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