Club Penguin has a large variety of art and images. Some of the paintings, artwork, and other objects, that appear in several places, are based on real-life art. This page lists these creations.
Real life art
Some of the paintings by Andy Warhol, an American artist, can be seen around Club Penguin. One of their most famous is the Four Marilyns, which contains 4 identical portraits with different colors. A recreation of it could be seen at the Tunnel during the Halloween Party 2012. There is also a similar furniture, however, with 9 portraits- the Pop Art Painting.
Lady with an Ermine
- Main article: Mona Lisa|wikipedia:Mona Lisa|Mona Lisa
The Mona Lisa is another painting by Leonardo da Vinci. The painting is available as a furniture item. The painting was also seen at the Hallway during the Halloween Party 2012 and at the Beach during the Muppets World Tour.
Saint George and the Dragon
- Main article: Saint George and the Dragon|wikipedia:Saint George and the Dragon|Saint George and the Dragon
Saint George and the Dragon is the name given for a series of paintings through the 15 hundreds until today. It features a knight defeating a dragon, and saving a princess. It could be seen at the Hallway during the Halloween Party 2012.
- Main article: The Scream|Wikipedia:The Scream|The Scream
The Son of Man
- Main article: The Son of Man|wikipedia:The Son of Man|The Son of Man
Arrangement in Grey and Black No.1 (mostly known as Whistler's Mother) is an oil painting by the artist James McNeill Whistler. It has been on display at the Lodge Attic ever since its rennovation in 2015, and also made an appearance in the Mansion Attic during the Halloween Party 2012.