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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. If you are going to look into such paintings, these are heavily packed with a meaning almost no one at the time can fathom and through the years, quite a number of people say that they have uncovered such secret, or so did we all thought.

The result of an art actually is not just something that you would like to accomplish but rather, this actually is made with the help of a mood that the artist wants to portray. 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 aside from it being colorful, these paintings hold a ton of meaning behind, coupled with emotions and stories behind the strokes and colors. In this article, we will be discussing more about the world’s most hilarious works of art from various artists.

There are quite a number of people today who use metaphoric statements to depict situations and whatnot but have you even thought of where “stuck up someone’s you know what” comes from? It all began in the 16th century when Pieter Brueghel painted The Flatterers in the year 1592. 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.

Another painting that has also been among the most hilarious paintings in the world is the quality piece made by Joseph Decreux, where, such portrait of himself depicts a specific expression that is fit to 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.

Alexander Decamps also has made a cut in terms of producing a painting that is hilarious and funny because instead of painting people, the painting actually is about faces of monkeys being obsessed over a more conventional painting, The Experts 1837.

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 called as the “Babies of Van Gogh”.