Some of the most famous works of art can now be seen in a completely new light, thanks to the brains behind the 'If Paintings Could Text' Tumblr blog. Full of humour and sarcasm, this series is the perfect, albeit dark, sweet spot between art appreciation and modern pop culture.

Check these out.

1 - Orazio Gentileschi | Judith and Her Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes | 1624

2 - Francois Boucher | Madame de Pompadour | 1756

3 - Gustav Klimt | The Kiss | 1909

4 - Winslow Homer | The Undertow | 1886

5 - Pierre-Georges Jeanniot | La Folle | 1899

6 - Joseph Siffred Duplessis | Madame de Saint-Maurice | 1776

7 - Caspar David Friedrich | Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog | 1818

8 - Jacques Louise David | Cupid and Psyche | 1817

9 - Diego Velázquez | The Lady with a Fan | 1639

10 - John Singer Sargent | Madame X | 1884

11 - Johannes Vermeer | A Lady Writing a Letter | c.1665

12 - Wayne Thiebaud | Cakes | 1963

13 - Caravaggio | Bacchus | 1595

14 - Francis Bacon | Pope Innocent X | 1953

15 - Vincent van Gogh | The Night Café | 1888

16 - Peter Paul Rubens | The Lamentation | c.1612

17 - Wayne Thiebaud | Supine Woman | 1963

18 - Rene Magritte | The Double Secret | 1927

19 - Peter Paul Rubens | Venus and Adonis | c. 1614

20 - Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec | In Bed The Kiss | 1892

Source: If Paintings Could Text