“The Great Wave off Kanagawa” by Katsushika Hokusai (towel, sheepskin, souvenir salt shaker from Japan, two stir-fry spatulas)
Mihai Zichy - “Ball in the Concert Hall of the Winter Palace during the official visit of Shah Nasir ad-Din in May 1873”. My version: candy, bulbs, paper clips, a board, a cotton flower.
Houses of Parliament in London, Claude Monet (included in the picture: 5 forks, 2 knives, 2 teaspoons, broken toothpicks, green peppercorns, batik T-shirt, plastic bag)
Vasily Surikov “The Capture of the Snow Town”, 1891. My version: paper, nuts, flour.
“Ivan the Terrible Kills His Son”, a painting by Russian artist Ilya Repin, painted between 1883 and 1885.
Painting by an unknown Dutch artist of the 17th century “City in the snow”.
Pablo Picasso — Barcelona, Summer Landscape, 1902, and my hummus, olives, and capers sandwich on dark bread, with dried tomatoes in oil next to it. You could say, an artist's breakfast.
Ivan Aivazovsky, “Review of the Black Sea Fleet in 1849”. My version: a saucepan, kitchen towels, a stick, 2 towels, a camera and a monitor, a book and several figurines of fat animals from Japan.