The most hilarious work of art in the world
Creating art is a form of self-expression. A person’s skills, imagination, and emotions are the foundation of his/her artworks. Anybody who is engrossed in arts is potentially more appreciative of the emotions charmed by an artwork. In the past, when civilization was on its early stages, people have used different expressions of art to captivate feelings. It is not easy to portray one’s feelings and imagination into a piece of artwork, but oftentimes those who succeed are destined for recognition that lasts throughout ages. A work of art can also become a laughing material because of the image that the artist tried to portray. Laughing at a piece of artwork can really occur, most especially if that is what the artist intended to do. If you want a good laugh, then continue to read below for some examples of the most hilarious artworks in the world.
The Experts (1837)
People had a good laugh with hidden witty meanings behind famous works of art before they knew Joke of the Day calendars and many more other comical materials. One of these paintings is the “The Experts” created by Alexandre Decamps whose unconventional artworks have been rejected repeatedly for by the French Academy of Painting. The “The Experts” represents the obsession of art snobs to a painting that is conventionally styled, and the best part is that these art snobs were depicted by monkeys.
The Flatterers (1592)
The 16th century was famous for producing odd and abstract paintings, and it is also during this time when the “The Flatterers” was created. “The Flatterers” was painted by Pieter Brueghel in an intention to portray how people obsequiously try to satisfy their superiors.
Joseph Ducreux (1793)
“Joseph Ducreux” is a self-portrait that is famous for its Archaic Rap meme status and coincidentally, it exudes vibes that of the pop culture. The painting shows Joseph Ducreux in a top hat, holding a cane while pointing slyly towards its audience.
Paintings of Children (1888)
Vincent Van Gogh, an artist known for his mysterious and emotional style of painting. Although he is famous for that style of art, that does not mean that he is consistent with this tone. He also enjoyed painting children while using his classic style. Vincent Van Gogh made a series of oil paintings portraying young children, and this is the “Paintings of Children” that we know today. It was not Vincent Van Gogh’s intention to show a hilarious image but it somewhat struck the people hilariously.
A lot of famous paintings were not intended to be comical-looking, but when introduced in the modern context it became famous to more people making it open to a greater amount of interpretations. But still, each of us have a different view on things and what may be funny for you may not be funny for the rest.
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