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A Witty Yet Accurate Guide On How To Recognize Famous Painters By Their Art [19 Pics]


A Witty Yet Accurate Guide On How To Recognize Famous Painters By Their Art [19 Pics]

They are actually accurate.

Art history is often… weird. Experts and fans, don’t get us amateurs wrong – everyone has their own cup of tea, so it gets really challenging when you’re trying to recognize who painted what. At least, you don’t want to look like you don’t care about these paintings that are often priceless in its historical values.

But someone on imgur decided to help us all to look less dumb in galleries. When it comes to educating a range of people with 0 background in classical times, art and paintings, Green Lemon knows that these guides will definitely help you a lot! Impress that date of yours the next time you guys go to the gallery or art museum!

When paintings have dark background and everyone has tortured expressions on their faces, it’s Titian.

You see people in the paintings has enormous asses? Then, it’s (Peter Paul) Rubens.

(Jan) van Eyck has everyone including the women looks like Putin.

Meanwhile all the men look like cow-eyed curly-haired women by (Amerighi da) Caravaggio.

Pieter Bruegel likes to draw tons of little people in a seemingly normal town.

Open an Excel sheet, start coloring the squares and you’ll get Piet Mondrian.

You probably saw this on your acid trip last night. This is Salvador Dali.

Hobos illuminated with a dim streetlamp are Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn’s works.

If it’s a painting with a lot of little people, but also a ton of insanity happening around, it’s Hieronymus Bosch.

Pablo Ruiz Picasso likes her girls looking like they malfunctioned.

Dappled light on unhappy party-time people is Édouard Manet.

It’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ with weird blue mist and Madonna’s nose if we’re talking about Leonardo da Vinci.

If you see a ballerina, it’s Edgar Degas.

Claude Monet: dappled light and nobody in sight.

Everyone looks so beautiful, naked and tasty in Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni’s hand.

Happy party-time people under dappled light. Definitely Pierre-Auguste Renoir.

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