- Masterpiece (disambiguation)
Masterpiece refers to a creation that has been given much critical praise, especially one that is considered the greatest work of a person's career or to a work of outstanding creativity, skill or workmanship.
Masterpiece or Masterpieces may also refer to:
- Masterpiece (Temptations album), a 1973 hit album by The Temptations
- Masterpiece (Temptations song), a 1973 hit song by The Temptations
- Masterpiece (Atlantic Starr song), a 1992 hit song by Atlantic Starr
- Masterpiece (Isley Brothers album)
- Masterpiece (Pierangelo Bertoli), a 2000 compilation by Pierangelo Bertoli
- Masterpiece (Rakim y Ken-Y album)
- Masterpiece (Nathan album)
- Masterpiece (Just-Ice album)
- "Masterpiece" (Mami Kawada song)
- Masterpiece (novel), a 2008 award-winning novel by Elise Broach and Kelly Murphy
- Masterpiece (game), a game published by Parker Brothers in 1970 where players participate in art auctions
- Chris Mordetzky, American professional wrestler nicknamed "The Masterpiece"
- Masterpiece (TV series), a Television series on PBS.
- Masterpieces (1978), an album by Bob Dylan
- Masterpieces (HammerFall album), a 2008 album by HammerFall
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