Most hilarious artworks in the world
One of the ways to express ourselves is through crafting an artwork. A person’s skills, imagination, and emotions are the foundation of his/her artworks. An artwork has the ability to capture the emotions of its audience, and so it takes a person who’s interested in arts to understand this. To capture the feelings of people during the early times, people have used various forms of art. Those artists who have successfully portrayed a moment in time are often guaranteed a life-long recognition, ore even more. There are times that when you see a work of art you just can’t stop yourself from laughing. This is quite unavoidable at times especially if it truly is worth the laugh. Keep reading below if you do not want to miss out on the most hilarious works of art.
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 Flatterers” is made during the 16th century where it is generally filled by odd and abstract forms of expression. Painted by Pieter Brueghel, this painting depicts a situation wherein show-offs try to impress their superiors in a very obsequious manner.
Joseph Ducreux, 1793
This painting that exudes a pop culture vibe is a self-portrait of Joseph Ducreux and is primarily known for its meme status as Archaic Rap. In this painting is an image of Joseph Ducreux in an 18th century fashion while pointing slyly.
Paintings of Children, 1888
If we were to talk about moody and mysterious paintings, then Vincent Van Gogh must be first on the list. He might be well-known for this style but apparently Vincent Van Gogh doesn’t always stick to 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. The series of paintings was not intended to be hilariously looking but the viewers find it too funny.
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.
Citation: Why No One Talks About Paintings Anymore