viernes, 21 de febrero de 2014

Arte y Humor


From left to right, they are Copley's Anne Fairchild Bowler, 1763, Modigliani's Madame Amédée, 1918, and the saucy Young Woman in White by a follower of David (look how yellow she used to be!), c.1798. Totally ruining the effect in the background is that attention whore, Renoir's horrible Girl with a Goddamn Watering Can (ugh), and in the foreground is some generic Madonna.


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