Other Famous Actors in Old Paintings
There has been a lot of buzz over Stallone being found in a 16th century painting.
Pope Gregory said I’m going to eat lightning and crap thunder.
I’ll agree it does look like Stallone. This painting has spurred a lot of discussion, real and joke, that Stallone may be an immortal. The Ancient Aliens crowd are in serious full effect with this.
If you stare at enough 16th century paintings for long enough; in this case an hour and a half using google image search. You can find a lot of famous people in 16th century paintings.
Comedian Louis C.K. was found in Pieter Pourbus’ “The Last Supper”. Take a closer look at the red haired guy with the bag who is obviously running out on the check. (Also note he is about to be blindsided by a zombie.)
This painting by an unknown artist of Duke Albrecht the fifth as a scary resemblance to Cheech Marin especially if you are viewing it while under the influence of certain substances.
Weird Al Yankovic
The painting entitled “Christ Carrying Cross” proves what I have thought all my life. Weird Al is God.
Art imitating Art. Tyrrion Lannister in a recently found 17th century dutch painting by a student of Rembrandt called “The Topper”. A topper is a person who imbibes in a lot of alcohol.
In the paintng “Flight into Egypt” depicting Mary and Jesus escaping to Egypt on a donkey while trying to pass an old man and a dog who is obviously going slow in the fast lane while an angel is giving directions.
Take a closer look at the angel.
We all knew Steve Buscemi was talented, but supernatural?
Since it’s Sunday… I’ll end this here…
Thanks again to the Corey and Jay show for the link… Coreyandjayshow.iheartradio.com
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