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The most hilarious artworks

Creating art is a form of self-expression. Art is the product of honing the skills, imagination, and emotions of a person. 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. 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. Sometimes, artworks can also be hilarious that you just can’t help but laugh. If that was what the artist really tried to do (to make it look hilarious), then a laughing situation is inevitable. To be aware to some of these hilarious artworks, continue to read below.

The Experts (1837)

Before people had access to comical materials, like Joke of the Day calendars, people have given their laughs to artworks who have hidden witty meanings created by famous artists. “The Experts” , one of the paintings that contain humorous remarks, was made by Alexandre Decamps after the French Academy of Painting have consistently rejected his unconventional artworks. “The Experts” was made to depict various art snobs (represented by monkeys) who are obsessed with a more conventional painting.

The Flatterers, 1592

“The Flatterers” is made during the 16th century where it is generally filled by odd and abstract forms of expression. “The Flatterers” was painted by Pieter Brueghel in an intention to portray how people obsequiously try to satisfy their superiors.

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. The painting shows Joseph Ducreux slyly pointing towards the front while wearing a top hat and holding a cane.

Paintings of Children, 1888

Vincent Van Gogh, an artist known for his mysterious and emotional style of painting. 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. 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. However, each person have their own opinions and what we see may not be true to some.