Releases Survey Results of Most Controversial Art Prints

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Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso and Amedeo Modigliani are among the most polarizing artists.

Honey is Sweeter than Blood, c.1941, Art Print by Salvador Dali

Everybody has an opinion when it comes to art, so allows its visitors to rate art prints from one to five stars, with one being the worst and five being the best. Some artists, such as Claude Monet, are well-liked by most people. Other artists, such as Wassily Kandinsky, are either well-liked or not liked at all. These controversial artists are polarizing when it comes to their artworks., an online store specializing in art prints, recently released its latest list of the most controversial art prints. The survey results indicate that the top five most polarizing art prints include:

1. Honey is Sweeter than Blood by Salvador Dali
2. Tete D'une Femme Lisant by Pablo Picasso
3. Cariatide by Amedeo Modigliani
4. Four Seasons by Alphonse Mucha
5. Structure Joyeuse by Wassily Kandinsky

The full list of the most controversial art prints can be found at:

The ratings results also provided information about the most popular art print, which was The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh. While Vincent van Gogh was the most popular artist, with three of his art prints ranking in the top five, Leonardo Da Vinci and Claude Monet also ranked highly.

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