Sep
8
2011

Top 10 Amazing Tattoos of Famous Paintings

In current age, tattoos are symbol of style, fashion and latest trends. Everyone like to draw tattoos on their bodies. Tattoos looks amazing, stylish and stunning. Today Top 10 Marvels presenting a list of Top 10 Tattoos of most  famous paintings in the world. Here we go…

10. Beckmann’s Fisherwomen

Beckmann's Fisherwomen

This tattoo of Max Beckmann’s “Fisherwomen” is looking stunning on the arm of this guy named Sal. Not only is it huge, it’s personalized: the two figures on the right have been made to look like him and his girlfriend! This is really amazing and creative.

09. Van Gogh’s Starry Night

Van Gogh's Starry Night

The tattoo at the back of this guy is looking really good.

08. Monet’s Water Liles

Monet's Water Liles

Monet’s tattoo by David Page at Nautilus Tattoo, Newington, CT.

07. Klimt’s The Kiss

Klimt's The Kiss

This tattoo is a amazing recreation of “The Kiss” by Gustav Klimt with the colors, shapes and passion drawn from the painting.

06. Beardley’s The Peacock Skirt

Beardley's The Peacock Skirt

Brandon Boyd’s Aubrey Beardley tattoo is really beautiful.


05. Picasso’s Guernica

Picasso's Guernica

This Yann’s style of making tattoo completely ignore the idea of filled painted tattoos tradition and it’s really look like over-sized fleshy doodle pads for him to leave his considered scribbles all over.

04. Frida Kahlo’s Self Portrait

Frida Kahlo's Self Portrait

Frida Kahlo’s Self-Portrait Dedicated to Dr. Eloesser in 1940.

03. Dali’s Disintegration of The Persistence of Memory

Dali's Disintegration of The Persistence of Memory

This amazing ink work tattoo was done by Salt Lake City Utah artist Vic Back.

02. Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa

Monet's Water Liles

Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa is one of the most famous artworks in History, and people try to show their love for it in different ways but this huge Back Tattoo seems really very painful to show your love for art. Tattoo artist HeadOvMetal has posted this Mona Lisa back tattoo from the Seattle Tattoo convention of 1995.

01. Munch’s The Scream

Monet's Water Liles

Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” by tattoo artist 540.


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