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Little known fact, Bath & Body Works was actually named after Rembrandt’s Bathsheba’s passion for soap.
This Amorous Old Woman basically lost her shit when a Young Man asked her what day it was in Lucas Cranach’s painting
Apparently the requirement to be one of the Bathers in a William Adolphe-Bouguereau painting is an all-carb diet.
Apparently Jean-Baptiste Oudry’s dogs only ever wanted to do one thing, so he painted Le Serail du Doguin to express his frustration.
When Théodore Chassériau didn’t let these Two Sisters wear pink for their Wednesday portrait, this is what they had to say.
When Saint Francis of Assisi fell during a trust fall, all Caravaggio could do was say this.
When Gaspare Landi was painting the Head of Ariadne, he totes caught her mid-eye roll.
Frida Kahlo’s self portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird shows how she loved to play with all the little birdies and the little monkeys.
It looks like Sassoferrato’s Virgin Mary is still having a really hard getting over her break up with Joseph after he found out she was hooking up with God in the projection room on Thursdays.
William Adolphe Bouguereau’s The Youth of Bacchus really depicts what it feels like to be popular.
The truth behind Picasso’s Les Desmoiselles D’Avignon revealed!
In Wilhelm Kray’s ‘Winter’ we don’t care who Janis would be, because lesbihonest they’re totes getting it on.
These two betches with their fabulous updos got ‘The Amusing Letter’ right out of Karl Gampenrieder’s burn book.
Alexandre Cabanel’s ‘Phedre’ really hates it when you look at her. Like really hates it.