We could all use a smile in lieu of recent events, so I decided to update art history for 2020.

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#1

Girl With A Pearl Earring By Johannes Vermeer, 1665

Girl With A Pearl Earring By Johannes Vermeer, 1665

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Rosie Price
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1 week ago

She's giving you a look like 'keep that safe distance away'

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#2

American Gothic By Grant Wood, 1930

American Gothic By Grant Wood, 1930

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#3

Self-Portrait With Thorn Necklace And Hummingbird By Frida Kahlo, 1940

Self-Portrait With Thorn Necklace And Hummingbird By Frida Kahlo, 1940

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What Does The Fugly Say
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1 week ago

I'll never understand why people like that unibrow. It's so gross.

#4

Nighthawks At The Diner By Edward Hopper, 1942

Nighthawks At The Diner By Edward Hopper, 1942

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Emperor Kitten
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1 week ago

Given that most of the countries restaurants are closed, I'd expect the diner to be empty.

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#5

The Swing By Jean-Honoré Fragonard, 1767

The Swing By Jean-Honoré Fragonard, 1767

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*Clears throat*
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1 week ago

Wasn't that picture in Frozen????

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#6

Self Portrait By Vincent Van Gogh, 1889

Self Portrait By Vincent Van Gogh, 1889

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Mimi
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1 week ago

I guess that's before losing the ear...

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#7

Intermission By Edward Hopper, 1963

Intermission By Edward Hopper, 1963

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Avery S Alberico
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1 week ago

Social distancing captured perfectly

#8

The Scream By Edvard Munch, 1893

The Scream By Edvard Munch, 1893

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Isaiah Esteban
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1 week ago

He is screamed since he is scared of the people behind him who are not doing social distancing.

#9

Le Désespéré By Gustave Courbet, 1843-1845

Le Désespéré By Gustave Courbet, 1843-1845

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Rosie Price
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1 week ago

'OMG I FORGOT TO GET PASTA!!!!!! IT'S AFTER 4:00!!!!!!!! NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!

#10

Medusa By Caravaggio, 1595-1598

Medusa By Caravaggio, 1595-1598

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Kim Bush
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1 week ago

Well the snakes would help enforce the six foot distance rule

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#11

The Kiss By Gustav Klimt, 1907

The Kiss By Gustav Klimt, 1907

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nettie netwitch
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1 week ago

No safety distance!

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#12

Tallenge Napoleon Crossing The Alps By Jacques Louis David, 1801-1805

Tallenge Napoleon Crossing The Alps By Jacques Louis David, 1801-1805

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Rosie Price
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1 week ago

'Get away from me! Safe distance, REMEMBER!'

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#13

Mona Lisa By Leonardo Da Vinci, 1503

Mona Lisa By Leonardo Da Vinci, 1503

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Boodle
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1 week ago

No one will know what shes smiling at. Or if shes smiling at all.

#14

Rosie The Riveter

Rosie The Riveter

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Harold Summer
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1 week ago

This does reflect our awesome workforce in medicine and grocery stores and more.

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#15

Marchesa Casati By Augustus John, 1912

Marchesa Casati By Augustus John, 1912

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#16

Portrait Of Dr Heinrich Stadelmann By Otto Dix, 1922

Portrait Of Dr Heinrich Stadelmann By Otto Dix, 1922

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Maiitsoh
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1 week ago

He looks like his mask has already failed him

#17

Reverie By Alphonse Mucha, 1897

Reverie By Alphonse Mucha, 1897

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#18

The Creation Of Adam By Michelangelo, 1512

The Creation Of Adam By Michelangelo, 1512

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Robert Robi Z
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1 week ago

Adam needs one more mask

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#19

The Blue Boy By Thomas Gainsborough, 1770

The Blue Boy By Thomas Gainsborough, 1770

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Angry Duck
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1 week ago (edited)

I always wondered why he was called a blue boy because his skin is not blue but I think used to be like color blind or something because I see why now #wordsarehard

#20

Marie Antoinette

Marie Antoinette

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#21

Arnolfini Portrait By Jan Van Eyck, 1434

Arnolfini Portrait By Jan Van Eyck, 1434

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#22

Queen Elizabeth II 336 By Andy Warhol, 1985

Queen Elizabeth II 336 By Andy Warhol, 1985

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#23

Arrangement In Grey And Black No.1 By James Abbott Mcneill Whistler, 1870

Arrangement In Grey And Black No.1 By James Abbott Mcneill Whistler, 1870

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#24

Lady Of Shalott By John William Waterhouse, 1888

Lady Of Shalott By John William Waterhouse, 1888

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#25

L’etoile By Edgar Degas, 1878

L’etoile By Edgar Degas, 1878

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#26

La Tunique Rose By Tamara De Lempicka, 1927

La Tunique Rose By Tamara De Lempicka, 1927

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#27

Birth Of Venus By Sandro Botticelli, 1485-1486

Birth Of Venus By Sandro Botticelli, 1485-1486

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#28

Chairman Mao By Andy Warhol, 1972

Chairman Mao By Andy Warhol, 1972

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#29

Salome By Lucas Cranach The Elder, 1530

Salome By Lucas Cranach The Elder, 1530

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LeMlle Bernard
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1 week ago

That covidiot probably axed him to steal his mask.

#30

Raft Of The Medusa By Théodore Géricault, 1818

Raft Of The Medusa By Théodore Géricault, 1818

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M Adams
Community Member
1 week ago

They are not social distancing!

#31

The Virgin And Child With Angels By Jean Fouquet, 1452-1458

The Virgin And Child With Angels By Jean Fouquet, 1452-1458

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Mark
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1 week ago

Hah! Censored the nipple but not the kids weiner!

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#32

The Three Graces By Peter Paul Rubens, 1666

The Three Graces By Peter Paul Rubens, 1666

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Zadie Kruglov
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1 week ago

what about #3

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#33

Sistine Madonna By Raphael, 1512-1513

Sistine Madonna By Raphael, 1512-1513

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#34

Truth Coming Out Of Her Well By Jean-Léon Gérôme, 1896

Truth Coming Out Of Her Well By Jean-Léon Gérôme, 1896

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#35

Leda And The Swan By François Le Moyne, 1720

Leda And The Swan By François Le Moyne, 1720

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Mark
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1 week ago

Good job that black square is there, that swan is going right for the nipple!

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#36

Lady Liberty Leading The People By Eugène Delacroix, 1830

Lady Liberty Leading The People By Eugène Delacroix, 1830

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Isaiah Esteban
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1 week ago

Lead the people to health!

#37

Venus Of Urbino By Titian, 1534

Venus Of Urbino By Titian, 1534

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