church of Sant’Andrea al Quirinale. Architect: Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
2002: Auditorium Parco della Musica. Architect: Renzo Piano.
2010: MAXXI – National Museum of 21st Century Art. Architect: Zaha Hadid.
MAXXI - 21st Century Arts, designed by Zaha Hadid.
MAXXI – National Museum of 21st Century Arts, in Rome, was designed by Zaha Hadid.

Piazza Navone
1648-1651: Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers). Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
A view of Bernini's Fountain of the Four Rivers.
A view of Bernini’s Fountain of the Four Rivers.

Palazzo Farnese (French Embassy)
1597-1608: Frescoes, Farnese Gallery Ceiling and Walls (The Loves of the Gods). Artist: Annibale Carraci.

Villa Boncompagni Ludovisi
c. 1621: Aurora. Artist: Guercino.

Palazzo Barberini
1633-1639: Allegory of Divine Providence and Barberini Power (The Triumph of Divine Providence). Artist: Pietro da Cortona.
A view of Pietro da Cortona's fresco in the Palazzo Barberini.
A view of Pietro da Cortona’s ceiling fresco in the Palazzo Barberini.

Piazza Barberini
1624-1643: Fountain of the Triton (Fontana dei Tritone). Architect: Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
The Fountain of the Triton, by Bernini.
The Fountain of the Triton, by Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

Ara Pacis Museum
13-9 BCE: Relief Sculptures, Ara Pacis Augustae (Roman). Artist: Unknown.
A relief sculpture from the eastern façade of the Ara Pacis Augustae.
A relief sculpture from the eastern façade of the Ara Pacis Augustae.

San Luigi dei Francesi Church, Contarelli Chapel
1599-1600: The Calling of St. Matthew. Artist: Caravaggio.
1599-1600: The Martyrdom of St. Matthew. Artist: Caravaggio.
1602: The Inspiration of St. Matthew. Artist: Caravaggio.

Church of Santa Maria del Popolo, Cerasi Chapel
1601: Conversion of St. Paul on the Way to Damascus. Artist: Caravaggio.

Church of Santa Cecilia in Trastevere
c. 1293: The Last Judgment. Artist: Pietro Cavallini.

Church of Sant’Ignazio
1685-1694: The Apotheosis of St. Ignatius. Artist: Andrea Pozzo.

Santa Maria della Vittoria Cornaro Chapel
1651: The Ecstasy of St. Teresa. Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
The Ecstasy of St. Teresa, by Bernini.
The Ecstasy of St. Teresa, by Bernini, is in the Church of Santa Maria della Vittoria in Rome.

Musei Capitolini
c. 69-96 CE: Portrait of a Flavian Woman (Fonseca Bust) (Roman). Artist: Unknown.
90-192 CE: Commodus as Hercules (Roman). Artist: Unknown.
c. 173-176 CE: Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius (Roman). Artist: Unknown.
c. 315 CE: Constantine the Great (Colossus of Constantine) (Roman). Artist: Unknown.
c. 1021-1153: Capitoline Wolf (Capitoline She-Wolf) (Roman). Artist: Unknown. Formerly believed to have Etruscan origin. Romulus and Remus added c. 1471.

National Etruscan Museum, Villa Giulia
c. 530-500 BCE: Sarcophagus of the Spouses (Etruscan). Artist: Unknown.
c. 515 BCE: Euphronios Krater (Sarpedon Krater) (Ancient Greek). Artists: Euphronios (painter) & Euxitheos (potter).

Museo Nazionale Romano
c. 470-460 BCE: Ludovisi Throne (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown.
460-450 BCE: The Discus Thrower. Artist: Myron. Location: Greek bronze original is lost; best Roman marble copy is Palombra Discobolus.
250-260 CE: Ludovisi Sarcophagus (Roman). Artist: Unknown.

Doria Pamphilj Gallery
1648: Landscape with Dancing Figures (The Mill). Artist: Claude Lorrain.
1650:  Portrait of Innocent X. Artist: Diego Velázquez.

Galleria Borghese
c. 1622-1625: Apollo and Daphne. Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
c. 1623-1624: David. Artist. Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

Church of San Pietro in Vincoli
1513-1515: Moses (for Tomb of Pope Julius II). Artist: Michelangelo.
Michelangelo's Moses in San Pietro Church, Vincoli, Italy.
Michelangelo’s Moses in the Church of San Pietro in Vincoli in Rome.

National Gallery of Modern Art
1917: Fountain (1964 replica). Artist: Marcel Duchamp.

Rossano
Diocesan Museum of the Archepiscopal Palace
c. 550-599 CE: Rossano Gospels (Codex Purpureus Rossanensis) (Byzantine). Artist: Unknown.

San Pietro di Cascia
Church of Cascia di Reggello
1422: San Giovenale Triptych. Artist: Masaccio.
Masaccio's San Giovenale Triptych is located in the
Masaccio’s San Giovenale Triptych is located in the Church of Cascia di Reggello in San Pietro di Cascia, Italy.

Sansepolcro
Pinacotea Comunale
1445–1462: Madonna della Misericordia (Polyptych of the Misericordia). Artist: Piero della Francesca.
The Madonna Misericordia altarpiece in Sansepolcro.
The Madonna Misericordia altarpiece in Sansepolcro, Italy.

Museo Civico
c. 1463: The Resurrection. Artist: Piero della Francesca.

Siena
Piazza del Campo
1414-1419: Fonte Gaia (fountain with replacement statues). Artist: Jacopo della Quercia.
The Fonte Gaia with replicas of the original statues.
The Fonte Gaia with replicas of the original statues in Siena’s Piazza del Campo.

Loggia, Palazzo Communale
1414-1419: Fonte Gaia (original statues). Artist: Jacopo della Quercia.

Siena Cathedral
1287-1288: Assumption, Burial and Crowning of the Virgin (stained glass window). Artist: Duccio.
Stained glass by Duccio in Siena Cathedral.
Stained glass by Duccio in Siena Cathedral.

Piccolomini Library, Siena Cathedral
c. 200-100 BCE: The Three Graces (Hellenist Greek). Artist: Unknown. Bronze Greek original is lost. Roman marble copy.

Baptistery, Siena Cathedral
1423-1427: The Feast of Herod. Artist: Donatello.
Donatello's Feast of Herod is part of the Baptistery in Siena.
Donatello’s Feast of Herod is part of the Baptistery in the Siena Cathedral.

Museo dell’Opera Metropolitana del Duomo
1283-1284: Madonna with Child and Two Angels (Crevole Madonna). Artist: Duccio.
1308-1311: Maestà (Madonna with Child Enthroned and Twenty Angels and Nineteen Saints; Siena Duomo Altarpiece). Artist: Duccio.

Piccolomini Chapel, Sant’Agostino Church
c. 1330, 1338: Maestà. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti.
A fresco by Ambrogio Lorenzetti in the Sant'Agostino Church in XX.
A fresco of the Maesta by Ambrogio Lorenzetti in the Sant’Agostino Church in Siena.

Pinacoteca Nazionale
1300: Madonna of the Franciscans. Artist: Duccio.
1324: Blessed Agostino Novello Altarpiece. Artist: Simone Martini.
1344: The Annunciation. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti.

Palazzo Pubblico
1315: Maestà. Artist: Simone Martini.
1328: Equestrian Portrait of Guidoriccio da Fogliano. Artist: Simone Martini.
1338-1339: The Allegory and Effects of Good and Bad Government (Good and Bad Government). Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti.
Simone Martini's Equestrian Portrait of Guidoriccio da Fogliano in the Siena's Palazzo Pubblicc
Simone Martini’s Equestrian Portrait of Guidoriccio da Fogliano is painted on the wall of Siena’s Palazzo Pubblico.

Palazzo Arcivescovile
c. 1330: Suckling Madonna. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti.

Spoleto
1962: Teodelapio. Artist: Alexander Calder.
Teodelapio, a work by Alexander Calder, is located in
Teodelapio, a work by Alexander Calder, is located in Spoleto, Italy.

Syracuse
Museo Regionale di Arte Medioevale e Moderna (Palazzo Bellomo)
1608: The Burial of St. Lucy. Artist: Caravaggio.

Tivoli
Hadrian’s Villa
350-330 BCE: Aphrodite of Knidos (Aphrodite of Cnidus; Venus Pudica) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Praxiteles. Original Greek bronze is lost. Roman marble copy.

Turin
Galleria Sabauda
1435-1440: The Annunciation Triptych (side panels). Artist: Rogier van der Weyden.
1560: Feast in the House of Simon. Artist: Paolo Veronese.

Urbino
Galleria Nazionale delle Marche
c. 1460: The Flagellation of Christ. Artist: Piero della Francesca.
1465–1469: Corpus Domini Predella (Miracle of the Profaned Host). Artist: Paolo Uccello.

Val di Pesa
Church of San Casciano
1319: Madonna and Child. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti.

Vatican City
1505-1514: Cortile del Belvedere (Belvedere Court). Architect: Donato Bramante.
1506-1626: St. Peter’s Basilica. Architects: Donato Bramante, Antonio da Sangallo, Michelangelo Buonarroti, Giacomo della Porta, Carlo Maderno, Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
1656-1667: Piazza, St. Peter’s Basilica (Piazza San Pietro). Architect: Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
Bernini's Piazza San Pietro in Vatican City.
Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s Piazza San Pietro in Vatican City.

Apostolic Palace, Niccoline Chapel
1447-1449: The Life of St. Stephen. Artists: Fra Angelico (with Benozzo Gozzoli and Gentile da Fabriano).
1447-1449: The Life of St. Lawrence. Artist: Fra Angelico (with Benozzo Gozzoli and Gentile da Fabriano)

Apostolic Palace, Sistine Chapel
1481-1482: Punishment of the Rebels (The Punishment of Korah and the Stoning of Moses and Aaron). Artist: Sandro Botticelli.
1481-1482: Delivery of the Keys (Christ Handing the Keys to St. Peter). Artist: Pietro Perugino.
1508-1512: Frescoes, Sistine Chapel Ceiling. Artist: Michelangelo.
1534-1541: The Last Judgment (Frescoes, Sistine Chapel Altar Wall). Artist: Michelangelo.
A view of the Sistine Chapel, showing the altar wall ceiling by Michelangelo and the wall frescoes by Raphael, Perugino and others.
A view of the Sistine Chapel, showing the altar wall and ceiling by Michelangelo and the wall frescoes by Raphael, Perugino and others.

Apostolic Palace, Stanza della Segnatura
1510-1511: The School of Athens. Artist: Raphael.

St. Peter’s Basilica
c. 359 CE: Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus (Ancient Roman/Early Christian). Artist: Unknown.
1498-1499: Pietà. Artist: Michelangelo.
1624-1625: Baldacchino, St. Peter’s Basilica. Architect: Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
1629-1633: Statue of St. Andrew. Artist: François Duquesnoy.
1646-1653: Pope Leo Driving Attila from Rome. Artist: Alessandro Algardi.
1657-1666: Cathedra Petri (Throne of St. Peter). Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
1671-1675: Tomb of Pope Alexander VII. Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
The Cathedra Petri, by Bernini, in St. Peter's Basilica.
The Cathedra Petri, by Bernini, in St. Peter’s Basilica.

Vatican Library
c. 1400-1518: Codex Borgia (Codex Yoalli Ehēcatl). Artist: Unknown.

Museo Pio-Clementino
350-330 BCE: Aphrodite of Knidos (Aphrodite of Cnidus; Venus Pudica) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Praxiteles. Location: Original Greek bronze is lost. Roman marble copy (Colonna Venus);
c. 350-320 BCE: Apollo Belvedere (Apollo of the Belvedere; Pythian Apollo) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Leochares. Location: Bronze Greek original is lost.  Best Roman marble copy (120-140 CE).
c. 230-220 BCE: Dying Gaul (The Dying Galatian) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown. Bronze Greek original is lost. Best Roman marble copy.
c. 42-19 BCE: Laocoön and His Sons (Laocoön) (Greek/Roman). Artists: Agesander, Athenodoros & Polydorus.
The Gallery of Busts, in the Museo Pio Clementino, one of the Vatican museums.
The Gallery of Busts, in the Museo Pio-Clementino, one of the Vatican museums.

Pinacoteca Vaticana
1320: Stefaneschi Triptych. Artist: Giotto.
1516-1520: The Transfiguration. Artist: Raphael.
1602-1604: The Entombment of Christ. Artist: Caravaggio.
1629: The Martyrdom of St. Erasmus. Artist: Nicolas Poussin.

Vatican Museums, New Wing
c. 20 BCE: Augustus of Prima Porta. Artist: Unknown.

Venice
978-1094: St. Mark’s Basilica (Patriarchal Cathedral Basilica of St. Mark). Architect: Domenico I. Contarini. Additional work: early 18th Century.
1309-1442: Doge’s Palace. Architect: Unknown.
1577-1592: Il Redentore (Church of the Santissimo Redentore). Architect: Andrea Palladio.
Andrea Palladio designed the Venice church known as Il Redentore.
Andrea Palladio designed the Venice church known as Il Redentore.

Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo
c. 1480-1488; Equestrian Statue of Bartolomeo Colleoni. Artist: Andrea del Verrocchio.

Doge’s Palace
1576-1577: Bacchus, Venus and Ariadne. Artist: Tintoretto.

Sala del Collegio, Doge’s Palace
c. 1553-1556: Jupiter Striking down the Vices. Artist: Paolo Veronese.

Sala del Maggior Consiglio, Doge’s Palace
1585: The Triumph of Venice (The Apotheosis of Venice). Artist: Paolo Veronese.
The Triumph of Venice, by Paolo Veronese, is located on the ceiling of the Great Council Hall in the Doge's Palace.
The Triumph of Venice, by Paolo Veronese, is located on the ceiling of the Great Council Hall in the Doge’s Palace.

Gallerie dell’Accademia
1487: San Giobbe Altarpiece. Artist: Giovanni Bellini.
1487: Madonna degli Alberetti (Madonna of the Small Trees). Artist: Giovanni Bellini.
c. 1508: The Tempest. Artist: Giorgione.
1547-1548: Miracle of the Slave (St. Mark Freeing the Slave). Artist: Tintoretto.
1562-1566: Removal of St. Mark’s Body (St. Mark’s Body Brought to Venice). Artist: Tintoretto.
1573: The Feast in the House of Levi. Artist: Paolo Veronese.
1575: The Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine of Alexandria. Artist: Paolo Veronese.

Museo Correr
c. 1460: Dead Christ Supported by Two Angels. Artist: Giovanni Bellini.

Church of San Zaccaria
1505: San Zaccaria Altarpiece (Madonna and Child Enthroned with Sts. Peter, Catherine, Lucia and Jerome). Artist: Giovanni Bellini.

Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari
1519-1526: Pesaro Madonna. Artist: Titian.
The Pesaro Madonna, by Titian, is located in the Church of Santa Maria Gloriosa Dei Frari in Venice.
The Pesaro Madonna, by Titian, is located in the Church of Santa Maria Gloriosa Dei Frari in Venice.

Church of San Sebastiano
1556-1557: Scenes from the Book of Esther. Artist: Paolo Veronese.
1566-1610: Church of San Giorgio Maggiore. Architect: Andrea Palladio.

San Giorgio Maggiore
1590-1594: The Last Supper. Artist: Tintoretto.

Scuola Grande di San Rocco
1565: The Crucifixion. Artist: Tintoretto.
Tintoretto's Crucifixion is located in the Scuola di Rocco in Venice.
Tintoretto’s Crucifixion is located in the Scuola Grande di San Rocco in Venice.

Ca’ Pesaro
1880-1881: The Thinker (plaster cast, 1907). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1914: The Praying Jew (Rabbi of Vitebsk) (1923 copy by Chagall). Artist: Marc Chagall.

Peggy Guggenheim Collection
1913: Dynamism of a Cyclist. Artist: Umberto Boccioni. Long term loan from the Gianni Mattioli Collection.
1923: Bird in Space (bronze cast). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
1927-1928: The Forest. Artist: Max Ernst.

Verona
Church of San Zeno
1456–1460: San Zeno Altarpiece. Artist: Andrea Mantegna.
The San Zeno Altarpiece by Andrea Mantegna is missing one of the original predella paintings (The Crucifixion), which is in the Louvre in Paris.
The San Zeno Altarpiece by Andrea Mantegna contains a replica of The Crucifixion, one of the original predella paintings.  The original is in the Louvre in Paris.

Vicenza
1579–1580: Teatro Olimpico. Architect: Andrea Palladio.
Andrea Palladio's Teatro Olimpico is one of the first enclosed theaters ever built.
Andrea Palladio’s Teatro Olimpico, in Vicenza, Italy, is one of the first enclosed theaters ever built.

Near Vicenza
1567-1591: Villa Rotonda (‘La Rotonda’; Villa Almerico Capra). Architect: Andrea Palladio.
A view of Andrea Palladio's influential Villa Rotunda.
A view of Andrea Palladio’s influential Villa Rotunda.

Volterra
Pinacoteca Comunale
c. 1521: Descent from the Cross. Artist: Rosso Fiorentino

THE NETHERLANDS

Amsterdam
1997: Science Centre NEMO. Architect: Renzo Piano.
Renzo Piano designed the Science Centre NEMO in Amsterdam.
Renzo Piano designed the Science Centre NEMO in Amsterdam.

Rijksmuseum
c. 950-1200: Shiva Nataraja, Lord of the Dance. Artists: Unknown.
1628-1630: The Merry Drinker (The Merry Toper). Artist: Frans Hals.
1642: The Night Watch. Artist: Rembrandt.
c. 1647-1649: The Hundred Guilder Print (Christ Preaching) (print). Artist: Rembrandt.
c. 1653: The Three Crosses (print). Artist: Rembrandt.
1657-1658: The Little Street. Artist: Johannes Vermeer.
1657-1658: The Milkmaid. Artist: Johannes Vermeer.
1660: The Betrayal of Peter (The Denial of St. Peter). Artist: Rembrandt.
1662: The Syndics of the Cloth-Makers Guild (The Staalmeesters). Artist: Rembrandt.
1663-1664: Woman in Blue Reading a Letter. Artist: Johannes Vermeer.
c. 1662-1667: The Jewish Bride. Artist: Rembrandt.
c. 1665-1668: The Feast of St. Nicholas. Artist: Jan Steen.
An interior view of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
An interior view of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.

Van Gogh Museum
1885: The Potato Eaters. Artist: Vincent van Gogh.
1888: Sunflowers. Artist: Vincent van Gogh.
1890: Wheat Field with Crows. Artist: Vincent van Gogh.

Stedelijk Museum
1912: The Fiddler. Artist: Marc Chagall.
1914: An Englishman in Moscow. Artist: Kazimir Malevich.
1963: Aggregation: One Thousand Boats Show (installation). Artist: Yayoi Kusama.
1973: Resurrexit. Artist: Anselm Kiefer.
1988: Ushering In Banality (from Banality series). Artist: Jeff Koons.

Bilderdijklaan
Van Abbemuseum
1993-1994: United Enemies (A Play in Ten Scenes) (one figure). Artist: Thomas Schütte.

Haarlem
Frans Hals Museum
1611: Portrait of Jacobus Zaffius. Artist: Frans Hals.
1616: Banquet of the Officers of the St. George Civic Guard. Artist: Frans Hals.
1641: The Regents of St. Elizabeth Hospital of Haarlem. Artist: Frans Hals.
1664: The Regents of the Old Men’s Almshouse. Artist: Frans Hals.
1664: The Regentesses of the Old Men’s Almshouse. Artist: Frans Hals.

The Hague
1988: Netherlands Dance Theater. Architect: Rem Koolhaas.
Rem Koolhaas designed the Netherlands Dance Theater in The Hague.
Rem Koolhaas designed the Netherlands Dance Theater in The Hague.

Mauritshuis
1632: The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp. Artist: Rembrandt.
1660-1661: View of Delft. Artist: Johannes Vermeer.
1665: Girl with a Pearl Earring. Artist: Johannes Vermeer.
1654-1656: Diana and her Companions. Artist: Johannes Vermeer.

Gemeentemuseum Den Haag
1907-1908: Trees by the Gein at Moonrise. Artist: Piet Mondrian.
1908-1910: Evening: The Red Tree. Artist: Piet Mondrian.
1911: The Gray Tree. Artist: Piet Mondrian.
1912: Apple Tree in Bloom. Artist: Piet Mondrian.
1915: Portrait of the Artist’s Wife, Standing (Edith Schiele in Striped Dress). Artist: Egon Schiele.
1933: Lozenge Composition with Four Yellow Lines. Artist: Piet Mondrian.
1942–1944: Victory Boogie-Woogie. Artist: Piet Mondrian.

Otterlo
Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller
1888: Café Terrace at Night. Artist: Vincent van Gogh.
1898: Kneeling Youth (bronze). Artist: George Minne.
c. 1914: The Cyclops. Artist: Odilon Redon.
1915: Pier and Ocean (Composition No. 10 in Black and White). Artist: Piet Mondrian.
1967: The True Artist Helps the World by Revealing Mystic Truths (Window or Wall Sign) (neon). Artist: Bruce Nauman.

Rotterdam
1951-1953: The Destroyed City. Artist: Ossip Zadkine.
1993: Kunsthal Rotterdam. Architect: Rem Koolhaas.
The Destroyed City, a sculpture by Ossip Zadkine, is located in Rotterdam.
The Destroyed City, a sculpture by Ossip Zadkine, is located in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
1965: Infinity Mirror Room – Phalli’s Field (installation). Artist: Yayoi Kusama.

Tilburg
De Pont Museum
1996: Luise (six watercolors). Artist: Thomas Schütte.

Utrecht
1924: Schröder House (Rietvelt Schröder House). Architect: Gerrit Rietveld.
1993–1997: Educatorium, University of Utrecht. Architect: Rem Koolhaas.
Gerrit Rietveld designed the Schröder House, which is located in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Gerrit Rietveld designed the Schröder House, which is located in Utrecht, The Netherlands.

NORWAY

Bygdoy
Viking Ship Museum, University of Oslo
c. 815-825 CE: Animal Head Post, Oseberg Viking Ship Burial. Artist: Unknown.

Oslo
National Gallery
1885-1886: The Sick Child. Artist: Edvard Munch.
1893: The Scream: Artist: Edvard Munch.
1894: Ashes. Artist: Edvard Munch.
1894-1895: Madonna. Artist: Edvard Munch.
1894-1895: Puberty. Artist: Edvard Munch.
1899-1900: The Dance of Life. Artist: Edvard Munch.

Munch Museum
1893: The Scream: Artist: Edvard Munch.
1894: Madonna. Artist: Edvard Munch.
1893-1895: Death in the Sickroom. Artist: Edvard Munch.
1895: Love and Pain (‘Vampire’). Artist: Edvard Munch.
1910: The Scream: Artist: Edvard Munch.

Astrup Fernley Museum of Modern Art
1993: Mother and Child Divided. Artist: Damien Hirst.

POLAND

Gdańsk
National Museum
1467-1471: The Last Judgment. Artist: Hans Memling.

Krakow
St. Mary’s Basilica
1477-1489: St. Mary’s Altarpiece (Altarpiece of Veit Stoss). Artist: Veit Stoss.
The Altar of Veit Stoss in St. Mary's Basilica, Krakow, Poland.
The Altar of Veit Stoss in St. Mary’s Basilica, Krakow, Poland.

Czartoryski Museum
c. 1490: Lady with an Ermine. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci. Poznań

National Museum
1880-1881: The Thinker (plaster cast, 1904). Artist: Auguste Rodin.

PORTUGAL

Lisbon
Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga
1500-1501: The Temptation of St. Anthony (Triptych of the Temptation of St. Anthony). Artist: Hieronymus Bosch.

Chiado Museum
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Centro Cultural de Belém
1936: Lobster Telephone (white version). Artist: Salvador Dalí.

Porto
2001–2005: Casa da Música. Architect: Rem Koolhaas.
Casa da Música, designed by Rem Koolhaas, is located in Porto, Portugal.
Casa da Música, designed by Rem Koolhaas, is located in Porto, Portugal.

ROMANIA

Constanța
National History and Archaeology Museum
c. 5000 BCE: Thinker of Cernavoda (Ganditorul) (Hamangia Culture). Artist: Unknown.

Craiova
Muzeul de Arta
1907: The Kiss. Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.

Târgu Jiu
1918: The Endless Column (1938). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
1935-1938: Sculptural Ensemble at Târgu Jiu. Artist: Constantin Brancusi.
The Table of Silence is one component of Constantin Brâncuși 's sculptural ensemble at Târgu Jiu in Romania.
The Table of Silence is one component of Constantin Brâncuși’s sculptural ensemble at Târgu Jiu in Romania.

RUSSIA

Moscow
1329-1333: The Kremlin (includes five palaces, four cathedrals, walls & towers). Architects: Aristotle Fioravanti; Antonio Solario; Marco Ruffo; Matvey Kazakov; Osip Bove; Konstantin Thon. Additional work: 1366-1368; 1462; 1476; 1485-1495; 1505-1508; 1596-1676; 1776; 1816-1819; 1839-1849.
1553: Red Square (includes plaza and surrounding buildings, including: Kremlin (14th-18th Centuries); St. Basil’s Cathedral (1554-1561); Kazan Cathedral (1612-1625); Zemsky Prikaz (c. 1700); State Historical Museum (1881); GUM Department Store (1893); Lenin’s Mausoleum (1924)). Architects: Various.
1554-1561: St. Basil’s Cathedral (Cathedral of the Protection of Most Holy Theotokos on the Moat; Pokrovsky Cathedral). Architects: Barma & Postnik Yakolev (attrib.).
A view of the Kremlin in Moscow.
A view of the Kremlin in Moscow.

State Tretyakov Gallery
c. 1100-1130: Our Lady of Vladimir. Artist: Unknown.
1408-1425: Holy Trinity Icon. Artist: Andrei Rublev.
1880-1883: Religious Procession in Kursk Province. Artist: Ilya Repin.
1913: Composition VII. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky.
1915: Black Square (Black Suprematic Square). Artist: Kazimir Malevich.

Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts
1873: Boulevard des Capucines. Artist: Claude Monet.
1904-1906: Mont Sainte-Victoire from Les Lauves. Artist: Paul Cézanne.
1910: Portrait of Ambroise Vollard. Artist: Pablo Picasso.

Nizhnij Novgorod
The Fine Arts Museum
1912-1913: Reaper on Red Background (The Reaper). Artist: Kazimir Malevich.

St. Petersburg
1770-1782: Monument to Peter the Great (The Bronze Horseman). Artist: Étienne-Maurice Falconet.
Falconet's Monument to Peter the Great, in St. Petersburg.
Falconet’s Monument to Peter the Great, in St. Petersburg.

State Hermitage Museum
c. 23,000-21,000 BCE: Venus of Kostenki. Artist: Unknown.
c. 1504: Judith. Artist: Giorgione.
1553-1554: Danaë. Artist: Titian.
1661-1669: The Return of the Prodigal Son. Artist: Rembrandt.
1780: Portrait of a Lady in Blue. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.
1781: Portrait of Voltaire, Seated. Artist: Jean-Antoine Houdon.
1794-1797: Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss (Psyche Awakened by Eros; Psyche and Cupid) Artist: Antonio Canova. (marble)
1875: Place de la Concorde. Artist: Edgar Degas.
1908: The Dessert – Harmony in Red (The Red Room). Artist: Henri Matisse.
1908-1909: In the Tropical Forest, Combat between a Tiger and a Buffalo. Artist: Henri Rousseau.
1910: The Dance. Artist: Henri Matisse.
1910: Music. Artist: Henri Matisse.
1913: Composition VI. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky.
1915: Black Square (Black Suprematic Square). Artist: Kazimir Malevich.
2001: Sky Mirror. Artist: Anish Kapoor.
An interior view of the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia.
An interior view of the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia.

State Russian Museum
1870-1873: Barge Haulers on the Volga. Artist: Ilya Repin.
1915: Black Square (Black Suprematic Square). Artist: Kazimir Malevich.
1915: Black Circle. Artist: Kazimir Malevich.
1915: Painterly Realism of a Peasant Woman in Two Dimensions (Red Square). Artist: Kazimir Malevich.
1933: Self-Portrait. Artist: Kazimir Malevich.

Vyborg
1927-1935: Viipuri Municipal Library (Vyborg Library). Architect: Alvar Aalto.
A interior view of the Vyborg Municipal Library, designed by Alvar Aalto.
A interior view of the Municipal Library in Vyborg, Russia, designed by Alvar Aalto when the town, then called Viipuri, was part of Finland.

SPAIN

Barcelona
1882-Present: Sagrada Familia (Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família). Architect: Antoni Gaudí.
1886-1888: Palau Güell (Güell Palace). Architect: Antoni Gaudí.
1883-1889: Casa Vicens. Architect: Antoni Gaudí.
1898-1900: Casa Calvet. Architect: Antoni Gaudí.
1904-1906: Casa Batlló. Architect: Antoni Gaudí.
1905-1912: Casa Milà (La Pedrera). Architect: Antoni Gaudì.
1900-1914: Parc Güell. Architect: Antoni Gaudí.
1928-1929. Barcelona Pavilion (German Pavilion, 1929 International Exposition). Architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Dismantled 1930; reconstructed 1983-1986.
2005: Torre Agbar (Agbar Tower). Architect: Jean Nouvel.
Torre Agbar, in Barcelona, was designed by Jean Nouvel.
Torre Agbar in Barcelona was designed by Jean Nouvel.

Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Picasso Museum
1902: Blue Nude. Artist: Pablo Picasso.
1957: Las Meninas (after Velázquez) (series of 58 paintings). Artist: Pablo Picasso.

Fundació Joan Miró
1937: Mercury Fountain. Artist: Alexander Calder.
1939-1941: The Morning Star (from Constellations). Artist: Joan Miró.
1967: The Gold of the Azure. Artist: Joan Miró.

Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art
1972: Baldessari Sings LeWitt (video). Artist: John Baldessari.

Bilbao
1993-1997: Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Architect: Frank Gehry.
Frank Gehry designed the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain.
Frank Gehry designed the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain.

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao
1963: Nine Discourses on Commodus (series of nine panels). Artist: Cy Twombly.
1992: Puppy. Artist: Jeff Koons.
1994-1997: Snake. Artist: Richard Serra.
1999: Maman (bronze cast). Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
2005: The Matter of Time (installation). Artist: Richard Serra.

Cantabria
c. 13,000-11,000 BCE: Cave Paintings, Altamira Cave. Artists: Unknown.
Paintings on the ceiling of the Altamira Cave.
Paintings on the ceiling of the Altamira Cave.

Córdoba
784-987 CE: Great Mosque of Córdoba (Mezquita; Cathedral of Córdoba). Architect: Unknown.
An interior view of the Great Mosque of Córdoba.
An interior view of the Great Mosque of Córdoba.

Granada
1238-1391: The Alhambra. Architects: Unknown. Additional work: 1527 (Palace of Charles V).
The Court of Lions in the Alhambra.
The Court of Lions in the Alhambra, which is located in Granada, Spain.

Madrid
Museo del Prado
1438: The Werl Altarpiece (The Werl Triptych). Artist: Robert Campin (attribution in question).
1435-1440: Descent from the Cross (Deposition). Artist: Rogier van der Weyden.
1460-1464: Death of the Virgin (Dormition of the Virgin). Artist: Andrea Mantegna.
c. 1494: Cutting the Stone (The Cure of Folly). Artist: Hieronymus Bosch.
1498: Self-Portrait Artist: Albrecht Dürer.
1507: Adam und Eve. Artist: Albrecht Dürer.
1490-1510: The Garden of Earthly Delights Artist: Hieronymus Bosch.
1500-1516: The Temptation of St. Anthony. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch.
c. 1516: The Haywain Triptych. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch.
1523-1526: The Bacchanal of the Andrians. Artist: Titian.
1539-1544: The Three Ages of Man and Death. Artist: Hans Baldung Grien.
c. 1548: Christ Washing the Disciples’ Feet. Artist: Tintoretto.
1553-1554: Danaë with Nursemaid (Danaë Receiving the Golden Rain). Artist: Titian.
1562: The Triumph of Death. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
1577-1579: The Holy Trinity. Artist: El Greco.
1612-1614: The Adoration of the Shepherds. Artist: El Greco.
1624–1627: Portrait of Philip IV. Artist: Diego Velázquez.
1628–1629: The Triumph of Bacchus (Los Borrachos). Artist: Diego Velázquez.
1633: The Labors of Hercules (series of ten paintings). Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán.
c. 1633-1634: The Garden of Love. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens.
1634: The Defense of Cadiz against the English. Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán.
c. 1630-1635: The Three Graces. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens.
1634–1635: The Surrender of Breda. Artist: Diego Velázquez.
1656: Las Meninas (The Maids of Honor). Artist: Diego Velázquez.
1660: St. Luke as a Painter before Christ on the Cross. Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán.
c. 1770: Abraham and the Three Angels. Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo.
1797-1799: Los Caprichos (1st edition, prints). Artist: Francisco Goya.
1797-1800: The Naked Maja (La maja desnuda). Artist: Francisco Goya.
1800-1801: Charles IV of Spain and His Family. Artist: Francisco Goya.
1800-1805: The Clothed Maja (La maja vestida). Artist: Francisco Goya.
1810: The Colossus. Artist: Francisco Goya (attribution in question).
1814: The Third of May, 1808. Artist: Francisco Goya.
1819-1823: Saturn Devouring His Son (from The Black Paintings). Artist: Francisco Goya.
1819-1823: The Dog (from The Black Paintings) Artist: Francisco Goya.
1819-1823: Witches’ Sabbath (The Great He-Goat) (from The Black Paintings). Artist: Francisco Goya.
1819-1823: Fantastic Vision (Asmodea) (from The Black Paintings). Artist: Francisco Goya.
1819-1823: A Pilgrimage to San Isidro (from The Black Paintings). Artist: Francisco Goya.
An interior view of the Museo del Prado in Madrid, Spain.
An interior view of the Museo del Prado in Madrid, Spain.

Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum
1536-1537: King Henry VIII. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger.
1876: The Psyche Mirror (Psyche; The Cheval-Glass). Artist: Berthe Morisot.
1940-1941: Three Seated Figures (from Shelter Drawings). Artist: Henry Moore.
1940-1941: Two Mothers Holding Children (from Shelter Drawings). Artist: Henry Moore.
1944: Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee around a Pomegranate a Second before Awakening. Artist: Salvador Dalí.
1965: Reflection with Two Children (Self-Portrait). Artist: Lucian Freud.

Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía
1929: The Great Masturbator. Artist: Salvador Dalí.
1937: Guernica. Artist: Pablo Picasso.
2006: Wichte (Imps) (series of 12 bronze sculptures). Artist: Thomas Schütte.

Cerralbo Museum
1616: Immaculate Conception. Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán.

Majorca
1971–1973: Can Lis (The Utzon House). Architect: Jørn Utzon.
 Jørn Utzon designed Can Lis on the Spanish island of Majorca as a residence for himself and his family.
Jørn Utzon designed Can Lis on the Spanish island of Majorca as a residence for himself and his family.

Oviedo
Collection Masaveu
1954-1955: L’Atelier: VIII. Artist: Georges Braque.

San Lorenzo de El Escorial
1562-1584: El Escorial (Royal Seat of San Lorenzo de El Escorial). Architects: Juan Bautista de Toledo, Juan de Herrera.
The Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial.
The Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial.

Monasterio de San Lorenzo, El Escorial
1630: Joseph’s Bloody Coat brought to Jacob. Artist: Diego Velázquez.

Santa Cruz de Tenerife
1997-2003: Auditorio de Tenerife. Architect: Santiago Calatrava.
Auditorio de Tenerife, in the Canary Islands of Spain, was designed by Santiago Calatrava.
Auditorio de Tenerife, in the Canary Islands of Spain, was designed by Santiago Calatrava.

Santiago de Compostela
Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela
c. 1103-1117: Relief Sculptures, South Façade (Das Pratarías). Artist: Master of Estaban.

Seville
1989-1992: Puente del Alamillo (Alamillo Bridge). Architect: Santiago Calatrava.
Puente del Alamillo is a bridge designed by Santiago Calatrava and located in Seville, Spain.
Puente del Alamillo is a bridge designed by Santiago Calatrava and located in Seville, Spain.

Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes
1631: The Apotheosis of St. Thomas Aquinas. Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán.

Toledo
Toledo Cathedral
1577-1579: The Disrobing of Christ. Artist: El Greco.
El Greco's The Disrobing of Christ is located in the Cathedral of Toledo, Spain.
El Greco’s The Disrobing of Christ is located in the Cathedral of Toledo, Spain.

Santo Tomé Church
1586-1588: The Burial of the Count of Orgaz. Artist: El Greco.

Valencia
1996-2005: City of Arts and Sciences (Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències) (multiple buildings). Architects: Santiago Calatrava & Félix Candela.
The City of Arts and Sciences, a complex of cultural buildings in Valencia, Spain, was designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela.
The City of Arts and Sciences, a complex of cultural buildings in Valencia, Spain, was designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela.

SWEDEN

Malmö
2001-2005: Turning Torso. Architect: Santiago Calatrava.
Located in Malmö, Sweden, Turning Torso was designed by Santiago Calatrava.
Located in Malmö, Sweden, Turning Torso was designed by Santiago Calatrava.

Stockholm
Waldemarsudde
1880-1881: The Thinker (bronze cast, 1908). Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Nationalmuseum
1914: The Child’s Brain. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico.

Moderna Museet
1917: Fountain (1963 replica). Artist: Marcel Duchamp.
1959: Monogram. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.

Uppsala
Museum Gustavianum, University Art Collections
1551: Butcher’s Stall (Butcher’s Stall with the Flight Into Egypt). Artist: Pieter Aertsen.

SWITZERLAND

Basel
Kunstmuseum Basel
1521: The Body of the Dead Christ in the Tomb Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger.
1528: The Artist’s Family. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger.
1880: The Isle of the Dead. Artist: Arnold Böcklin.
1889: The Burghers of Calais (bronze cast, 1943). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1904-1906: Mont Sainte-Victoire from Les Lauves. Artist: Paul Cézanne.
1911-1912: The Portuguese. Artist: Georges Braque.
1913-1914: The Bride of the Wind (The Tempest). Artist: Oskar Kokoschka.
1914: The Praying Jew (Rabbi of Vitebsk). Artist: Marc Chagall.
1922: Senecio (Head of a Man Going Senile). Artist: Paul Klee.
1927-1928: The Great Forest. Artist: Max Ernst.
1930-1931: Suspended Ball. Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1963: Hopeless. Artist: Roy Lichtenstein.
1969: Untitled (from the Blackboard Paintings, aka Gray Paintings). Artist: Cy Twombly.
1971: Nini’s Painting (one of five). Artist: Cy Twombly.

Museum für Gegenwartskunst
1967: The True Artist Helps the World by Revealing Mystic Truths (Window or Wall Sign) (neon). Artist: Bruce Nauman.

Bern
Kunstmuseum Bern
1889-1890: The Night. Artist: Ferdinand Hodler.
1932: Ad Parnassum. Artist: Paul Klee.

Zentrum Paul Klee
1940: Death and Fire. Artist: Paul Klee.
1940: Untitled (Last Still Life). Artist: Paul Klee.

Geneva
Musée d’Art et d’Histoire
1444: The Miraculous Draught of Fishes. Artist: Konrad Witz.
1880-1881: The Thinker (bronze cast, 1896). Artist: Auguste Rodin.

M.T. Abraham Foundation, Paris and Geneva
1881: Little Dancer of Fourteen Years. Artist: Edgar Degas.

Simon Spierer Collection
1935: The Human Condition (II). Artist: René Magritte.

Lausanne
Olympic Museum
1992: Five Pointed Star with Color Bands (silkscreen print). Artist: Sol LeWitt.

Lucerne
2000: Cultural and Conference Centre. Architect: Jean Nouvel.
Jean Nouvel designed the Culture & Conference Center in Lucerne, Switzerland.
Jean Nouvel designed the Culture & Conference Center in Lucerne, Switzerland.

Riehen
Fondation Beyeler
1905: The Hungry Lion Throws itself on the Antelope. Artist: Henri Rousseau.
1957: Portrait of Jean Genet. Artist: Alberto Giacometti.

Winterhur
Stiftung Oskar Reinhart
1818: Chalk Cliffs on Rugen. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.

Zürich
1983-1990: Stadelhofen Railway Station. Architect: Santiago Calatrava.
Stadelhof Railway Station, in Zürich, Switzerland, was designed by Santiago Calatrava.
Stadelhof Railway Station, in Zürich, Switzerland, was designed by Santiago Calatrava.

Foundation E.G. Bührle Collection
1888–1890: The Boy in the Red Vest. Artist: Paul Cézanne.

Kunsthaus Zürich
1917: The Gates of Hell (bronze cast, 1949). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1930-1931: Suspended Ball. Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1964-1966: War. Artist: Marc Chagall.
1983: Dinner in Dresden. Artist: Georg Baselitz.
1989: 45 (series of 20). Artist: Georg Baselitz.

UNITED KINGDOM

England

Near Bakewell, Derbyshire
Chatsworth House
1627-1633: The Shepherds of Arcadia. Artist: Nicolas Poussin.

Birmingham
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery
1856: The Blind Girl. Artist: John Everett Millais.
1884: King Cophetua and the Beggar Maid (full-size cartoon). Artist: Edward Burne-Jones.
1974: Rock Drill. Artist: Jacob Epstein (reconstruction by Ken Cook and Ann Christopher).

Cambridge
1676-1684: Trinity College Library. Architect: Christopher Wren.
A n interior view of the Trinity College Library, Cambridge, UK, designed by Christopher Wren.
An interior view of the Trinity College Library, Cambridge, UK, designed by Christopher Wren.

Fitzwilliam Museum
518-465 BCE: Relief Sculptures, Persepolis (Persian). Artists: Unknown.
1637-1640: The Seven Sacraments (first series): Extreme Unction. Artist: Nicolas Poussin.
1794: The Ancient of Days (frontispiece illustration for Europe: A Prophecy) (Copy K). Artist: William Blake.
1852-1855: The Last of England. Artist: Ford Madox Brown.
1907: Mornington Crescent Nude. Artist: Walter Richard Sickert.

Parker Library, Corpus Christi College
c. 1135: The Bury Bible. Artist: Master Hugo.

Near Chichester
Edward James Foundation, West Dean College
1936: Lobster Telephone (black version). Artist: Salvador Dalí.

Durham
1093-1280: Durham Cathedral (Cathedral Church of Christ, Blessed Mary the Virgin; St. Cuthbert of Durham). Architects: George Nicholson & James Wyatt; George Scott. Additional work: 15th Century; 18th Century; 19th Century.
Durham Cathedral in Durham, UK.
The Romanesque Durham Cathedral in Durham, UK.

Gateshead
1998: Angel of the North. Artist: Antony Gormley.
Angel of the North, by Anthony Gormley, is located in XXX, UK.
Angel of the North, by Antony Gormley, is located in Gateshead, UK.

Glyndebourne
1975: Sets and Costumes, The Rake’s Progress. Artist: David Hockney. Temporary performances.
1978: Sets and Costumes, The Magic Flute. Artist: David Hockney. Temporary performances.
David Hockney's set design for the 1978 Glyndebourne production of The Magic Flute.
One of David Hockney’s sets for the 1978 Glyndebourne production of The Magic Flute.

Greenwich
1616-1619: The Queen’s House. Architect: Inigo Jones. Additional work: 1635; 1807.
1696-1715: Royal Naval Hospital. Architect: Christopher Wren.
The Queen's House, in Greenwich, UK, was designed by Inigo Jones.
The Queen’s House, in Greenwich, UK, was designed by Inigo Jones.

Ilfracombe
2003-2012: Verity. Artist: Damien Hirst.
Verity, by Damien Hirst, is located at Ilfracombe, UK.
Verity, by Damien Hirst, is located at Ilfracombe, UK.

Kew
Royal Botanic Gardens (Kew Gardens)
1968-1970: Oval with Points (multiple casts). Artist: Henry Moore.
Oval with Points, by Henry Moore, is located at Kew Gardens, UK.
Oval with Points, by Henry Moore, is located at Kew Gardens, UK.

Leeds
Leeds Art Gallery
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Leicester
Leicester Arts and Museums Service
1991-1992: Concrete Cabin I. Artist: Peter Doig.

Lincolnshire
Ancaster Collection, Grimsthorpe Castle
1736: Four Times of the Day: Noon and Evening. Artist: William Hogarth.

Liverpool
Walker Art Gallery
1536-1537: Portrait of Henry VIII (from Whitehall Tudor Dynasty Mural) (copy). Artist: Unknown. (Original destroyed.)
1648: Landscape with the Ashes of Phocion (The Widow of Phocion Collects His Ashes). Artist: Nicolas Poussin.
1849: Isabella (Lorenzo and Isabella). Artist: John Everett Millais.
1951: Interior at Paddington. Artist: Lucian Freud.
2011: Cardinal Sin. Artist: Banksy.

Tate Liverpool
1927: The Menaced Assassin. Artist: René Magritte.

London
1078: Tower of London (Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress). Architects: Unknown. White Tower built in 1078. Additional work: 1190s; 1285; 1377-1399.
1245-1517: Westminster Abbey (Collegiate Church of St. Peter at Westminster). Architects: Henry Yevele; Nicholas Hawksmoor. Previous abbey built 1042-1090. Additional work: 1722-1745.
1619-1622: Banqueting House. Architect: Inigo Jones.
1623-1627: The Queen’s Chapel. Architect: Inigo Jones.
1682-1692: Royal Hospital, Chelsea. Architect: Christopher Wren.
1689-1700: Façade, Hampton Court Palace. Architect: Christopher Wren.
1675-1720: St. Paul’s Cathedral (Cathedral Church of St. Paul the Apostle). Architect: Sir Christopher Wren.
1762-1837: Buckingham Palace. Architects: John Nash; Edmund Blore; Sir Aston Webb. Original structure built in 1705; additional work: 1847-1850; 1913.
1823-1857: British Museum. Architect: Sir Robert Smirke.
1866-1868: St. Pancras Railway Station. Architect: William Henry Barlow. Restoration/renovation: 2004-2007.
1836-1870: Houses of Parliament (Palace of Westminster). Architects: Charles Barry & Augustus Pugin.
1873-1880: Natural History Museum. Architect: Alfred Waterhouse.
1886-1894: Tower Bridge. Architect: Horace Jones.
1978-1986: Lloyd’s Building. Architect: Richard Rogers.
1999: Quantum Cloud. Artist: Antony Gormley.
2003: London City Hall. Architect: Norman Foster.
2000-2004: 30 St Mary Axe (“The Gherkin”) (formerly Swiss Re Building). Architect: Norman Foster.
2011: London Aquatics Centre. Architect: Zaha Hadid.
2009-2012: London Bridge Tower (The Shard). Architect: Renzo Piano.
The Shard, by Renzo Piano, in London, UK.
The Shard, by Renzo Piano, in London, UK.

Trafalgar Square
2007: Model for a Hotel. Artist: Thomas Schütte. Temporary installation.
2009: One & Other. Artist: Antony Gormley. Temporary installation.
Amanda Hall, who built a human figure out of bread, was one of 2,400 UK citizens who occupied the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square for one hour each in Antony Gormley's 2009 project One & Other.
Amanda Hall, who built a human figure out of bread, was one of 2,400 UK citizens who occupied the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square for one hour each in Antony Gormley’s 2009 project One & Other.

Broadgate
1985-1987: Fulcrum. Artist: Richard Serra.
Fulcrum, by Richard Serra, is installed in Broadgate, London, UK.
Fulcrum, by Richard Serra, is installed in Broadgate, London, UK.

Olympic Park
2012: ArcelorMittal Orbit. Artist: Anish Kapoor.
The ArcelorMittal Orbit was designed for the 2012 London Olympics by Anish Kapoor.
The ArcelorMittal Orbit was designed for the 2012 London Olympics by Anish Kapoor.

British Museum
2001: Great Court (renovation). Architect: Norman Foster.
Norman Foster designed the renovated Great Court of the British Museum in London, UK.
Norman Foster designed the renovated Great Court of the British Museum in London, UK.

British Museum
c. 2600-2400 BCE: Ram in a Thicket (Sumerian). Artist: Unknown.
2600-2400 BCE: Standard of Ur (Sumerian). Artist: Unknown.
c. 2700-1900 BCE: Mohenjo-Daro Seals (Indus Valley/Harappan). Artists: Unknown.
c. 1390-1350 BCE: Nebamun Hunting Fowl in the Marshes (Egyptian). Artist: Unknown.
c. 900-700 BCE: Lioness Devouring a Boy (Assyrian/Phoenician). Artist: Unknown.
c. 645-635 BCE: Ashurbanipal Hunting Lions (Lion Hunt Frieze) (Assyrian). Artist: Unknown.
c. 518-465 BCE: Relief Sculptures, Persepolis (Persian). Artists: Unknown.
c. 443-438 BCE: Parthenon Frieze (Ancient Greek). Artist: Phidias (attrib.).
c. 438-432 BCE; Three Goddesses (Parthenon) (Ancient Greek. Artist: Unknown.
c. 450-400 BCE: Basse-Yutz Flagons (Celtic/La Tène). Artist: Unknown.
c. 357-350 BCE: Amazon Frieze, Mausoleum of Halicarnassus (Ancient Greek/Persian). Artists: Leochares, Bryaxis, Scopas of Paros & Timotheus.
c. 350-50 BCE: Battersea Shield (Celtic). Artist: Unknown.
c. 200 BCE-300 CE: Relief Sculptures, Great Stupa of Amaravati (Mauryan). Artist: Unknown.
c. 1647-1649: The Hundred Guilder Print (Christ Preaching) (print). Artist: Rembrandt.
1788: Poem of the Pillow (woodblock prints). Artist: Kitagawa Utamaro.
1794: The Ancient of Days (frontispiece illustration for Europe: A Prophecy) (Copy D). Artist: William Blake.
1912: The Prophet (print). Artist: Emil Nolde.
An interior view of the British Museum, designed by Sir Robert Smirke.
An interior view of the British Museum, designed by Sir Robert Smirke.

British Library
c. 700-715 CE: Lindisfarne Gospels. Artist: Eadfrith of Lindisfarne (attrib.).
2002: Planets. Artist: Antony Gormley.

National Gallery
c. 1312-1315: The Virgin and Child with Sts. Dominic and Aurea. Artist: Duccio.
c. 1395-1399: The Wilton Diptych. Artist: Unknown.
1426: Madonna and Child with Angels. Artist: Masaccio.
1433: Portrait of a Man in a Red Turban. Artist: Jan van Eyck.
1434: Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and his Wife (The Arnolfini Portrait) (The Arnolfini Wedding). Artist: Jan van Eyck.
c. 1438–1440: The Battle of San Romano I: Niccolò Mauruzi da Tolentino. Artist: Paolo Uccello.
c. 1448–1450: The Baptism of Christ. Artist: Piero della Francesca.
1465: The Agony in the Garden. Artist: Giovanni Bellini.
c. 1470: St. George and the Dragon. Artist: Paolo Uccello.
1475-1476: Portrait of a Man. Artist: Antonello da Messina.
1483-1485: Venus and Mars. Artist: Sandro Botticelli.
1501: Portrait of Doge Leonardo Loredan. Artist: Giovanni Bellini.
1505: Madonna of the Meadow (Madonna del Prato). Artist: Giovanni Bellini.
1495-1508: Virgin of the Rocks (II). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci.
1520-1523: Bacchus and Ariadne. Artist: Titian.
1523: Portrait of Erasmus of Rotterdam Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger.
1526-1528: Lady with a Squirrel and a Starling. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger.
1533: The Ambassadors. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger.
c. 1545: Venus, Cupid, Folly and Time. Artist: Agnolo Bronzino.
1555-1558: St. George and the Dragon. Artist: Tintoretto.
1565-1570: The Family of Darius before Alexander. Artist: Paolo Veronese.
1578: The Rape of Europa. Artist: Paolo Veronese.
c. 1575-1580: The Origin of the Milky Way. Artist: Tintoretto.
c. 1600: Christ Driving the Money Changers from the Temple. Artist: El Greco.
1601: Supper at Emmaus. Artist: Caravaggio.
1609-1610: Samson and Delilah. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens.
c. 1636: A View of Het Steen in the Early Morning. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens.
1636-1637: Interior of Grote Kerk in Haarlem. Artist: Pieter Jansz. Saenredam.
1635-1639: St. Francis in Meditation (erect posture). Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán.
1636-1639: The Judgment of Paris. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens.
1639: St. Francis in Meditation (leaning forward). Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán.
1641: Port Scene with the Embarkation of St. Ursula. Artist: Claude Lorrain.
1648: Seaport with the Embarkation of the Queen of Sheba. Artist: Claude Lorrain.
c. 1725-1730: The Stonemason’s Yard (Venice: Campo Santa Vidal and Santa Maria Della Carita). Artist: Canaletto.
c. 1735-1736: The Young Schoolmistress. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin.
1743-1745: Marriage à-la-mode (series of six paintings). Artist: William Hogarth.
1748-1750: Mr. and Mrs. Andrews. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.
1756: The Painter’s Daughters Chasing a Butterfly. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.
1767–1768: An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump. Artist: Joseph Wright of Derby.
1775-1777: Portrait of Mrs. Graham. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.
1777: The Watering Place. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.
1785: Mr. and Mrs. William Hallett (The Morning Walk). Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.
1785: Portrait of Mrs. Sarah Siddons. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.
1811: Winter Landscape. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich.
1816-1817: Weymouth Bay: Bowleaze Cove and Jordon Hill. Artist: John Constable.
1821: The Hay Wain. Artist: John Constable.
1826: The Cornfield. Artist: John Constable.
1829: Ulysses Deriding Polyphemus. Artist: J.M.W. Turner.
1831: Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows. Artist: John Constable. On loan from private collection.
1839: The Fighting Temeraire Tugged to Her Last Berth to be Broken up, 1838 (The Fighting Temeraire). Artist: J.M.W. Turner.
1844: Rain, Steam and Speed – The Great Western Railway. Artist: J.M.W. Turner.
1862: Music in the Tuileries Gardens. Artist: Édouard Manet.
1875: Woman with a Parasol. Artist: Claude Monet.
1879: Miss La La at the Cirque Fernando. Artist: Edgar Degas.
1879: Summer’s Day. Artist: Berthe Morisot.
1884: Bathers at Asnières. Artist: Georges Seurat.
1888: Sunflowers. Artist: Vincent van Gogh.
1891: Surprised! (Tiger in a Tropical Storm). Artist: Henri Rousseau.
1898: Boulevard Montmarte at Night. Artist: Camille Pissarro.
1899: The Water-Lily Pond. Artist: Claude Monet.
1918: The Family. Artist: Egon Schiele.
An interior view of the National Gallery in London.
An interior view of the National Gallery in London.

Victoria & Albert Museum
1539-1540: Ardabil Carpet. Artist: Maqsud of Kashan.
c. 1585-1590: Young Man among Roses. Artist: Nicholas Hilliard.
1758: Madame de Pompadour. Artist: François Boucher.
1788: Poem of the Pillow (woodblock prints). Artist: Kitagawa Utamaro.
c. 1804-1807: Crambe Beck Bridge (formerly Chirk Aqueduct). Artist: John Sell Cotman.
1815: Boatbuilding near Flatford Mill. Artist: John Constable.
1823: Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishop’s Grounds. Artist: John Constable.
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1963: Twentysix Gasoline Stations (book with 26 photographs). Artist: Ed Ruscha.
1988: The Fallen Easel. Artist: John Baldessari.
1997: Action Photo I, After Hans Namuth (from Pictures of Chocolate). Artist: Vik Muniz.
An exhibit hall at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
An exhibit hall at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

The Wallace Collection
1624: The Laughing Cavalier. Artist: Frans Hals.
c. 1636: Landscape with a Rainbow. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens.
c. 1638: Dance to the Music of Time. Artist: Nicolas Poussin.
1732-1734: The Rape of Europa. Artist: François Boucher.
1767: The Swing. Artist: Jean-Honoré Fragonard.

Tate Britain
1749: The Gate of Calais (The Roast Beef of Old England). Artist: William Hogarth.
1786: Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing. Artist: William Blake.
c. 1825-1826: The Body of Abel found by Adam and Eve. Artist: William Blake.
1842: Snow Storm: Steamboat off a Harbour’s Mouth. Artist: J.M.W. Turner.
1850: Christ in the House of his Parents. Artist: John Everett Millais.
1852-1853: Ophelia. Artist: John Everett Millais.
1864: Symphony in White, No. 2: The Little White Girl. Artist: James McNeill Whistler.
1871: The Boyhood of Raleigh. Artist: John Everett Millais.
1871-1872: Nocturne in Blue and Silver: Chelsea. Artist: James McNeill Whistler.
1872-1877: Nocturne: Blue and Gold – Old Battersea Bridge. Artist: James McNeill Whistler.
1876-1880: The Golden Stairs. Artist: Edward Burne-Jones.
1884: King Cophetua and the Beggar Maid. Artist: Edward Burne-Jones.
1888: The Lady of Shalott. Artist: John William Waterhouse.
1889: The Kiss (marble cast, 1900). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1916 Torso in Metal (from Rock Drill). Artist: Jacob Epstein.
1944: Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion. Artist: Francis Bacon.
1947: Girl with a Kitten. Artist: Lucian Freud.
1949: Study for Portrait. Artist: Francis Bacon.
1952: King and Queen. Artist: Henry Moore.
1954-1955: Portrait of Jean Genet. Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1965-1966: Girlfriends I (print). Artist: Sigmar Polke.
1967: A Bigger Splash. Artist: David Hockney.
1975: Stack. Artist: Tony Cragg.
1988: Six Bottles (Large), State 1 (print). Artist: Tony Cragg.
1996: Concrete Cabin III (print). Artist: Peter Doig.
An interior view of Tate Britain in London.
An interior view of Tate Britain in London.

Tate Modern
1905: Portrait of Matisse. Artist: André Derain.
1911-1912: Head. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani.
1913: Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (bronze cast, 1972). Artist: Umberto Boccioni.
1913: The Uncertainty of the Poet. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico.
1912-1914: Windows Open Simultaneously (First Part, Third Motif). Artist: Robert Delaunay.
1916: Suicide. Artist: George Grosz.
1917: Fountain (replica, 1964). Artist: Marcel Duchamp.
1921: The Elephant Celebes. Artist: Max Ernst.
1927-1928: Forest and Dove. Artist: Max Ernst.
1930-1931: The Back (IV) (bronze cast, 1955-1956). Artist: Henri Matisse.
1930-1931: Suspended Ball. Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1937: The Weeping Woman. Artist: Pablo Picasso.
1937: The Metamorphosis of Narcissus. Artist: Salvador Dalí.
1936: Lobster Telephone (black). Artist: Salvador Dalí.
1938-1943: Garden in Sochi. Artist: Arshile Gorky.
1943: Waterfall. Artist: Arshile Gorky.
1960-1961: 0 through 9. Artist: Jasper Johns.
1962: Marilyn Diptych. Artist: Andy Warhol.
1963: Whaam! Artist: Roy Lichtenstein.
1963: Twentysix Gasoline Stations (book with 26 photographs). Artist: Ed Ruscha.
1963: Fall. Artist: Bridget Riley.
1965-1966: The Rebel (from the Heroes series). Artist: Georg Baselitz.
1969: Apparatus Whereby One Potato Can Orbit Another. Artist: Sigmar Polke.
1970: Felt Suit. Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1970–1971: Mr. and Mrs. Clark and Percy. Artist: David Hockney.
1958-1985: Lightning with Stag in its Glare. Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1964-1985: Fat Chair. Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1999: Maman (steel cast). Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
2002: Marsyas. Artist: Anish Kapoor. Temporary installation, Turbine Hall.
2003: The Weather Project. Artist: Olafur Eliasson. Temporary installation, Turbine Hall.
2008: Bacchus (three paintings from series). Artist: Cy Twombly.
An interior view of Tate Modern in London.
An interior view of Tate Modern in London.

Tate Collection
1770: A Lion Attacking A Horse. Artist: George Stubbs.
1940-1941: Grey Tube Shelter (from Shelter Drawings). Artist: Henry Moore.
1940-1941: Shelter Scene (from Shelter Drawings). Artist: Henry Moore.
1940-1941: Bunks and Sleepers (from Shelter Drawings). Artist: Henry Moore.
1940-1941: Tube Shelter Perspective (from Shelter Drawings). Artist: Henry Moore.
1940-1941: Shelterers in the Tube (from Shelter Drawings). Artist: Henry Moore.
1940-1941: Woman Seated in the Underground (from Shelter Drawings). Artist: Henry Moore. 1940-1941: A Tilbury Shelter Scene (from Shelter Drawings). Artist: Henry Moore.
1947: Man Pointing. Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1951-1952: Girl with a White Dog. Artist: Lucian Freud.
1952-1953: Draped Reclining Figure (bronze cast). Artist: Henry Moore.
1971–1972: Forty-eight Portraits (1 of four 1998 reproductions). Artist: Gerhard Richter.
1972: La Rivoluzione Siamo Noi (We Are the Revolution) (photoprint). Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1976: Nine Squares (print). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1982: Savarin (print). Artist: Jasper Johns.
1981: Three Ways: Mould Hole and Passage. Artist: Antony Gormley.
1981: Britain Seen from the North. Artist: Tony Cragg.
1981: Untitled (Lieber Maler, Male mir… ) (Dear Painter, Paint for Me). Artist: Martin Kippenberger.
1982: Axehead. Artist: Tony Cragg.
1975-1985: Elegy to the Spanish Republic #132. Artist: Robert Motherwell.
1986: Nature Study. Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
1987: The Peter Sculptures (poster). Artist: Martin Kippenberger.
1988-1989: Second Version, Triptych 1944. Artist: Francis Bacon.
1989: Johannesburg, 2nd Greatest City After Paris (video) (from 9 Drawings for Projection). Artist: William Kentridge.
1990–1991: Made in Heaven (poster from installation). Artist: Jeff Koons.
1991: Mamelles (latex cast 2001). Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
1992: Pharmacy. Artist: Damien Hirst.
1993: Blotter (print from Ten Etchings). Artist: Peter Doig.
1993-1994: United Enemies (A Play in Ten Scenes) (three figures). Artist: Thomas Schütte.
1993: Mother and Child Divided (2007 reproduction). Artist: Damien Hirst.
1994: Felix in Exile (video) (from 9 Drawings for Projection). Artist: William Kentridge.
1994: Away from the Flock. Artist: Damien Hirst.
1993-1995: The Four Seasons (second version). Artist: Cy Twombly.
1995: Sad Shower in New York (drawing). Artist: Tracey Emin.
1996-1997: Ubu Tells the Truth (video). Artist: William Kentridge.
1997: Tracey Emin C.V. Cunt Vernacular (video). Artist: Tracey Emin.

Royal Academy of Arts
1825: The Leaping Horse. Artist: John Constable.
1981: Interior. Artist: Anselm Kiefer.

Apsley House
1618-1622: The Water Seller of Seville Artist: Diego Velázquez.

Dulwich Picture Gallery
1629-1633: Rinaldo and Armida. Artist: Nicolas Poussin.

Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood House
1633: Portrait of Pieter van den Broecke. Artist: Frans Hals.
c. 1665-1669: Self-Portrait with Two Circles. Artist: Rembrandt.
1760-1764: Portrait of Mary, Countess Howe. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.

Sir John Soane’s Museum
1735: A Rake’s Progress (series of eight paintings). Artist: William Hogarth.

Foundling Museum
1740: Portrait of Captain Thomas Coram. Artist: William Hogarth.

Royal Holloway, University of London
1878: The Two Princes Edward and Richard in the Tower. Artist: John Everett Millais.

Courtauld Institute of Art
1881-1882: A Bar at the Folies-Bergere. Artist: Édouard Manet.
1888-1890: Jeune Femme se Poudrant (Young Woman Powdering Herself). Artist: Georges Seurat.
1892-1895: The Card Players: Artist: Paul Cézanne.
1916: Seated Nude. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani.

Dalí Universe
1936: Lobster Telephone (black version). Artist: Salvador Dalí.

Hayward Gallery
1949: Head VI. Artist: Francis Bacon.
1961: We Two Boys Together Clinging. Artist: David Hockney.
1993: Field for the British Isles (from Field). Artist: Antony Gormley.
2007: Blind Light. Artist: Antony Gormley. Temporary installation.

Marlborough Fine Art
1985-1986: Study for a Self Portrait –Triptych. Artist: Francis Bacon.

Victoria Tower Gardens
1889: The Burghers of Calais (bronze casts, 1908). Artist: Auguste Rodin.

College Green, Westminster
1962-1965: Knife Edge Two Piece. Artist: Henry Moore.
Henry Moore's Knife Edge Two Piece at Westminster, London, UK.
Henry Moore’s Knife Edge Two Piece at Westminster, London, UK.

Saatchi Gallery
1981: Margarethe. Artist: Anselm Kiefer.
1981: Untitled (from Lieber Maler, Male mir…) (Dear Painter, Paint for Me). Artist: Martin Kippenberger.
1990: White Canoe. Artist: Peter Doig.
1990: A Thousand Years. Artist: Damien Hirst.
1994: Concrete Cabin II. Artist: Peter Doig.

White Cube Gallery
2007: For the Love of God. Artist: Damien Hirst.

Manchester
2001: Imperial War Museum North. Architect: Daniel Libeskind.
The Imperial War Museum North was designed by Daniel Libeskind and is located in Manchester, UK.
The Imperial War Museum North, designed by Daniel Libeskind, is located in Manchester, UK.

Manchester City Art Gallery
1852-1865: Work. Artist: Ford Madox Brown.
1855-1856: Autumn Leaves. Artist: John Everett Millais.
2002: Filter. Artist: Antony Gormley.

Norfolk
Holkham Hall
1773-1774: Thomas William Coke. Artist: Pompeo Batoni.

Norwich
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia
1952-1953: Draped Reclining Figure (bronze cast). Artist: Henry Moore.

Nottingham
2001: Sky Mirror. Artist: Anish Kapoor.
Sky Mirror, by Anish Kapoor, located in Nottingham, UK.
Sky Mirror, by Anish Kapoor, is located in Nottingham, UK.

Oxford
1664-1668: Sheldonian Theatre. Architect: Christopher Wren.
An interior view of Christopher Wren's Sheldonian Theatre, in Oxford, UK.
An interior view of Christopher Wren’s Sheldonian Theatre, in Oxford, UK.

Ashmolean Museum
c. 1470: The Hunt in the Forest. Artist: Paolo Uccello.
1682: Ascanius Shooting the Stag of Sylvia. Artist: Claude Lorrain.
1851: The Return of the Dove to the Ark. Artist: John Everett Millais.

Perry Green
Henry Moore Foundation
1952: King and Queen. Artist: Henry Moore.
1962-1965: Knife Edge Two Piece. Artist: Henry Moore.
1968-1970: Oval with Points. Artist: Henry Moore.
Henry Moore's King and Queen at the Henry Moore Foundation in Perry Green, UK.
Henry Moore’s King and Queen at the Henry Moore Foundation in Perry Green, UK.

Port Sunlight
Lady Lever Art Gallery
1886: Bubbles. Artist: John Everett Millais.

Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire
2600-2400 BCE: Stonehenge. Artists/Architects: Unknown.
A view of Stonehenge, on Salisbury Plain, UK.
A view of Stonehenge, on Salisbury Plain, UK.

Sefton
Crosby Beach
1997: Another Place. Artist: Antony Gormley.
Antony Gormley's Another Place is installed at Crosby Beach in ___, UK.
Antony Gormley’s Another Place is installed at Crosby Beach in Sefton, UK.

Warwickshire
National Trust Bearsted Collection, Upton House
1736: Four Times of the Day: Morning and Night. Artist: William Hogarth.

West Bretton
Yorkshire Sculpture Park
1957-1958: Draped Seated Woman. Artist: Henry Moore.
Henry Moore's Draped Seated Woman, at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, XXX, UK.
Henry Moore’s Draped Seated Woman, at Yorkshire Sculpture Park in West Bretton, UK.

Royal Collection (various venues)
c. 1486: Triumphs of Caesar (series of nine paintings). Artist: Andrea Mantegna.
c. 1510-1513; The Fetus in the Womb (from Notebooks). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci.
1565-1567: The Massacre of the Innocents. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
1638-1639: Self-Portrait as the Allegory of Painting. Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi.
1667: Whitehall Mural (with Portrait of Henry VIII). Artist: Remigius van Leemput (copy of destroyed Hans Holbein original).
2000-2001: Queen Elizabeth II. Artist: Lucian Freud.

Imperial War Museum (five locations)
1940-1941: Women and Children in the Tube (from Shelter Drawings). Artist: Henry Moore.

British Council Collection (various locations)
1996: Concrete Cabin (print). Artist: Peter Doig.

Scotland

Edinburgh
National Gallery of Scotland
1644-1648: The Seven Sacraments (second series). Artist: Nicolas Poussin. On loan from private collection of the Duke of Sutherland.
1654-1655: Christ in the House of Martha and Mary. Artist: Johannes Vermeer.
c. 1795-1799: The Reverend Robert Walker Skating on Duddingston Loch (The Skating Minister). Artist: Henry Raeburn (attribution in question; some believe the artist is Henri-Pierre Danloux).
1888: The Vision after the Sermon (Jacob Wrestles with the Angel). Artist: Paul Gauguin.
1971–1972: Forty-eight Portraits (1 of four 1998 reproductions). Artist: Gerhard Richter. Co-owners with Tate Collection.
La Rivoluzione Siamo Noi (We Are the Revolution) (photoprint). Artist: Joseph Beuys.

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
1932: Woman with her Throat Cut (bronze cast, 1949). Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1963: In the Car. Artist: Roy Lichtenstein.

Ingleby Gallery
1997: Paradox of Praxis I (Sometimes Making Something Leads to Nothing) (video and documentation). Artist: Francis Alÿs.

Dumfries & Galloway
Glenkiln Sculpture Park
1952: King and Queen. Artist: Henry Moore. No longer on display.

Glasgow
Glasgow University Library
1794: The Ancient of Days (frontispiece illustration for Europe: A Prophecy). (Copy B). Artist: William Blake.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
1872-1873: Arrangement in Grey and Black, No. 2: Portrait of Thomas Carlyle. Artist: James McNeill Whistler.
1951: Christ of St. John of the Cross. Artist: Salvador Dalí.

Burrell Collection
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Wales

Cardiff
National Museum
1648: The Funeral of Phocion (Landscape with the Body of Phocion). Artist: Nicolas Poussin.
1908-1912: San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk (Twilight in Venice). Artist: Claude Monet.
1927-1928: The Wood. Artist: Max Ernst.

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