Le bassin aux nymphéas (1895-1926) by Monet
Nu descendant un escalier (1912) by Duchamp
La Crucifixion (1930) by Picasso

Le bassin aux nymphéas is one of the series of Water Lilies paintings by French impressionist artist Claude Monet. Nu descendant un escalier is widely regarded as a Modernist classic and has become one of the most famous of its time. In La Crucifixion, Picasso returns to his fascination with the ‘life in death’ paradox, encapsulated perfectly by the Western world’s foremost symbol: the Crucifixion.

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