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Top 25 Work of Art Easter Eggs

pic John Adams Vs. Thomas Jefferson... Round 1 - 7.2/10 with 130 votes
Posted Monday, December 23 in Signing of the Declaration of Independence
First you need to obtain a copy of the Signing od the Declaration of Independence. If you look closely at the lower right-hand corner of the painting you will notice that John Adams is standing proudly with his foot ON TOP OF Thomas Jefferson's! The reason... more
pic Secret Tidbits - 7.2/10 with 82 votes
Posted Sunday, August 12 in Burial of Count Orgaz (El Greco)
In El Greco's painting, The Burial of Count Orgaz, there are a number of eggs. First, there are only 2 people in the painting looking straight [sic?] out of the painting towards the viewer. One is a boy on the far left side of the lower half of the... more
Hidden Pictures in Eyes - 7.2/10 with 94 votes
Posted Saturday, March 18 in Image of Guadalupe
In the right eye of the Virgin Mary (the eye on your left, when looking at the picture), there are 2 hidden portraits. They are hard to see, but noticable without a magnifying glass. If you look closely you can see one face said to resemble Juan Diego,... more
Persistence of Vision - 7.1/10 with 49 votes
Posted Wednesday, October 25 in Saccadoscopoeia (Seattle Metro Tunnel installation)
In downtown Seattle's Metro Tunnel at University Station (3rd & University), there is an installation--"Saccadoscopoeia" by Bill Bell--on the northernmost wall of the mezzanine. It consists of scattered red and green columns of LEDs, spaced evenly left... more
Brunelleschi's Dome and Dufay's "Nuper Rosarum Flores" - 7.1/10 with 75 votes
Posted Saturday, September 7 in Florence Cathedral
If you're familiar with Renaissance history, you know that Guillame Dufay's "Nuper Rosarum Flores" (The Rose Blossoms) was written for the dedication of the Flanders Cathedral, in Florence Italy. However, the song and the cathedral have much more in common.

As... more
pic The Hidden Person - 7.1/10 with 201 votes
Posted Tuesday, October 5 in Hallucinogenic Toreador (Dali, Salvidor)
In the painting there are two large female figures. If you look at the figures you will see the picture of the toreador (bull fighter).
First look at the girl with the white dress who is right next to the figure in the red dress.
She for the most part... more
UFO? - 7.1/10 with 77 votes
Posted Thursday, August 17 in Madonna with St. Giovannino
1) I am surprised nobody has posted this yet.
2) If you look on the upper right of the Madonna's head, you should see a UFO. There's a dude and a dog looking thing staring at it if you look closely.
3) It took me like 6 months, but i finally found a... more
Rembrandt in Night Watch - 7.0/10 with 59 votes
Posted Saturday, February 9 in Nightwatch (Rembrandt)
Rembrandt hid himself in his most famous picture The Night watch. On the back row, between the man with the flag and the man with the helmet you can see an eye with a beret. If you look precisely, you notice it is the painter himself.
pic Extra - 6.9/10 with 500 votes
Posted Thursday, December 9 in Last Supper, The (Leonardo da Vinci)
This may be quite known, however in Leonardo's painting "The Last Supper" there are more hands than there should be, according to the number of people around the table. Also the extra hand is holding a knife pointed at Jesus. (the hand is located under... more
911 - 6.8/10 with 46 votes
Posted Wednesday, October 25 in Star Trek CCG
In the q-continuum expansion set card Data's body
Decipher's artists thought Data was in need of a little assistance, so they added a helpful suggestion to the rear panels of the transporter chamber: "Call 911."
heres a link to the site

U.S.S. Enterprise Model - 6.8/10 with 82 votes
Posted Friday, February 23 in U.S.S. Enterprise Model
In the Smithsonian Institute, visit the Air and Space Museum. On the second floor, there is a large scale model of the U.S.S. Enterprise Carrier. Look at the stern, right on the small deck which hangs over the back of the ship. You will notice a small... more
Data's Metals - 6.5/10 with 51 votes
Posted Sunday, August 22 in Star Trek CCG
In the picture of the matals you can see the reflection of none other than Gene Rodenbury himself.
pic Naked Man in Camel (Manneken Pis) and Lion (Flemish Belgium symbol) - 6.2/10 with 555 votes
Posted Monday, November 29 in Camel Cigarette Packs
Look in the left leg of the camel. You will see a naked man. You can see a faint head and his arms bent, grasping his side. His p*nis is darkened and is very visible. Interesting...no?

THE FACTS: The little boy is the famous Brussels statue Manneken... more
Raphael in Painting - 6.1/10 with 74 votes
Posted Thursday, April 13 in School of Athens (Raphael)
Look in the lowest most-right group of people. Look carefully, you should see Raphael's face poking out. He's in between the girl in the golden outfit and the guy with white clothes and a white hat on. Its the group where they seem to be playing a game... more
pic Mike Gave Them Hell - 6.0/10 with 69 votes
Posted Tuesday, May 15 in Last Judgement (Michelangelo)
In Michelangelo's painting, The Last Judgment (in the Sistine Chapel), the gates of Hell at the bottom of the painting were put right behind the pulpit, where the Pope stood to give Mass. Also, St. Bartholomew (below and to the right of Christ)
is a... more
Death's Product - 5.8/10 with 102 votes
Posted Tuesday, August 17 in Ambassadors , The (Hans Holbien)
Near the bottom of this piece , warped only by the mind of a true master is a human skull. I think that he was trying to imply that Death is just around the corner
pic The Last Supper - 5.8/10 with 219 votes
Posted Sunday, August 15 in Last Supper, The (Leonardo da Vinci)
In leonardo's painting of the last supper there are several superstitous "ideas" in the painting, like a spilled salt shaker. Also, it was said that there was some lacing around his painting that took him many hours to do, and when everybody started looking... more
Self Portrait - 5.7/10 with 70 votes
Posted Friday, February 25 in Bather, The (Cezanne, Paul)
This painting is owned by the Museum Of Modern Art in New York City and is in the Lilly Bliss collection. It depicts an introspective, solitary male bather standing, hands on hips, on dry, sandy soil.

In the right background of the picture, over... more
More Nekkid Folk - 5.7/10 with 99 votes
Posted Friday, April 21 in Camel Cigarette Packs
OK, so most saw the big picture of the guy on the rump of the camel. Look behind the shoulder, on the hump, and various other shaded areas. There are several more pictures, even of couples coupling...........
Parabola - 5.6/10 with 471 votes
Posted Tuesday, February 29 in Mona Lisa, The (Leonardo da Vinci)
My humanities professor said that every line in the Mona Lisa is based on a parabola (remember the curve y=x^2 from high school geometry). If you look closely, there is not a single line in the painting that cannot be shown to be a parabola.
Michelangelo in Painting - 5.5/10 with 44 votes
Posted Saturday, April 15 in School of Athens (Raphael)
If you look towards the bottom of the painting, towards the left, you will see a man sprawled out but himself. This is a portrait of michelangelo. The story goes, Michelangelo was working on the sistine chapel and didn't want anyone to see it, but Raphael... more
pic Hidden Vulture - 5.3/10 with 92 votes
Posted Saturday, March 18 in Virgin and Child with St.Anne, The (Leonardo da Vinci)
Turn a copy of the picture 90 degrees clockwise. The bird is the outer part of Mary's faded blue cloak. The part behind her, looks like a beak and a head!
Jesus & Judas - 4.9/10 with 288 votes
Posted Wednesday, September 15 in Last Supper, The (Leonardo da Vinci)
In the painting, he found a baker (or other commonfolk) who's face he wanted for Jesus. After painting Jesus, he kept painting the rest of the picture, until it was time to paint in Judas. He went around, and found the person he was looking for. It... more
pic The Most World Renowned Portrait! - 4.6/10 with 933 votes
Posted Tuesday, September 7 in Mona Lisa, The (Leonardo da Vinci)
When you compare a photo of Leonardo da Vinci to his famouse painting The Mona Lisa, you will see that Miss Mona Lisa looks strikingly similar to Mr. Da Vinci. Leonardo da Vinci was first discovered as an artist for painting self-portraits, what does... more
Mona Lisa the Stripper - 3.6/10 with 862 votes
Posted Tuesday, September 28 in Mona Lisa, The (Leonardo da Vinci)
When Da Vinci painted this painting, it is said that he painter her naked, and then painted over another coat with clothes on. How interesting!!

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