Pictures with oppressive atmosphere.
Civilian portraits and soothing art pieces there are creepy old pictures that give viewers a more disturbing view of the world. These famous painting of the horrors go from slightly strange to absolutely shocking and abnormal. Can you cope with these unpleasant 10 works of art? Many have tried and many have failed.
One of the most famous paintings by Pablo Picasso Guernica shows the tragedies of war and the suffering it causes people, especially innocent civilians. This work has gained a monumental status and has become a permanent reminder of the cruelty of war.
2. Dante and Virgil in hell.
Dante and Virgil in hell V. A. Bugera was inspired by a short scene from Dante’s hell, where Dante, accompanied by Virgil watching a fight between two damned souls.
3. Necronom IV.
This frightening creation from renowned artist Hans Rudolf Giger was the inspiration for the creatures in the movie “Alien”. Giger suffered from night terrors and his paintings are to some extent inspired by his experience of sleep disorders.
The scream – a series of expressionist paintings and work of Norwegian artist Edvard Munch which shows a painful figure in the background color of the sky. Despite the fancy appearance, the Creek was originally inspired by an evening walk in which Munch was a witness “blood red” setting sun, feeling a sense in which nature was screaming.
5. Gallowgate Lard.
This oil painting by Scottish author Ken Currie is supposed to be his self portrait. Kerry majored in grim, social-realist subjects and portrayed a grim urban life of the Scottish working class.
6. Saturn devouring his son.
One of the most famous and disturbing works by Spanish artist Francisco Goya was actually written on the wall of his home between 1820 and 1823. Saturn devouring his son, was based on the Greek myth of the Titan Chronus (romanized to Saturn) who feared that he would be overthrown by one of his children. His solution was to have each birth.
7. The massacre of the innocents.
It is believed that this intense work of art by Peter Paul Rubens consisting of two paintings and completed in 1612, was written under the influence of the famous Italian artist Caravaggio.
8. Amputated limbs.
“Amputated limbs” – shocking masterpiece of the French painter Theodore Gericault, who used human remains as subjects for their work.
9. Diomedes devoured by his horses.
“Diomedes devoured by his horses” is a watercolor painting by French artist-symbolist Gustave Moreau that depicts the dramatic climax from the 8th labor of Hercules, who was ordered to capture the four flesh-eating horses belonging to king Diomedes. Hercules killed the king in battle and fed his body to the horses.
10. A Negro hung alive by the edge of the gallows.
This horrible image of William Blake shows a slave suspended to a gallows, with a hook through his ribs. The work is based on the records of the witness from the Dutch soldier John. G. Steadman, who personally witnessed the cruelty.
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