Before we begin, we would like to distinguish between the phrases; “best paintings” and “most famous paintings”.
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Before the Renaissance, art and spirituality were closely linked. From ancient Hindu depictions of their gods, to pagan sculptures of stone, to the magnificent paintings of Mother Mary and the infant Jesus Christ, art and spirituality have been closely intertwined for centuries.
Art has come a long way from its fascinating yet humble beginnings. We have progressed from simple cave paintings made from naturally occurring pigments as well as stone and wood etchings.
For the more grounded amongst us, grief or any form of negative emotion is just that – an emotion of sorrow that stays with us until we are distracted by our lives. Then one day we wake up, and that sorrow isn’t so impactful anymore.
Banksy, Vincent Van Gogh, Monet, Warhol, Picasso, Michael Angelo, Jackson Pollack – all of these names have something in common, aside from art, of course.
“A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.”
While you cannot deny the wisdom of Charles Darwin, it must be said that perhaps we’ve become too aware of the value of life, but not the value of living.