5 Most Famous Paintings
Here’s the most famous paintings in the world ever. Famous paintings has been an inspiration to the development of culture and history. Famous artists in the world such as Edvard Munch, Vincent van Gogh, Gustav Klimt, Leonardo da Vinci and Edouard Manet has made a lot of people captivated by their works over many centuries. If you are looking for paintings that have been famous in reproduction, here’s the list of the top 5 most famous paintings in the world.
A controversial realist painting is fourth famous painting, The Luncheon on the Grass by French painter Edouard Manet (1832 – 1883). It shows a nude woman lunching with two fully dressed men. They are in a conversation, ignoring the woman who stares directly at the viewer. The public was shocked when Manet exhibited it in 1863. Nowadays the cliche is sometimes used in advertisement but the painting has remained controversial.It hangs now in the Musee d’Orsay in Paris.
Bizarre Facebook Related Crimes
Social networks can be dangerous. Your personal life put on display to your friends on social network can give them too much right over your data. However, some internet laws help you save your privacy, to an extent. You can do some jail time for some crimes committed online. Here are some of the most bizarre and ridiculous Facebook related crimes.
Violating a restraining order is a bad thing, even if you do it on Facebook. Shannon Jackson from Tennessee did just that. She was prohibited phoning, contacting or communicating in any way with the petitioner. This act is punishable with 11months and 29 days of incarceration. No matter how virtual it may seem, the one who break the law in this way ought to pay $2500.
Top 10 Hottest Women in History
During Women’s History Month, we’d like to celebrate an aspect of historical females often overlooked by historians: their hotness. Powerful women throughout history have used their beauty as well as their intelligence to get ahead. It’s something successful modern women continue to do today. Here we will explore the history of hot and resourceful women and celebrate them the best way we know how: with a top 10 list.
The women on our list are ranked not only by beauty, but their historical significance and their effect on the men of their time. To be considered, they have to be dead and mentioned in history classes. We’ve excluded entertainers because there are already too many of those lists. Besides, we didn’t need them. Our list is political, royal, literary, and stands up to any celebrity list on the sexy scale.
The eldest novelist of the three famous Brontë sisters, Charlotte Brontë had a dark family past. You know what that means? Daddy issues. Case in point, she married her father’s caretaker when her father was dying. Regardless, her wit and intelligence could match any gentleman of her time. Her book Jane Eyre sparked an early feminist movement and made her very popular in London’s high-class social circles. Still, she remained a homebody, preferring to curl up with a book of poetry. Imagine her reading to you by firelight with her impeccable English accent.