From Charlie Chaplin to Ingmar Bergman to Paris’ 1920s expatriate literary scene, Woody Allen is a filmmaker who wears his influences from across all media on his tweed-covered sleeve. So it’s only right that Allen, in turn, has inspired a visual art exhibition. Gallery 1988′s group show, The Humorist, pays tribute to the director, writer, actor, and comedian’s 50-year career. Through February 2nd, visitors to the gallery’s Venice location can see beautiful and clever riffs on Bananas, Zelig, Manhattan, Midnight in Paris, and more — including an awful of lot of pieces inspired by Annie Hall. Click through to see a selection of our favorite pieces, and visit Gallery 1988′s website to preview the entire show and buy prints.