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* In the third and fourth installments of ''VideoGame/TheSims'', the player's Sim can gain the Painting skill if they have an easel. More artistic Sims have an easier time painting. When a Sim is finished painting, they can hang it on their wall or sell it for money. Different styles of paintings, such as abstract art or portraits, are unlocked the higher their Painting level is. Emotional paintings can be made if the Sim feels sad, excited, or angry, among other feelings.


** ''Magazine/{{Dungeon}}'' magazine #13 adventure "Going Once...Going Twice". At an auction, one of the items is a painting called "The Seeker" by [[ShoutOut/DungeonsAndDragons Michalardo L'Angelo]]. It's oil-on-wood, about 300 years old and measures two feet by three feet. The subject is a couple of adventurers wearing old-time clothes, holding a map and pointing at a far-away mountian. The minimum bid for the painting is 5,000 gold pieces.

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** ''Magazine/{{Dungeon}}'' magazine #13 adventure "Going Once...Going Twice". At an auction, one of the items is a painting called "The Seeker" by [[ShoutOut/DungeonsAndDragons [[Creator/MichelangeloBuonarroti Michalardo L'Angelo]]. It's oil-on-wood, about 300 years old and measures two feet by three feet. The subject is a couple of adventurers wearing old-time clothes, holding a map and pointing at a far-away mountian. The minimum bid for the painting is 5,000 gold pieces.


** ''Magazine/{{Dungeon}}'' magazine #13 adventure "Going Once...Going Twice". At an auction, one of the items is a painting called "The Seeker" by [[ShoutOut/TabletopGames Michalardo L'Angelo]]. It's oil-on-wood, about 300 years old and measures two feet by three feet. The subject is a couple of adventurers wearing old-time clothes, holding a map and pointing at a far-away mountian. The minimum bid for the painting is 5,000 gold pieces.

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** ''Magazine/{{Dungeon}}'' magazine #13 adventure "Going Once...Going Twice". At an auction, one of the items is a painting called "The Seeker" by [[ShoutOut/TabletopGames [[ShoutOut/DungeonsAndDragons Michalardo L'Angelo]]. It's oil-on-wood, about 300 years old and measures two feet by three feet. The subject is a couple of adventurers wearing old-time clothes, holding a map and pointing at a far-away mountian. The minimum bid for the painting is 5,000 gold pieces.

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** ''Magazine/{{Dungeon}}'' magazine #13 adventure "Going Once...Going Twice". At an auction, one of the items is a painting called "The Seeker" by [[ShoutOut/TabletopGames Michalardo L'Angelo]]. It's oil-on-wood, about 300 years old and measures two feet by three feet. The subject is a couple of adventurers wearing old-time clothes, holding a map and pointing at a far-away mountian. The minimum bid for the painting is 5,000 gold pieces.


Sister-trope to FictionalDocument, FictionalVideoGame, and the ShowWithinAShow. Using this method can avert ArtisticLicenseArt.

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Sister-trope to FictionalDocument, FictionalVideoGame, and the ShowWithinAShow. Using this method can avert ArtisticLicenseArt.
ArtisticLicenseArt. Related to AnomalousArt.


Sister-trope to FictionalDocument, FictionalVideoGame, and the ShowWithinAShow.

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Sister-trope to FictionalDocument, FictionalVideoGame, and the ShowWithinAShow.
ShowWithinAShow. Using this method can avert ArtisticLicenseArt.


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* ''Film/TheGrandBudapestHotel'' has the ''Boy with Apple'', which becomes central to the plot once it's mentioned in a will.


More notable examples such as the titular portrait in ''Literature/ThePictureOfDorianGray'' tend to be prone to DeFictionalization, sometimes resulting in several different contradictory versions by different artists.

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More notable examples such as the titular eponymous portrait in ''Literature/ThePictureOfDorianGray'' tend to be prone to DeFictionalization, sometimes resulting in several different contradictory versions by different artists.



* The titular portrait from Oscar Wilde's ''Literature/ThePictureOfDorianGray'' is probably one of the most famous examples. It has the unique property of [[CreepyChangingPainting having its subject become gradually more distorted and grotesque as time goes on]], mirroring the real Dorian's own moral decay.

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* The titular eponymous portrait from Oscar Wilde's ''Literature/ThePictureOfDorianGray'' is probably one of the most famous examples. It has the unique property of [[CreepyChangingPainting having its subject become gradually more distorted and grotesque as time goes on]], mirroring the real Dorian's own moral decay.


* Creator/LarryNiven KnownSpace stories. The Kdatlyno are blind aliens who create artworks called "touch-sculptures".

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* Creator/LarryNiven KnownSpace Creator/LarryNiven's ''Literature/KnownSpace'' stories. The Kdatlyno are blind aliens who create artworks called "touch-sculptures".



** In ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E12ThePandoricaOpens The Pandorica Opens]]'', Vincent Van Gogh paints the TARDIS exploding, much to his distress. The painting first appeared in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E10VincentAndTheDoctor Vincent and the Doctor]]", where is discovered in an actual era as an unedited Van Gogh painting, later demonstrated it was an original painting of him.

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** In ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E12ThePandoricaOpens "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E12ThePandoricaOpens The Pandorica Opens]]'', Vincent Van Gogh Opens]]", Creator/VincentVanGogh paints the TARDIS exploding, much to his distress. The painting first appeared in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E10VincentAndTheDoctor Vincent and the Doctor]]", where is discovered in an the actual era as an unedited uncredited Van Gogh painting, later demonstrated it was an original painting of him.


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* Most of the paintings in the Princess Toadstool's castle in ''VideoGame/SuperMario64'' are entrances to worlds in Mushroom Kingdom, where Mario has to recover the stars and save the princess from Bowser.


* One of ''VisualNovel/HotelDuskRoom215'''s big mysteries revolves around the missing painting of the artist Osterzone called "Angel Opening a Door".





* The SeriesFinale of ''Series/NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'' features a trip to a museum to see a fictional painting called ''The Wild Boy''.

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* The SeriesFinale of ''Series/NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'' features a trip to a museum to see a fictional painting called ''The "The Wild Boy''.Boy".


** Many other fictional art pieces are featured in ''Discworld/TheArtOfDiscworld''


More notable examples such as the titular portrait in Literature/ThePictureOfDorianGray tend to be prone to DeFictionalization, sometimes resulting in several different contradictory versions by different artists.

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More notable examples such as the titular portrait in Literature/ThePictureOfDorianGray ''Literature/ThePictureOfDorianGray'' tend to be prone to DeFictionalization, sometimes resulting in several different contradictory versions by different artists.


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