10 Last Paintings Of Famous Painters

Art has no definition, nor anyone can explain it. It has many forms, and one such form is painting. Painting is a great skill which only a few of us own. Painters have the talent to express his or her thought on the canvas sheet. Whether someone like it or not, it hardly matters to any artist. A very well-known artist has once said that Painting is a faith, and it imposes the duty to disregard public opinion. Also,Painting is all about a collection of color shades and techniques. There are many famous painters born in every era, who are known for their work across the globe. Check out the list of ten last paintings of famous Painters, further in this article.

Last Paintings Of Famous Painters

The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci painted his last painting in the year 1498. This painting depicts a scene of Jesus and his disciples enjoying the last supper. It is present in the dining hall’s wall of Santa Maria Delle Grazie, a monastery in Milan Italy.

Self Portrait by Pablo Picasso

One of the greatest Painter of all time, Pablo Picasso died on 8th April 1973. At the time of his death, he was 91 years old and was working to complete his final painting. The rumor says that Picasso has a fear of his death which he portrays in this painting.

Wheat Field with Crows by Vincent van Gogh

Vincent Van Gogh is a world-renowned Dutch painter who has created his impression on the history of western art. His last painting was completed in July 1890 which showed a vast stretch of wheat field and crows flying in dark clouds. He died on 29 July 1890 at the age of 37.

Water Lilies Murals by Claude Oscar Monet

As a French artist, Claude Monet was also the founder of French Impressionist paintings. His final Painting displays beautiful water lilieswhich have a blend of blue, white, green, red, and brown colors. After having a cataract, his last few years has blurred depiction of pictures.

Riding with Death by Jean-Michel Basquiat

Jean-Michel Basquiat was an American painter whose works belongs to abstract painting style. This portrait becomes a moot point due to its depiction of a human exploiting and afflicting pain on a skeleton. He finishes his last painting in the year 1988, and in the same year, he committed suicide.

Transfiguration by Raphael

Raphael was a prolific Italian Painter and Architect, who completes his final painting Transfiguration in the year1520.The painting is a masterpiece and shows Jesus presiding over his followers. There was a further addition of Gospels, downward in the painting.

The Last Judgement by Michelangelo

Michelangelo took four years to complete this painting in the year 1541. This painting shows Jesus arrival for the second time with the final judgment of the God. It portrays semi-nude angels and men, which are more than three hundred in numbers.

Self Portrait by Rembrandt

Another Dutch painter who is known for his versatile artworks.Many of his works, contributed to rich art history of Dutch. Rembrandt painted a Self Portrait which was an oil painting in his last years of life.

Viva La Vida, Watermelons by Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo, a Mexican painter whose paintings are the inspiration from the Mexican style of artwork. She took merely eight days to complete her last painting, and it showcases the picture of watermelons. On 13 July 1934, at the age of 47, she dies.

The Swallow’s Tail by Salvador Dali

This painting is the last one from the series based on Catastrophe theory which is mathematical theory forwarded by French mathematician Rene Thom. This Painting tells about his understanding towards this mathematical theory.

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