How To Recognize Famous Painters

It’s not always easy to recognize painters just by looking at their artworks. That’s where this illustrated guide comes in handy: with this simple cheat-sheet you will be able to impress your friends with your advanced knowledge about world’s best painters.

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  1. Anonymous September 25, 2019

    If it’s a face collage of someone you would not want to meet, it’s Hannah Hoch

  2. Anonymous September 25, 2019

    If it’s got a man with a derby hat. it’s Magritte

  3. Anonymous September 25, 2019

    If it looks like you need to put your glasses on, its’ Monet.

  4. Koizoh Rível September 26, 2019

    If it really looks like you, then put your glasses back on and get away from the mirror.

  5. Ev September 26, 2019

    If it has burn holes in it, it’s Miro.

  6. LauraC September 26, 2019

    If it’s made up of dots it’s Serat (Serat dot), Mother and Child is Mary Cassat (MCs),

  7. LauraC September 26, 2019

    Cassatt* (spelling)

  8. riChchestMat September 27, 2019

    If the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie it’s Damien Hirst

  9. Price September 27, 2019

    If it’s totally weird as if resulting from designer drugs gone bad, then it is Trenton Doyle Hancock.

  10. Roberta October 12, 2019

    If it’s a pope whose face is melting like the Nazis in Raiders of the Lost Ark, it’s Francis Bacon

  11. Anonymous November 2, 2019

    Very funny very truthful.

  12. Anonymous November 9, 2019

    It’s funny, but it actually helps match the painting with the painter. (Putin is so eerily accurate – wonder if he’s seen it?)

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