Jun
23
2012

A RiffTrax for High Art

On this rainy New York City Friday, I went to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. I found the exhibit of nineteenth century European artists especially evocative. The color, depth and passion expressed by the artists’ brushes truly inspired me….enough to spend the afternoon ignoring the audio tour I had purchased. Instead, I quietly annotated each painting for myself and giggled just softly enough so as not to disturb my fellow cultural patrons. Much like the perfect wine complements a fine meal, today I discovered that the perfect iPhone camera and sense of snarkiness complements fine art.

Enjoy!

wolves

It’s amazing how they got the wolves to pose for so long!

horsesass

An artist who captured the true essence of the Earl’s personality.

weirdhat2

Match.com first date nightmare.

skinny

An early attempt to counteract the portrait adding 10 lbs.

first_date

Match.com first date nightmare, part duex.

weirdhat

 “No, really, Uncle Alfonso, the hat will be GREAT for the portrait…”

creepykid

No one understood why little Lindsay’s birds never seemed to last very long.

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  • Peter Rabover

    Ok  I liked the snark

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