Know and Fancy some Humorous Art Works from Around the World
Over the years, there have been quite a number of people who are into the world of art and in most cases, these are packed with a heavy mood or mystery in some manner. There really are quite a number of these paintings today that you could see that actually are engulfed with a huge meaning behind and people are claiming to have actually uncovered or decoded the meaning behind, or did we really?
Art has also been used to portray various expressions, depending on the mood or the feel of the creator. That aside, you will see that the overall use and purpose of art is for the artists to be expressive or a way for them to show what and how they feel, which, should range from being happy, sad, angry, gloomy, in pain, or whatever it is that they want to showcase.
So aside from it being colorful, these paintings hold a ton of meaning behind, coupled with emotions and stories behind the strokes and colors. Over the years, there really have been quite a number of artists you could find and we will be discussing more about their hilarious art works through the years.
Have you ever wondered where the metaphor “stuck up someone’s you know what” came from? Back in the 16th century, a paint by Pieter Brueghel, The Flatterers, 1592, actually is where this metaphor started. Considering the fact that this type of painting is quite unusual back in the day is what actually made this among the hilarious paintings in the 16th century.
In the year 1793, Joseph Decreux has produced a number of quality pieces of art and one of the better-known pieces Joseph has made is its self-portrait that displays such laughter that many people today could recognize the coincidence of the pop culture. With the top hat and cane, along with a pointing slyly, this “unique” post has actually made him famous both back in his time up until today.
Alexander Decamps also has made a cut in terms of producing a painting that is hilarious and funny because instead of painting people, the painting actually is about faces of monkeys being obsessed over a more conventional painting, The Experts 1837.
Last but not the least, is the painting of a very famous artist, Vincent Van Gogh, where, instead of it being mysterious and packed with heavy mood or dark, the paintings of children actually are considered as humorous or silly. This also is popular in other names such as the “Babies of Van Gogh”.
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