the starry night

Leonardo, Vincent, and Edvard, HUH??

By: Reena Wong and Ishani Raghunathan

Have you ever seen a gallery filled with different types of art? Or been to a museum? If not, then you should see our art gallery filled with famous pieces of art or jewelry.

The Hope Diamond

The Hope Diamond is a famous necklace made in India. It has a long history starting in India and after that its ownership was changed many times to different countries and after it was owned in India, it went from France, to Britain, and  soon the  U.S.A. Currently it is showcased in the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C. It supposedly is cursed and has caused many terrible things to happen to the owner. So if you ever get hold of the Hope Diamond don’t keep it!HopeDiamond2

The Starry Night

The starry night is a famous painting by Vincent Van Gogh. It is an oil on canvas painting. Van Gogh painted it to resemble a “starry night” outside of his bedroom window. The painting is beautiful and you can view it in the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan, NY.the starry night

The Mona Lisa

The Mona Lisa is a painting that needs no introduction. It is the most famous painting in the world and it is very beautiful. It was painted by Leonardo Da Vinci, one of the most famous artists. It is said that this painting is one of the many paintings that have attracted the most tourists to this painting. It was even stolen but a buyer brought it back.mona lisa

The Scream

The Scream is a famous painting by Edvard Munch. This painting has been targeted by many people. It is so famous that people have auctioned or bought this painting for millions or billions of dollars. It was stolen many times from the Munch Museum. Edvard Munch had made different versions of the Scream and they were different with every try. For example he had put The Scream as lithograph (Black and white) and tempera. The original was painted with pastels and so was the third.

The Scream


We hope that you loved our gallery!


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One comment on “Leonardo, Vincent, and Edvard, HUH??

  1. Thsi article is amazing! I never knew about Edvard Munch!Thank you Reena and Ishani for making so many wonderful articles!

    P.S can you make a travel guide 2? :)

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