20th-century Spanish-born surrealist artist; The Persistence of Memory, popularly called Soft Watches.
20th-century Russian-born Parisian artist; Bright colors, geometric shapes, and elements of fantasy; Birthday; The Fiddler; I and My Village.
20th-century French sculptor and painter; Abstract works using different media; Shepherd of the Clouds, a work he says 'creates itself.'
15th-century Italian sculptor; Works in Florence include St. George, David, and Judith and Holofernes; Assisted Ghiberti in working on the cathedral in Florence.
19th-century English artist; Black and white drawings of Merlin for Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur.
19th-century French caricaturist and painter; Ridiculed bourgeois society The Third-Class Carriage; The Uprising.
18th-19th century English romantic poet and artist; Saw visions from which he drew inspiration; Job and His Daughters; Elohim Creating Adam.
16th-century sculptor and goldsmith; Bronze statue of Perseus in the 3-acred spacious Loggia dei Lanzi of the Piazza della Signoria in Florence; Saltcellar of Francis I; Bronze Nymph of Fontainebleau.
19th-century French landscape painter; View of Genoa.
15th-16th century Italian artist from Florence; Surname derived from the nickname of his eldest brother, means 'little barrel'; The Adoration of the Magi; The Birth of Venus; Primavera; and the San Bernabo altar-piece.
18th-19th century French painter; The Oath of the Tennis Court: The Oath of the Horatii; Portrait of Madame Récamier; The Death of Marat.
16th-century Flemish artist; Triumph of Death; Fall of Icarus; The Tower of Babel.
19th-century French painter; Funeral at Ornans; The Artist's Studio.
19th-20thcentury French post-impressionist; The House of the Hanged Man The Kitchen Table the unfinished oil painting Large Bathers.
19th-century French romantic artist; Inspired impressionists with his revolutionary use of color; The Bark of Dante; Women of Algiers; Liberty Leading the People; The Massacre at Chios.
17th-century Italian architect and sculptor; Saint Peter's baldachin; The Ecstacy of St. Teresa; and the 2 opposing semicircular colonnades standing in the Piazza di San Pietro.
16th-century Italian painter; Assumption of the Virgin; The Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine Venus, Cupid, and Satyr; Io; Niobe.
15th-16th century Flemish artist; The Garden of Earthly delights; The Temptation of St. Anthony; Ship of Fools, a medieval allegory showing mankind's immorality.
20th-century French painter; February 17, 1913, in New York's 69th Regiment Armory, introduced modern art to Americans with such paintings as Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2.
19th-century French sculptor; Red sandstone Lion of Belfort; Statue of Liberty, or La Liberté Eclairant in Monde, meaning, 'Liberty Enlightening the World.'
19th-20thcentury French painter and sculptor; Works featuring ballet dancers, such as the painting Dancer Lacing Her Shoe and the sculpture Young Dancer; Also known for works featuring the racetrack, café scenes, and women at their toilette.
20th-century Bulgarian-born environmental sculptor; Wrapped Berlin's Reichstag; Ran 24-mile-long fabric curtain across California.
18th-19th century English landscape artist; The Hay Wain; Weymouth Bay.
15th-16th century German painter and engraver of the Northern Renaissance; Madonna and Child; Woodcuts of the Apocalypse.
20th-century French painter; With Pablo Picasso, founder of cubism; Man With a Guitar.
19th-20thcentury Romanian sculptor; Bird in Space; Sleeping Muse; The Kiss.