Memes throughout history - Imgur

Memes throughout history

Jacques Louis David The Death of Socrates, , Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of The Death of Socrates by Jacques Louis David.

Classical #Art Memes

Classical art memes are the best

Classical art memes are the best *I think I have a newfound love for classical / medieval art. They're hilarious!

Христос в пустыне (Иисус в пустыне) [Ivan Kramskoy - Christ in the Wilderness]. Иван Николаевич Крамской

Ivan Kramskoy - Christ in the Wilderness, 1872 Oil on Canvas, 180 x 210 cm The State Tretyakov Gallery Moscow, Russia

So funny!

Narcissus Selfies, I died laughing, please someone else get this greek mythology joke!

Jean-Michel Basquiat Self portrait, 1983

An entry from Quite Continental

vjeranski: “ Self Portrait (Plaid) 1983 Jean-Michel Basquiat ”

The Death of Socrates by Jacques Louis David.  Art Experience NYC

The Art Curator for Kids - Kinesthetic Art History - Jacques-Louis David-The Death of Socrates

map of ancient greece


of Macedonia was a kingdom on the northern Greek . Macedonia is an Greek province on the northern Greek peninsula that was liberated from foreign occupation in 1912

Marat asesinado. David

Marat asesinado

Generally, The Blue Boy is thought to be Jonathan Buttall. Buttall was the son of a wealthy English merchant. It was painted by Thomas Gainsborough around 1770.    The painting hangs opposite Pinkie at the Huntington Library.

Thomas Gainsborough - The Blue Boy (The Huntington Library, San Marino L.) oil on canvas, cm × cm in × in) Location Huntington Library, San Marino, California

Renaissance art. Leonardo Da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci Female Head painting is shipped worldwide,including stretched canvas and framed art.This Leonardo da Vinci Female Head painting is available at custom size.

Spartan women

I hope y'all Know This was an actual badass line from queen gorgo When asked by someone why spartan women could rule men.

Caravaggio -

Caravaggio ~ Supper at Emmaus ~ 1601 ~ Oil on canvas ~ National Gallery, London. Caravaggio included himself as the figure on the top left.