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Art's Magnetic Field

The human spirit has always responded to the call of art. From the first cave paintings to the haloed masterpieces hanging in our museums, art has long enchanted and elevated the human experience. Within the great venues that house our treasures, we stand collectively in a sort of suspended moment—contemplating the magic—and one can’t help but sense that the art is looking right back at us.

Mona Lisa, Louvre
Hopper's Nighthawks
Salle Daru, Louvre
Venus de Milo, Louvre
Michelangelo's David
Watching The Night Watch
Klimt's The Kiss
Rothko, SFMOMA
Grande Galerie, Louvre
Picasso's Guernica
Rembrandt's The Night Watch
Koons' Puppy, Guggenheim
Van Gogh's Starry Night
Sitting at the Museum
Plensa, Rockefeller Center
Seurat's La Grande Jatte
Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon
The British Museum
Paris Street; Rainy Day
The Metropolitan
Koon's Seated Ballerina
London National Gallery
Musée d'Orsay
American Gothic
The Frick Collection Garden Court
Velazquez's Las Meninas