In the painting, the figure, with an open mouth in a silent scream, represents the overwhelming anxiety and despair that many feel while living an uncertain life.

Guernica by Pablo Picasso

Through its fragmented forms and stark black-and-white palette, Picasso conveys raw emotions such as grief, pain, and outrage.

The Persistence of Memory By Salvador Dalí

It invites us to discover the depths of our subconscious mind where we can challenge our deepest emotions, insecurities, and fears.

The Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci

It portrays several feelings like sadness, betrayal & acceptance on the same canvas. This piece’s religious significance coupled with its emotional weight often moves people to tears.

The Girl with a Pearl Earring by Vermeer

The art is so simple and silent that one can be in a meditative mood as it captures the basic emotions of desires, innocence, and vulnerability.

The Starry Night by Van Gogh

This painting is powerful because it reveals the vastness and beauty of the universe, while simultaneously stirring up feelings of loneliness and sadness.