The works -- including classics like Jacques Louis Davids Cupid and Psyche and Andrea del Sartos The Sacrifice of Isaac-- spotlight the painters technical mastery of color, light, and geometrical shape. Some of the pieces were commissioned by royalty and have, through the years, been owned by nobility and confiscated by Nazis. They touch upon universal topics -- like challenges to faith, betrayal, suffering, mental and physical frailty, and powerlessness against the forces of nature, says Singerman. The themes still resonate today.
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