This is known to be Frida Kahlo's last painting, where she wrote the phrase "Viva la Vida" only eight days before she died. Despite her deteriorating health, the title of this work was a tribute to "live life".

Play on the app

Take photos with Art Transfer, find your Art Selfie, and more

Make a Tune With Machine Learning

Blob Opera, powered by AI

Unsolved Mysteries of Machu Picchu

Discover the secrets of the Inca city

1910 or 1913?

This watercolor, signed by Kandinsky and dated 1910 has been considered the first abstract piece in the entire history of painting. However, today's experts believe that it actually dates from 1913 and that it was intended as a draft for another work 'Composition VII'.

First draft

It has been questioned whether this is a study made before the completion of another work. The style of this watercolor and the management of space suggest that this piece is closer to paintings done a few years later in 1913.

Drawings vs. color

This work is made up of watercolor touches overlaid with black lines drawn with pen and ink, dissociating the roles of drawing and color from one another.


The lines provide no outlines for the shapes, instead lending them a rhythmic sense of movement around the work.

Floating in space

The patches of color float in space in an liberated way. This is a common feature of works dating from after 1912: before then, the colors remained structured by images, which referenced Kandinsky's memory and personal recollections.

Untitled, Kandinsky, 1913

Click on the dots to zoom into the details


What's your favorite color?

Discover over 100,000 artworks by color

Pair of crows

These two crows on the branch echo the two flying crows, and the crow pulling the crow catcher, to form three pairs of birds. What do these dark figures mean?

The eyes have it

The crow-catcher's eyes are the same yellow beads as the crow's. To catch their prey, the catcher has become crow-like themselves.

Surrealist skates

Leonora Carrington was a surrealist painter who fought for women's liberation. Are these ice-skates simply surrealist? Or are they a symbol of lightness, gliding, and freedom?

Crow Catcher, Leonora Carrington, 1990

Click on the dots to zoom into the details


From art to history

Discover culture through familiar masterpieces

Take a trip to toy town

Tout afficher

Playful creations from around the world

Explore a museum from home

La Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea holds the complete collection of international and Italian art from the XIX to the XXI century, composed of 20.000 artworks.

Voir la collection
Can you guess what this is?
Clue: it was a staple food for the ancient Egyptians
Loaf of bread
Loaf of bread, British Museum

Explore in 3D

Tout afficher

Get a new perspective

How Does Van Gogh Connect to Virtual Reality?

Discover connections between culture with Machine Learning

Explore in high definition

Tout afficher

The details you might have missed

Where can you find the Taj Mahal?
Clue: it is a city on the banks of the Yamuna river
Taj Mahal, Dastkari Haat Samiti