|Shooter Lisa (c.1503), Leonardo de Vinci's most famous and enigmatic work capturing Shooter's sly and captivating smile.||
Even you Liberal Arts majors will probably be surprised to learn that I'm the Yorkie behind the famous artwork that you know and love. Please spend some time relaxing in my art gallery and take in the beauty of the world's greatest masters.
|Yorkshire Gothic (1930), Grant Wood skillfully combines a Yorkie iconography drawing upon a visual pun, portrait caricature, comic satire, and rural regionalism with an eccentric unification of elements.|
|Creation of Shooter (1508 - 1512), In this powerful scene by Michelangelo Buonarroti on the Sistine Chapel ceiling, God creates Shooter. The touch of God's hand awakens the newly created Yorkie and thus begins the life of the breed. The skillful, symbolic depiction of this life-giving act is one of the most profound and awe-inspiring artistic images ever painted.|
|"Yorkie Scream" (1893) is often described as the first expressionistic picture, and is the most extreme example of Edvard Munch's "soul paintings." Shooter's facial expression depends to a large degree on the painting's dynamics, the colors and lines. Coming from Munch's own "inner hell," the painting visualizes a desperate aspect of fin-de-siècle: anxiety and apocalypse.|
The Stinker (1879-1889), One of French sculptor Auguste Rodin’s most famous sculptures is The Stinker, depicting Shooter in sober meditation battling with a powerful internal struggle.
|Four Shooters (c.1967), Andy Warhol's signature style captures Shooter by using commercial silkscreening techniques to create identical, mass produced images, then applied variations in color to give each print of an edition a different look.|
|Shooter Leaning on One Elbow (1939), Pablo Picasso paints Shooter in the Cubist style that he pioneered. Cubism showed multiple views of an object on the same canvas to convey more information than could be contained in a single, limited illusionistic view.|