From Leonardo Da Vinci to Pablo Picasso, we have brought to you the most luxurious paintings in the world with its significance. Read on to attain expertise.

It is well expressed, “Art speaks where words are unable to explain.” Paintings are one such language understood without the need for education. To be honest, paintings are more complicated than they appear but can be deciphered into a million meanings by the person peeking into them. Artists have expressed their emotions deeply by portraying them and sketching it all down. Over the past years, there have been so many artists that touched our hearts with their alluring paintings and had something to depict in all of them. To be fair, paintings carry a luxurious vibe to the house and speak a lot about one’s personality. This instant we bring to you the most lavish paintings in the world and the inspiration of the artist to express his emotions through these paintings. These paintings definitely have strong stories behind them making them even more surreal to the eyes. Enjoy!

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“Art speaks where words are unable to explain.”

Salvator Mundi By Leonardo Da Vinci

This painting by the legend is by far the most expensive in history. Regarded as the Genius, Leonardo Da Vinci has illustrated so many iconic paintings starting with Mona Lisa. His “The Last Supper” is also one dramatic art that depicts a lot of things. Not just paintings but the most renowned artist has also done some groundbreaking studies about ‘perspective.’ Despite liked being called an architect and engineer, Leonardo will always be an extravagant painter for all art lovers. Coming onto, Salvator Mundi this painting by name means “Savior of the world.” Firstly, the attire speaks of the renaissance period. The painting depicts Christ’s blessing with his one hand raised and the other hand there is a transparent orb. There is definitely an obscure reference to it but the denotation can be rooted in one’s perception.

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Salvator Mundi this painting by name means “Savior of the world.” Firstly, the attire speaks of the renaissance period. The painting depicts Christ’s blessing with his one hand raised and the other hand there is a transparent orb. There is definitely an obscure reference to it but the denotation can be rooted in one’s perception.

Nafea Faa Ipoipo By Paul Gaugain

This painting by the famous artist is on a funny side and the actual meaning is a question, When will you marry? Well, Guagain visited Tahiti a few times and got the inspiration for this painting while spending time there. It becomes safe to say it was through his personal experiences. Speaking of the painting, the question arises by the woman in the background who fancies finding a husband suggested through the flower she is seen wearing behind her ear. The ladies are dressed in traditional Tahitian outfits that depicting she wants a pure ritual Tahitian marriage. Despite the name being humorous the painting is extremely divine.

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The ladies are dressed in traditional Tahitian outfits that depicting she wants a pure ritual Tahitian marriage.

La Rve By Pablo Picasso

Literally meaning The Dream in French is by the finest of them all Picasso. A 50-year-old in 1932 depicts his 24-year-old mistress Marie-Thrse Walter. This one has more erotic content to it and is clearly expressing physical intimacy. In the painting, the hands are his lover’s private parts whereas half of her head is of a man’s. Some might even look at it in a way where half her head looks like a penis and her hands form a vagina. The colors are a mixture of bold and rich making the painting even more pleasing for the eyes. This painting was criticized for its simulative content but it is an art from the period of distorted depictions resembling fauvism.

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This one has more erotic content to it and is clearly expressing physical intimacy. In the painting, the hands are his lover’s private parts whereas half of her head is of a man’s. Some might even look at it in a way where half her head looks like a penis and her hands form a vagina.

Adele Bloch-Bauer II By Gustav Klimt

This is the only painting Gustav Klimt became famous for. Klimt used to live and work with a wealthy industrialist in Vienna, Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer, and painted his wife Adele Bloch-Bauer’s portrait twice. Bloch-Bauer was regarded as an elite class within Vienna. Klimt made the painting in 1912 and it illustrates the lady, Adele Bloch-Bauer as a vertical tower against, representing her position in society. a jewel-toned backdrop that indicates elegance and class. She is also observed wearing a hat and a white plain dress, which turns darker on the bottom. There are also flowers covering her surroundings. The other elements are enhancing the subject’s physical beauty.

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Adele Bloch-Bauer as a vertical tower against, representing her position in society. a jewel-toned backdrop that indicates elegance and class.

Interchange By William De Kooning

When we talk about diverse styles of art, one name that pops us is William De Kooning. The title of being the most honest man and brilliant artist is what Kooning had earned during his life as a painter. One art of his we have today is Interchange, one of his most famous and expensive ever paintings in the world. This made in 1955 features a woman sitting on a chair but just appears as a pick mark. Some might haven’t figured it out yet and that is because the artist himself had undergone many changes during his artistic life. Apart from this, some parts of the painting also depict a transitional period.

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Some might haven’t figured it out yet and that is because the artist himself had undergone many changes during his artistic life. Apart from this, some parts of the painting also depict a transitional period.

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