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Even The Most Famous Artists Had to Start Somewhere...

 Each artist has a beginning. For some, like Dali, we can see a painting produced as early as his 6th birthday, as a more recent artist. However, for others, you will mark a more mature artist approach, indicating they are the most early documented.

But what was the first painting to catch the eye of others? What was that moment of magic that turned a starting artist to the hall of fame of our great artists? Find out below.

Vincent Van Gogh, "The Potato Eaters," 1885
 
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Monet, "View from Rouelles," 1858

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Salvador Dalí, "Landscape Near Figueras," 1910

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Georgia O'Keeffe, "Dead Rabbit with Copper Pot," 1908

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Michelangelo, "The Torment of St. Anthony," 1487

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Andy Warhol, "Campbell's Soup Cans," 1962

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Leonardo da Vinci, "The Adoration of the Magi," 1481

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Pablo Picasso, "Le Picador," 1890

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Frida Kahlo, "Self Portrait in a Velvet Dress," 1926

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Rembrandt, "The Stoning of St. Stephen," 1625

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Edvard Munch, "The Sick Child," 1885

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Edgar Degas, "The Bellelli Family," 1858

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Jackson Pollock, "Mural," 1943

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Sandro Botticelli, "Fortitude," 1470

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