Funny Works of Art from All Over the World

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. No matter the case, you could find that art is a way for expressive people to show emotions ranging from happiness, humor, sadness, pain, anger, and whatever feeling a person may possible feel.

So in a sense, there really is a wide range of possible feeling and emotion one will find from a painting. 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.

Have you ever wondered where the metaphor “stuck up someone’s you know what” came from? It is actually older than you think because in the year 1592, Pieter Brueghel painted The Flatterers and it was when such metaphor was born. Technically speaking, because of the fact that this is somewhat unusual back in the days, not to mention the extreme expressions incorporated in the picture, this has been found to be both mysterious and hilarious.

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. If you are going to look into what the painting actually is composed of, this is a self-portrait of himself, with t top hat, as well as a cane, with a very unique type of pointing slyly, which really has made such painting unique and hilarious.

Alexander Decamps’ painting entitled The Experts in the year 1837, also has made the cut in terms of paintings being hilarious and unique, considering the fact that instead of people, included in the panting are faces of monkeys being obsessed with a more conventional painting.

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. There are a number of names that actually tailor these wonderful paintings and one account even recognizes such as the “Babies of Van Gogh”.