Great Artist (Civ6)

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Game InfoEdit

A GreatPerson6 Great Person who creates Great Works of Art (Sculpture6 Portrait6 GreatWorkArt6 ReligiousArt6). Appears once enough Artist6 Great Artist points are earned (can be rushed with Civ6 30x gold Gold or Civ6 24x faith Faith through Patronage)

Great ArtistsEdit

Name Era Great Works of Art
Andrei Rublev Renaissance Annunciation (ReligiousArt6 Religious), Saviour in Glory (ReligiousArt6 Religious), Ascension (ReligiousArt6 Religious)
Michelangelo Renaissance Sistine Chapel Ceiling (ReligiousArt6 Religious Art), Pieta (Sculpture6 Sculpture), David (Sculpture6 Sculpture)
Donatello Renaissance Saint Mark (Sculpture6 Sculpture), Gattamelata (Sculpture6 Sculpture), Judith Slaying Holofernes (Sculpture6 Sculpture)
Hieronymus Bosch Renaissance The Garden of Earthly Delights (ReligiousArt6 Religious), The Last Judgement (ReligiousArt6 Religious), The Haywain Triptych (ReligiousArt6 Religious)
Rembrandt Van Rijn Industrial Andries de Graeff (Portrait6 Portrait), Agatha Bas (Portrait6 Portrait), Abraham and Isaac (ReligiousArt6 Religious).
El Greco Industrial Adoration of the Magi (ReligiousArt6 Religious), The Assumption of the Virgin (ReligiousArt6 Religious), View of Toledo (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape)
Qiu Ying Industrial Spring Morning in the Han Palace (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape), Fisherman in Reclusion Among the Lotus Stream (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape), Red Cliff (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape)
Titian Industrial Assunta (ReligiousArt6 Religious), Salome with the Head of John the Baptist (ReligiousArt6 Religious), Equestrian Portrait of Charles V (Portrait6 Portrait)
Jang Seung-Eop Modern "Saminmunnyeondo" (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape), "Rooster" (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape), "Ssangma Immuldo"(GreatWorkArt6 Landscape)
Sofonisba Anguissola Modern Three Sisters Playing Chess (Portrait6 Portrait), Phillip II of Spain (Portrait6 Portrait), A Monk (Portrait6 Portrait)
Angelica Kauffman Modern Ana Maria Jenkins and Thomas Jefferson (Portrait6 Portrait), Portrait of Johann Joachim Winckelmann (Portrait6 Portrait), Sarah Harrop as a Muse (Portrait6 Portrait)
Katsushika Hokusai Modern "The Great Wave Off Kanagawa" (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape), "Lake Suwa in Shinano" (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape), "Fuji Mountains in Clear Weather" (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape).
Edmonia Lewis Atomic The Death of Cleopatra (Sculpture6 Sculpture), Marriage of Hiawatha (Sculpture6 Sculpture), Pompeiian Girl (Sculpture6 Sculpture)
Claude Monet Atomic Water Lillies (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape), Sunrise Impression (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape), Haystack at Giverny (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape)
Gustav Klimt Atomic The Kiss (Portrait6 Portrait), Avenue of Schloss Kammer Park (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape), Sunflower (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape)
Marie-Anne Collot Atomic Portrait of Pierre Etienne Falconet (Sculpture6 Sculpture), Portrait of Catherine II (Sculpture6 Sculpture), Portrait of Marie Cathcart (Sculpture6 Sculpture)
Vincent Van Gogh Atomic Starry Night (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape), Café Terrace at Night (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape), The Night Cafe (GreatWorkArt6 Landscape)
Amrita Sher-Gil Information Three Girls (Portrait6 Portrait), Bride's Toliet (Portrait6 Portrait), Self Portrait (Portrait6 Portrait)
Boris Orlovsky Information Mikhail Kutuzov (Sculpture6 Sculpture), Alexander Victory Column (Sculpture6 Sculpture), Bust of Tsar Alexander (Sculpture6 Sculpture)
Mary Cassatt Information Lydia Leaning on Her Arms (Portrait6 Portrait), The Child's Bath (Portrait6 Portrait), The Cup of Tea (Portrait6 Portrait)


Historical ContextEdit

Artists are the visionaries of civilization. They daub paint on canvas or chip away at stone, and leave it to others to find vision and meaning therein. They interpret the world and give beauty, brilliance, form, and color to the mundane; these are those who paint the pictures, carve the statues, take the photos, and make the films that define and reinforce our humanity. Sometimes they are appreciated in their lifetime; usually, not. Sometimes they make a living with their art; usually, not. However, the work of these artists can, occasionally, surpass its time and place, enlightening and elevating a people, making a civilization far greater than its material wealth and worldly power.

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