Ten Totally Insane Famous Paintings

Vincent Van Gogh’s Ear less Self Portrait, 1889 .

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He’s all like, I lost it but I’m cool with it.

Salvador Dali’s 1973’s painting- Hitler Masturbating.

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If this is Dali’s dreams. I don’t even want to know his nightmares.

Caravaggio’s 1598-1599’s Judith Beheading Holofernes.

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He’s all like, “uggh! I’m Dying! Gargle, gargle”. She’s like, I’m trying to concentrate. How rude!

The Ghost of a Flea by William Blake 1819-1820.

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This is one of William Blake’s spirit buddies he saw as a kid and painted it years later… I’m thinking that probably wasn’t the best career move.

Temptation of Saint Anthony by Hieronymus Bosch 1490.

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This is what the Middle Ages looked like.

The Witches Sabbath or the Great He-Goat by Francisco Goya, 1819-1823?

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Nothing captures day to day life like this painting.

Francis Bacon’s Figure With Meat, 1954.

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I don’t know if I should be scared or impressed?

The Scream, 1893 by Edvard Munch.

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This is how I feel everyday!

Madonna and Child with Infant Saint John the Baptist by Delcopo Del Selliao 1485

 

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I like how their caught up in their lives as the guy in the background is more interested in the crazy thing floating around in the sky.

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