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. A person who is interested in the field of arts has a greater understanding of the amount of emotion that an artwork can captivate. Even during the early ages, people have used many forms of art to convey a message and in turn gain the emotions of other people. A successful artist is one who creates a meaningful piece that can stand the test of time. There are times that when you see a work of art you just can’t stop yourself from laughing. If that was what the artist really tried to do (to make it look hilarious), then a laughing situation is inevitable. 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)
There are artists who placed hidden witty commentaries on their artwork and a lot of people find this hilarious especially that time before Joke of the Day calendars were released. “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 16th century was famous for producing odd and abstract paintings, and it is also during this time when the “The Flatterers” was created. This painting was painted by Pieter Brueghel in an attempt to portray pretentious people who try too hard to please their superiors.
Joseph Ducreux (1793)
Joseph Ducreux’s self-portrait is known for its Archaic Rap meme status and its pop culture vibes. In this painting is an image of Joseph Ducreux in an 18th century fashion while pointing slyly.
Paintings of Children (1888)
Vincent Van Gogh is known for his mysterious-looking and emotional paintings. However, he was not always inclined 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.
When subjected in a modern context, there are paintings that became funny to look at even though its artist did not plan to make it look hilarious. 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.