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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.
When Oedipus met the Sphinx in Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres’ painting his compliment was totally bullshit, just like John Stamos
This bitch in Edmund Leighton’s ‘Stitching the Standard’, does not and will not carry your size you fat whore.
This submission from Evie Lyras shows us that Jean Ingres’ Grande Odalisque and Regina have the same problem. We’re wondering if she cuts the nipples out of her tank tops too?
Even John William Waterhouse knew that Cady’s ‘Destiny’ was to get totally turnt on the regular.
William Adolphe Bouguereau’s Virgin of Consolation is having none of Jason’s shit today.
When Francisco Goya’s Saturn was Devouring His Son, we are positive that this thought crossed his mind. Mainly because he wanted to maintain his girlish figure.
So this one time Regina was totally going to punch Sibylle of Cleves in the face, so she had Lucas Cranach the Elder paint her an after portrait.
In this painting by Giambattista Tiepolo, Saint Cecilia is having a really hard time explaining girl code to her lil angel friend.
Botticelli’s Primavera was really just his own rendition of the Junior girls in the gymnasium. Like come on, look at all those lil betches.
When Bartholomeus van der Helst was painting Gerard Bicker’s portrait, we’re pretty sure he was also trying to explain the effects of Kalteen Bars. Why also would someone look like that? Someone had to be tricking him. Inspired by doctor-blind.