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The Thunder God

Kiitsu uses rippling lines to emphasise his Thunder God's strong form, giving a dynamic (and terrifying) 3D effect.

Ink bleeding

The technique of 'ink bleeding' is used to depict the sky through which the god moves.

Painting on panels

This work has been created on a fusuma (a sliding door). You can see how the work is separated by these panels.

Thunder God, Suzuki Kiitsu

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Who painted this 'Melancholy Woman'?
Clue: they are known for co-founding the Cubist movement
Pablo Picasso
Melancholy Woman, Pablo Picasso, Detroit Institute of Arts

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Metropolitan Mexico

Beloff was a Russian painter who lived and worked in Mexico City for most of her life. Here, she has painted one of the city's busiest streets, bustling with cars and people.

Parked by the park

The trees in Alameda Central, the city's oldest public park, are visible to the left of the picture, contrasting with the lines of parked cars nearby.

Coexisting in the city

The work reflects the liveliness of the area, with the dozens of passersby coexisting with the cars and the tram.

Hidalgo Avenue, Angelina Beloff, 1949

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Founded in 1984, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico (MAC) was born out of the will of Puerto Rican artists and cultural workers

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The National Museum, New Delhi in its majestic building on the corner of Janpath and Maulana Azad Road is the prime museum in India.

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