This clip provides background information on the famous Italian artist, Michelangelo, and jokingly explains that popular culture has influenced the public to think of him as a Ninja Turtle. It mentions the artist's most famous works, the Statue of David and the Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, and gives a fictional depiction of his work on the masterpiece that is the Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.
Paul Klee, a German WWI veteran said, "The more horrifying this world becomes, the more art becomes abstract." After the war, Klee and other abstract artists taught at the Bauhaus School which was influencial in abstract art and architecture.
Vincent Van Gogh's brother Theo pays him a visit and encourages him to rediscover his spark to overcome his depression. He calls Vincent an idler, but Vincent is quick to discern himself from a man who chooses to be idle. Rather, he indicates that he would love to work but cannot because of his current situation.