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. On a general note, an art is one that is packed with emotion and heavy messages that people may think they have uncovered but not even near it.
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. Technically speaking, the very items that we have are composed of works of arts that are made by various artists that actually has been tailored to be unique, funny, and hilarious at the same time back in the day.
It really is possible that one has heard of a number of phrases, but did you actually know where the metaphor “stuck up someone’s you know what” originated from? Back in the 16th century, a paint by Pieter Brueghel, The Flatterers, 1592, actually is where this metaphor started. On a general note, this has been considered to be among the funniest paintings, considering the fact that back in the days, paintings and whatnot usually are filled with abstract and extreme expressions.
Joseph Decreux, in the year 1793, has also made an art piece that has been considered to be funny and hilarious, as well as mysterious in a way and this is because of the fact that the self-portrait he made coincides with today’s pop culture. This basically is not just about the pointing slyly but also because of the fact that he is wearing a top hat and holding a cane at the same time, which, back in the day, surely is one of the funny and unusual paintings.
The Experts, 1837, also has been among the funny types of paintings back in the day and this is because of the humor behind the painting, which, instead of painting out people, Alexandre Decamps painted faces of monkeys being obsessed over a more conventional painting during the time period.
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”.