Combining a tattoo with a gorgeous painting often produces a stunning effect. We have prepared for you a list of the 10 most common painting motifs featured on tattoos. See how well these two arts combine!
It turns out that what we like on the gallery walls looks very good on the skin. The tattoos contain motives of famous masters and artists who are also deeply rooted in popular culture.
10. Monet and his water lilies.
Claude Monet is one of the leading representatives of the French Impressionists. The most popular are his paintings of water lilies (water lilies) in his garden near Paris. This look is also common in tattoos, especially for women.
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And this is what Monet's water lilies look like ...
9. Creation of Adam Michelangelo
One of the most famous hands in the world, painted by Michelangelo on the vault of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican.
And such a variation on the theme 🙂
8. Mona Lisa, the most important picture of the world.
The most famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci does not rank first on our list. However, it cannot be ignored as it occupies an important place as a historical and artificial tattoo motif. Interestingly, different types of variations are more common than normal image reproduction. Here are some examples.
The canonical work of Japanese art is woodcut. The Great Wave off Kanagawa Hokusai's Katsushiki has already been reproduced many times. They can be seen on the walls of Asian restaurants, socks, or just tattoos. Below is our selection.
It was one of the most important touches in the world and is now the famous kiss of an Austrian artist. An unusual work, depicting lovers in a flower meadow, found many amateurs among tattoo lovers. Good tattoo studio, good design, and a tattoo should never be in awe!
5. Alphonse Mucha
A well-known Czech Art Nouveau artist is in the middle of our list. His unusual theatrical posters featuring beautiful women have earned him international fame and recognition. Here is a selection of the most interesting tattoo motifs.
4. Pablo Picasso
Probably everyone can recognize his paintings. The distinctive style also looks great on tattoos. Not only works, but also the image of the artist himself gets into the skin. One of the most popular themes is the image Guernica.
3. Starlight Night Van Gogh
The top three on this list is opened by Vincent Van Gogh, the famous Dutch artist, famous for his images of sunflowers and French landscapes. Drawing Starlight Night goes beyond imitation of nature and enters the realm of the imagination. This is what Van Gogh's night looks like ...
and this is how it looks on a tattoo ...
2. Salvador Dalí
Another picturesque giant, known for such motifs as a flying clock or elephants on slender legs. These elements, as well as the image of the artist himself, are popular tattoo designs.
The first place on our list is a woman. An unusual artist known for a large number of self-portraits. Her distinctive eyebrows or floral hairstyle is hard not to recognize, which is why these elements have become the basis of many tattoos. Thanks to her unique paintings, Frida Halo has taken a permanent place in the world of art, pop culture and ... tattoos.
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