While travelling the world, there are many sights to behold, but not just in the form of famous landmarks. Galleries across the world are home to some of the most iconic pieces of art ever created, and can be a great way to spend a rainy afternoon, but just what can you see and where?

Our latest infographic explores just this idea, pinpointing the locations of some of the most recognisable pieces of art, including da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, The Girl with a Pearl Earring and The Scream. Whether you’re in Paris or New York, Oslo or Vienna, find out where to catch a glimpse of some of greatest masterpieces in the world.

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Greatest art ever created

  • Dale Rebhorn

    Nice list, but the Munch is backwards, so that is disconcerting. I also would not have included a work in a private collection, since no one could see it. How about instead A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, which is at the Chicago Art Institute and definitely worth seeing in person. Or, if you wanted to not add another work from that era, how about Sainte Chapelle in Paris where they have the most wonderful stained glass in the chapel from 1248.