The memorization of Northwestern oil painting is well advanced.
As Kim Kardashian West doubles down defending his seven year old daughter The oil painting of North West by online reviewers, who wonder if a child could paint realistically such a realistic landscape, Twitter weighed in – with memes.
“North West painted this perdiotdddddabcdefgzfdt”, tweeted a user alongside the cover of New Zealand singer Lorde’s second studio album, “Melodrama”.
Another user has gone so far As for Photoshop, the “Melodrama” art in the picture Kardashian, 40, posted on Instagram of her firstborn.
“I can’t believe the Northwest painted this. she is so talented! tweeted another, alongside “Bold and Brash” painting the “Spongebob Squarepants” character Squidward created in an episode of the children’s animated show.
“Other masterpieces from the Northwest”, we read Tweeter featuring North West separately holding the Mona Lisa and “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” by Georges Seurat.
More self-deprecating tweets compare North West’s drawings to the more commonly expected art of seven-year-olds.
“The art of North West at age 7 versus my art at age 7”, one user wrote next to the original photo of North West and a large letter S.
In response to the controversy, Kardashian hateful informed that West was enrolled in an art class in which young participants create works of art over a period of several weeks.
“My daughter and her best friend took a serious oil painting class where their talents and creativity are encouraged and nurtured,” Kardashian said in an Instagram story. “North worked incredibly hard on her painting, which took several weeks to complete,” she continued. “As a proud mom, I wanted to share her work with everyone. I see opinion pieces in the media and social networks of adults who don’t know if my child actually painted this, ”she continued, alluding to the popular theory that the work was actually a Bob Ross painting. “How dare you see kids doing great things and then trying to accuse them of NOT being great!?!?!”