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What are your favorite artworks? Answered

So, I was looking through a book and I found this amazingly detailed (and freaky) painting called "Arnolfini Marriage". Lot's of weird messages behind it. Anyway, here I have enclosed some of my favorite artworks I have seen. I want you to do the same with your comments. 1. Johanness van Eyck - "Arnolfini Marriage" 2. Leonardo Da Vinci - "Mona Lisa" 3. Edvard Munch - "The Scream"



6 years ago

Too many favorite peices of art to pick just one :/

on the first picture a man in a hat similar to the former President of Russia - Putin.


among my favorites are stephen wiltshires drawing of downtown las vegas, Mr. Cartoons sleeve mural for cypress hills grandes exitos en espanol and brian deleons portrait of tupac i have a print of it with a numbered business card.

1. M.C. Escher-Not even going to try to name a favorite, "Hand With Reflecting Globe" is pictured, but not necessarily my favorite. My dream mansion features a room completely covered in Escher prints. I'd throw people I don't like in there, and their heads would explode.


Instant earworm, thanks a lot...

Keep your 40 I'll just have an Earl Grey tea/ My rims never spin to the contrary/ you'll find that they're quite stationary/All of my action figures are cherry/Stephan Hawking's in my library

Sad part is that I typed that from memory...

Haha. You're welcome.

No, the sad part is I typed THIS from memory:

I got me a hundred gigabytes of RAM/I never feed trolls and I don't read spam/installed a T1 line in my house/always at my PC double clickin on my mizzouze/upgrade my system at least twice a day/I'm strictly plug and play./I ain't afraid of Y2K/I'm down with Bill Gates I call him "money" for short/I phone him up at home and I make him do my tech support!

I'll stop here...

Wrong song, he was doing "white and nerdy", that was "it' all about the Pentiums"

I see a face - that highest horse-mane is the hair, follow down at about 30o, you're following a profile, facing to the right.

Yes, I believe it is a native American face if I am not mistaken....

My favorite work, no doubt, is the mona lisa. When I saw her live, I realized that art is perfect, it conveys an incredible reality.
prestito inpdap


8 years ago

Roger Dean and Jean Tinguely always inspire my imagination.


edward hopper's "nighthawks"

There is a piece that I really like, but I can't remember the artist nor what it was titled, but it shows the artist painting/drawing himself (pipe in mouth IIRC) painting/drawing himself on a still smaller canvas, drawing himself on a still smaller one....

Yeah, that's him.....I am so tired....time to wrap up and go home. :-)

and although this is probably what I was thinking of, I thought there was a different one.....than


Is this the one you were talking about?

Yes, and no. I believe it is the one I described, but I was also thinking about something similar, by another artist I think...

I just can't seem to remember nor find any trace of it on line anywhere :-(

. IIRC, M.C. Escher did a similar one, but it didn't show up on the first few pages at Google Image.

If you mean this one below, I am not sure, I thought there were more mirrors involved....


Munch's "The Scream", definitely!

Yerp. When I looked it up and I saw the artists last name was "Munch" I couldn't help it, I laughed.

. Munch is pronounced similar to monk. Closer to moonk, but what the heck?

Oh! I didn't know that. Haha, guess I'm kind of ignerent.

. heehee I mangled Goethe for the longest time. Two syllables, not one.

I think that was a poke at another member...

I quite like An Experiment On A Bird in an Air Pump by Joseph Wright, but the things I have on my office wall (apart from my Robot plaque) are simply shapes or patterns to stare at while I think.

I keep a copy of the second image below on the wall above my desk because it so clearly demonstrates the nature of my job (it looks more impressive printed about 20cm wide).


cool! I've seem the second one too before.

Oh, it's all over the internet, usually on the first page of an image search for "illusion".