14 Things Portraits Would Say If They Could Use The Internet

If all the paintings in the world could talk, what would they say? Their thoughts might just be as delightful as GEICO customer service.

1. Whistler’s Mother

James Abbott McNeill Whistler [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons / Via commons.wikimedia.org

2. George Washington

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3. The Mona Lisa

Leonardo da Vinci [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons / Via commons.wikimedia.org

4. Albrecht Dürer

Albrecht Dürer [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons / Via commons.wikimedia.org

5. “American Gothic”

Grant Wood [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons / Via en.wikipedia.org

6. Ludvig Von Beethoven

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7. “A Beauty With A Facebrush”

Utagawa Kuniyoshi [Public Domain] / Via commons.wikimedia.org

8. Leonardo Da Vinci

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9. Charles Darwin

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10. “The Swing”

Jean-Honoré Fragonard [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons / Via commons.wikimedia.org

11. Galileo Galilei

Justus Sustermans [Public domain or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons / Via en.wikipedia.org

12. “Dolce far Niente”

John William Godward [Public domain or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons / Via commons.wikimedia.org

13. Rudolf II as Vertumnus

[Public Domain] / Via en.wikipedia.org

14. William Shakespeare

John Taylor [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons / Via en.wikipedia.org

Sometimes they might just share IRL.

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