10 UNEXPECTED ARTWORKS BY ARTISTS YOU KNOW

From Pollock to Picasso, explore how some of the world's biggest artists started in one place and ended in another.
  1. Jackson Pollock, 'Vineyard Inlet with Tree, CR#932,' 1934-1938
  2. Jackson Pollock, 'Untitled,' ca. 1949
  3. Andy Warhol, 'Living Room,' 1948
  4. Andy Warhol, 'MARILYN: ONE PLATE (F. & S. II.31), 1967
  5. Vincent van Gogh, 'The Zandmennik House,' ca. 1879/1880
  6. Vincent van Gogh, 'Starry Night,' 1889
  7. Pablo Picasso, 'Mujer en azul (Woman in Blue),' 1901
  8. Pablo Picasso, 'Jacqueline aux mains croisés (Jacqueline With Crossed Hands),' 1954
  9. Edvard Munch, 'Evening,' 1888
  10. Edvard Munch, 'The Scream,' 1893
  11. Piet Mondrian, 'Little House in Sunlight,' 1909-1910
  12. Piet Mondrian, 'Composition with Large Red Plane, Yellow, Black, Grey and Blue,' 1921
  13. Wassily Kandinsky, 'The Blue Rider,' 1903
  14. Wassily Kandinsky, 'Improvisation 35,' 1914
  15. Mark Rothko, 'Heads,' 1941-1942
  16. Mark Rothko, 'Untitled,' 1963
  17. Roy Lichtenstein, 'Exhuming the Mastodon,' 1951
  18. Roy Lichtenstein, 'Girl with Hair Ribbon,' 1982
  19. Franz Kline, 'Franz Kline,' 1945
  20. Franz Kline, 'New York, N.Y,' 1953