Girl in Denim Shorts vy Degas
Girl in Denim Shorts vy Degas
Girl in Denim Shorts vy Degas.

Funny Hillary Clinton and Obama Ballet Dancers by Degas

Hillary Clinton and Obama Ballet Dancers by Degas
Member reactions:
Awesome caricatures. Dollar bills are useless imo
Really well done chop, congrats on the win.
Very artistic remake. Congrats on the gold, Elegary.

Funny American Gothic by Degas

American Gothic by Degas
Member reactions:
Well done Ho. Close enough to "nowadays" for me.
Congratulations HoHouse. Yer' on a roll-nice work.
Excellent merge of the two classics, HoHouse. Congrats on the wood. See, you produce excellent pieces when you dont stick to the overcrowded compositions stuffed with overused sources.

Funny Friends at McDonald's by Degas

Friends at McDonald's by Degas

Funny Degas' Kids With Huge Eyes And Governess

Degas' Kids With Huge Eyes And Governess
Degas was said to be Walter Keane's inspiration. It's also possible he simply had a really bad sense of proportion in terms of the human face.
Member reactions:
Somehow this merge seems quite natural even though it comes from two different styles. It must be true that Degas was Walter Keane's inspiration

Funny The Dead Heads by Degas

The Dead Heads by Degas
Member reactions:
Creative and somewhat spooky too. Congrats on the silver, 420.

Funny Lady Gaga the Dancer by Degas

Lady Gaga the Dancer by Degas

Funny Keanu Reeves Portrait by Degas

Keanu Reeves Portrait by Degas
Keanu Reeves Degas

Funny Bill Clinton And Monica by Degas

Bill Clinton And Monica by Degas

Funny Eric Clapton And BB King by Degas

Eric Clapton And BB King by Degas
Member reactions:
Pretty damn good, luci. Congrats on the bronze.

Funny Degas 2014

Degas 2014
July 19 was the 180th birthday of one of the most famous French artists - Edgar Degas. He is regarded as one of the founders of Impressionism, even though he more preferred to be called a realist. Degas started painting seriously very early in his life. Obsessed with painting, he turned his room into an artist studio by the age of 18. His father - a wealthy French banker - was originally against Edgar's love for art and wanted him to become a lawyer instead. At the age of 21, Degas dropped out of Law school and went to Italy for three years where he copied the works of Michelangelo, Raphael and Titian. Degas talent flourished under the guidance of his first teacher Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, whose first advice to Edgar was "draw lines, young man, many lines..." To mark the 180th birthday of Edgar Degas, show how his paintings would be different if he created them nowadays - e.g. including modern elements in his works, making them promote and endorse products and services, including celebrities and politicians in his art, hiring Degas to do movie posters, etc. Many thanks to pcrdds for the themepost.

Funny Degas 2013

Degas 2013
This Friday is the 179th birthday of one of the most famous French artists - Edgar Degas. He is regarded as one of the founders of Impressionism, even though he more preferred to be called a realist. Degas started painting seriously very early in his life. Obsessed with painting, he turned his room into an artist studio by the age of 18. His father - a wealthy French banker - was originally against Edgar's love for art and wanted him to become a lawyer instead. At the age of 21, Degas dropped out of Law school and went to Italy for three years where he copied the works of Michelangelo, Raphael and Titian. Degas talent flourished under the guidance of his first teacher Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, whose first advice to Edgar was "draw lines, young man, many lines..." To celebrate the 179th birthday of Edgar Degas, show how his paintings would be different if he created them nowadays - e.g. including modern elements in his works, making them promote and endorse products and services, including celebrities and politicians in his art, hiring Degas to do movie posters, etc.

Funny Degas 2012

Degas 2012
This Thursday is the 178th birthday of one of the most famous French artists - Edgar Degas. He is regarded as one of the founders of Impressionism, even though he more preferred to be called a realist. Degas started painting seriously very early in his life. Obsessed with painting, he turned his room into an artist studio by the age of 18. His father - a wealthy French banker - was originally against Edgar's love for art and wanted him to become a lawyer instead. At the age of 21, Degas dropped out of Law school and went to Italy for three years where he copied the works of Michelangelo, Raphael and Titian. Degas talent flourished under the guidance of his first teacher Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, whose first advice to Edgar was "draw lines, young man, many lines..." To celebrate the 178th birthday of Edgar Degas, show how his paintings would be different if he created them nowadays - e.g. including modern elements in his works, making them promote and endorse products and services, including celebrities and politicians in his art, hiring Degas to do movie posters, etc.

Funny Edgar Degas Art

Edgar Degas Art
This Tuesday is the 177th birthday of one of the most famous French artists - Edgar Degas. He is regarded as one of the founders of Impressionism, even though he more preferred to be called a realist. Degas started painting seriously very early in his life. Obsessed with painting, he turned his room into an artist studio by the age of 18. His father - a wealthy French banker - was originally against Edgar's love for art and wanted him to become a lawyer instead. At the age of 21, Degas dropped out of Law school and went to Italy for three years where he copied the works of Michelangelo, Raphael and Titian. Degas talent flourished under the guidance of his first teacher Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, whose first advice to Edgar was "draw lines, young man, many lines..." To celebrate the 177th birthday of Edgar Degas, show how his paintings would be different if he created them nowadays - e.g. including modern elements in his works, making them promote and endorse products and services, including celebrities and politicians in his art, hiring Degas to do movie posters, etc.

Funny Edgar Degas Paintings

Edgar Degas Paintings
This Monday is the 176th birthday of one of the most famous French artists - Edgar Degas. He is regarded as one of the founders of Impressionism, even though he more preferred to be called a realist. Degas started painting seriously very early in his life. Obsessed with painting, he turned his room into an artist studio by the age of 18. His father - a wealthy French banker - was originally against Edgar's love for art and wanted him to become a lawyer instead. At the age of 21, Degas dropped out of Law school and went to Italy for three years where he copied the works of Michelangelo, Raphael and Titian. Degas talent flourished under the guidance of his first teacher Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, whose first advice to Edgar was "draw lines, young man, many lines..." To celebrate the 176th birthday of Edgar Degas, show how his paintings would be different if he created them nowadays - e.g. including modern elements in his works, making them promote and endorse products and services, including celebrities and politicians in his art, hiring Degas to do movie posters, etc.

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