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Dividing lines

Mondrian is best known for his abstract paintings of black lines and colored squares. Even in this more figurative painting, he divides the canvas into sections with bands of darkness and color.

A lonely figure

Did you spot this lonely figure striding across the bridge to the windmill?

Reflecting colors

The 'streaked sky' is reflected into multicolored ripples in the water, interrupted by the looming shadow of the mill.

Stammer Mill with Streaked Sky, Piet Mondrian, 1905/1907

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The National Museum, New Delhi as we see it today in the majestic building on the corner of Janpath and Maulana Azad Road is the prime museum in the country.

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From backstage at the Paris Opera to the top of the Taj Mahal

Imagined village

Below the exploding stars is an imagined village. The church spire might have been inspired by Van Gogh's native land, the Netherlands.

Flaming tree

Connecting earth and sky is the flamelike cypress, a tree traditionally associated with graveyards and mourning.

Expressionist sky

Van Gogh's night sky is painting in his classic Expressionist style using intense colors.

Morning star

Van Gogh wrote to his brother Theo: "This morning I saw the country from my window a long time before sunrise, with nothing but the morning star, which looked very big." This morning star may be this large white star.

The Starry Night, Van Gogh, 1889

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The National Women’s History Museum (NWHM) researches, collects, and exhibits women's social, cultural, economic, and political history in a context of world history.

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How many years ago did this creature live on Earth?
500 million
A 500m-year-old creature with five eyes, State Darwin Museum

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Where can you find these tiles?
Clue: they're part of the National Azulejo Museum collection
Azulejo panel, Bela Silva / Fábrica Viúva Lamego, National Azulejo Museum