Most famous artworks you must see at the Metropolitan museum of art

Beautifullife_ If you are interested in viewing the masterpieces by the most famous artists from around the globe, go to the Met Museum. For most, museums like ‘the Met’ are temples of art.

Vincent Van Gogh, “Self Portrait with Straw Hat,” 1887

Emanuel Leutze, “Washington Crossing the Delaware,” 1851

Claude Monet, “Bridge Over a Pond of Water Lilies,” 1840-1842

Duccio di Buoninsegna, “Madonna and Child,” ca. 1290–1300

Edgar Degas, “The Dance Class,” 1874

Rembrandt, “Aristotle with a Bust of Homer,” 1653

Jackson Pollock, “Autumn Rhythm (Number 30),” 1950

Raphael, “Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints,” 1504

Francisco Goya, “Bullfight in a Divided Ring,” 1814

Mark Rothko, “No. 13 (White, Red on Yellow),” 1958

Jacques Louis David, “The Death of Socrates,” 1787

Johannes Vermeer, “Woman with a Water Jug,” 1660-1662

Caravaggio, “The Musicians,” 1597

Pieter Bruegel the Elder, “The Harvesters,” 1565

Pablo Picasso, “Gertrude Stein,” 1906

Rembrandt, “Self-Portrait,” 1660

Georges de La Tour, “The Fortune Teller,” probably 1630s

Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun, “Julie Le Brun Looking in a Mirror,” 1787