25% of the cards are the same as the 1970 Version of the game.
Seventy-five percent are 'new' masterpieces.
Here are several paintings from the '87 game that I spotted at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Paul Cezanne's The Vase of Tulips, 1890
This still life of fruit and flowers appears in several other paintings by Cezanne. From what I've read, the spatial relationships between objects in the painting is admirable. I just know that I love it when I see it.
And this Renoir which is part of the 1987 Masterpiece game calls Chicago its home, but it was out on loan when we visited. But here is a print from the wall in our office next to the piano. I love Renoir and love this painting:
|Renoir's Lady at the Piano, 1875|
I like all the paintings here. I'm not sure I could pick a favorite. Do you have one?