Salvador Dali, The Swallow’s Tail (1983)
This was the last painting Dali did about the Catastrophe Theory, a mathematics theory that studied how small changes in circumstances can lead to shifts in behavior. Dali grew to be 84 years old.
Piet Mondriaan, Victory Boogie Woogie (1944)
As you’d expect from Mondriaan, it’s a square with smaller colored squares in it. But this was his last one. Oh, it was sold for 35 million euros. For a bunch of squares. Thirty-fucking-five million euros!
Rene Magritte, The Empire of Lights (1967)
This one was never finished, so God knows what else he was going to add. Could’ve been anything. Ceci n’est pas une painting, am I right?
Andy Warhol, Last Supper (1986)
There’s just nothing that says “match made in Heaven” like pop art and Jesus. Warhol must’ve thought that if he was going to go out, he had to go out with a pop art version of the last meal Jesus had before he was brutally murdered.