After famous artists die, their work inherits and perpetuates their celebrity status. The Mona Lisa may not be your favorite, but if you happen to be cruising through the Louvre, there's no way you can't make a pit stop. She's just too... More >>>
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Vanitas still-life (Skulls on a Table), by Aelbert Jansz van der Schoor (circa 1660). Collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.