Sometimes, it’s Monday. And on Mondays, most of us are just barely holding on, freshly mourning the loss of the weekend whilst peering into the void that is another five-day work week. But fret not, you’re not alone. Because people have always hated Mondays.
What, you don’t think the idle picnickers of the 19th century experienced Sunday Sads? You don’t think the naked muses of yesteryear were #unimpressed with their 7 a.m. alarm? You don’t think Gertrude Stein loathed rolling into her desk after two days of hard partying? Well, they did.
Behold, paintings from art history that accurately reflect your current mood.