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    Pop Art Dylan Cuddy
    Roy Lichtenstein was an American Pop artist who became a figure of monumental importance in the recent history of art.
    Marc Chagall, artist, photo credits - Drawing Academy
    Cubism Jasmine Lark
    Marc Chagall was a Belorussian-born Russian-French Modernist artist whose career spanned over seventy years.
    Joan Miro 1
    Surrealism, Figurative Art, Dada Milja Ficpatrik
    A Spanish artist of great critical acclaim, Joan Miro was one of the key representatives of Surrealism that refused to identify himself as such.
    Salvador Dali - profile picture, portrait
    Surrealism, Cubism, Dada Dea K.
    Salvador Dali was a Spanish Surrealist painter, one of the most famous, interesting, eccentric and talked-about personalities in the art history.
    Josef Albers portrait
    Abstract Art, Modernism Bojan Zlatkov
    Josef Albers was a German painter and color theorist, known for Homage to the Square, a series of paintings exploring the artistic language of colors.
    Rene Magritte - The Mysteries of Horizon, 1928
    Surrealism Andrey V.
    A true legend of Belgian art history and Surrealism, Rene Magritte was one of the most innovative and unique painters that emerged from the 20th-century art.
    David Hockney - Picture of the artist - Image via netdna-cdncom
    Pop Art Andrey V.
    David Hockney is a celebrated English painter, printmaker, photographer and stage designer who was a crucial figure of the Britain's Pop art movement.
    Mel Ramos' Portrait - image via the-talkscom
    Pop Art, Figurative Art Nina K
    Mel Ramos was an American Pop artist most famous for his comic-book and pin-up style images and sculptures of naked, voluptuous females.
    Andy Warhol Portrait
    Pop Art Hugo Hess
    Andrew Warhola, better known as Andy Warhol, was one of the most significant American artists and a central figure in the Pop Art movement.
    Robert Indiana - portrait
    Pop Art, Hard-edge Painting Dea K.
    One of the leading figures in American art since the 1960s, Robert Indiana played a pivotal role in the growth of assemblage art, hard-edge painting and Pop Art.
    Alexander Calder - artist, photo credits MFA
    Abstract Art, Kinetic Art Milja Ficpatrik
    Alexander Calder was an American artist, best known as a sculptor - originator of so called mobile, a type of kinetic sculpture.
    Urban Art Maximilian Braun
    Leaving a resonating effect on the street art of New York and art in general, Keith Haring created largely public available artwork in the 20th century,
    Takashi Murakami - Mr Dob (Original), 2016
    Superflat Lor Dethal
    An artist who works in fine arts media, Takashi Murakami is known for blurring the line between high and low arts while representing the Japanese culture.
    Damien Hirst's Portrait - image via
    Damien Hirst is one of the most known and wealthiest living contemporary artists, creating notorious work that marked the art of Britain in the 1990s.
    Illustration Nikola Milosevic
    Jeff Koons is an American artist known for his reproductions of banal objects—such as Balloon animals produced in stainless steel with mirror finish surfaces.
    Shepard Fairey - featured
    Urban Art, Illustration Nikola Milosevic
    Shepard Fairey is an American contemporary street artist, graphic designer, activist and illustrator who emerged from the skateboarding scene.
    Rauschenberg, Image via observercom
    Pop Art, Neo-Dada Hugo Hess
    Robert Rauschenberg, born as Milton Rauschenberg in 1925, in Port Arthur, Texas, was one of the central figures in the development of post-war American art.
    Daniel Arsham - White Selenite Spanning Corner, 2018
    Conceptual Art Maximilian Braun
    Daniel Arsham is an American contemporary artists, best known for his cutting-edge architectural and sculptural designs.