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11 Historic Paintings That Really Could Have Rocked A MaleCrimp

Because one of history's greatest mistakes is that the crimping iron came so late.

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1. Portrait of Beethoven With Wild Crimp, 1820

Joseph Karl Stieler / Via en.wikipedia.org

2. Portrait of Alfred Sisley With Scarf Crimp, 1868

Pierre-Auguste Renoir - The Yorck Project / Via en.wikipedia.org

3. Camille Monet on a Garden Bench Accompanied by Man With Fluffy Crimp, 1873

Claude Monet / Metropolitan Museum of Art / Via en.wikipedia.org

4. Self-Portrait With Pastel Crimp, 1659.

Rembrandt van Rijn / National Gallery Of Art / image courtesy National Gallery of Art / Via nga.gov

5. Portrait of a Crimped-Haired Man With a Dog, c. 1520

National Gallery Of Art / image courtesy National Gallery of Art / Via nga.gov

6. Portrait of a Man With a Fluffy Crimp, c. 1762

Pompeo Batoni / National Gallery Of Art / image courtesy National Gallery of Art / Via nga.gov

7. Portrait of a Venetian Gentleman With Stylish Crimp, c. 1510/1515

Cariani / National Gallery Of Art / image courtesy National Gallery of Art / Via images.nga.gov

8. Portrait of a Gentleman Wearing a Fancy Ruff and an Equally Fancy Crimp, 1627

Thomas de Keyser (Dutch, 1596/1597 - 1667 ), Portrait of a Gentleman Wearing a Fancy Ruff, 1627, oil on copper, The Lee and Juliet Folger Fund 2012.12.1
Thomas de Keyser / National Gallery Of Art / image courtesy National Gallery of Art / Via images.nga.gov

Thomas de Keyser (Dutch, 1596/1597 - 1667 ), Portrait of a Gentleman Wearing a Fancy Ruff, 1627, oil on copper, The Lee and Juliet Folger Fund 2012.12.1

9. The Emperor Napoleon in his Study at the Tuileries With Stylish Crimp, 1812

Jacques-Louis David (French, 1748 - 1825 ), The Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries, 1812, oil on canvas, Samuel H. Kress Collection 1961.9.15
Jacques-Louis David / National Gallery Of Art / image courtesy National Gallery of Art / Via nga.gov

Jacques-Louis David (French, 1748 - 1825 ), The Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries, 1812, oil on canvas, Samuel H. Kress Collection 1961.9.15

10. Williamstown Portrait of George Washington With Luscious Crimp, 1797

Gilbert Stuart / Clark Art Institute / Via commons.wikimedia.org

11. Portrait of a Gentleman With a Flowing Crimp Petting A Dog, c. 1663

Antonis Mor / Image Courtesy of Andrew W. Mellon Collection / Via nga.gov

These guys could have rocked a MaleCrimp. Could you?

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