Eyebrows.A blue scarf.A pearl earring.Her hair.
A pearl earring!
A bridge.Red flowers.Pink flowers.A very large lily pad.
A red sash.A halo.A green sash.A bolt of lightning.
A green sash!
An elephant with long skinny legs.Ants on the eye.Ants on the orange watch.A crucifix.
Ants on the orange watch!
A person in the distance.A tree.Another house.A horse.
One finger.A thin veil.Two fingers.People walking on the path.
An umbrella.Swimmers.A dog.Children playing.
Red roses.A hummingbird.Green earrings.A snake charm.
A bird necklace!
Also, technically, this is called "Self-Portrait With Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird."
Two leaves.A button.Two buttons.Three buttons.
A hat on the wall.Two coffee mugs.One glass of water.One coffee machine.
One coffee machine!
One star.Two stars.Three stars.Four stars.
An old woman.Glasses on the woman.A rocking chair.A window.
Another seashell.A fish.Flowers.A green cloth.
A giant eye.A crying woman.Two small bulls.The sun.
A giant eye!
One person on the pier.Two birds in the sky.One person on the beach.Two boats in the water.
Two boats in the water!
Can You Tell What's Missing From These Famous Paintings?
You're clearly an art genius with a photographic memory because you KNOW your famous paintings! We hear Dan Brown needs some help writing his next book — you should give him a call.
You know a lot about art and it shows. You may not know absolutely every minute detail of every painting ever, but you could probably still give art history lectures at Harvard.
You know a thing or two about art and it clearly shows. You've been to your fair share of museums and you could probably show off your knowledge as a docent if you really wanted to.
You need to brush up on your art history a little bit, but that's the fun part! One day you hope to travel the world and learn even more about art.