Remake Famous paintings In The Modern

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Remake Famous paintings In The Modern

What do you have in mind when you hear 'classic paintings'? Classical paintings are often associated with antiques and old school. Likewise with the models in classical paintings, people who come from years ago.

There are some figures that appear in other paintings. They include Mona Lisa, Vincent Van Gogh, Frida Kahlo and many others. The figures are very mysterious and distinctive in ancient style.

It all started when partnered with Adobe to create the Remake project, which invited students across the UK to recreate famous works of art with photography. According to competition requirements, there are no images that recreate oil paintings that can be photographed - "all the work here takes place before you take photos, not afterwards."

Not all images come from and Adobe competition - some have been circulating online from other sources. However, they all follow the same rule - remake famous images without using digital effects. The coolest thing is that they display different levels of interpretation - some people go for picture-perfect representations, while others choose to focus more on general themes representing famous oil paintings, or to present the same ideas or scenes in the modern world. light.

Scroll down to check out this fantastic classic art meme!

There is one exception to this rule - the remodeling of Vincent Van Gogh by Tadas Černiauskas. Although this is a very good remake, the artist digitally retouches the image to get the correct resemblance, so it doesn't quite conform to the rules.

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1. “The Creation of Adam” by Michelangelo

Image credits:  gebbs

2. “Son Of Man” by Magritte

Image credits: Juan de Ezcurra

3. “Self Portrait 1889” by Vincent van Gogh

Image credits:  Tadao Cern  |  facebook

4. “Bedroom in Arles” by Van Gogh

Image credits: Joshua Louis Simon

5. “American Gothic” by Grant Wood

Image credits: Jesse John Hunniford

6. “The Persistence of Memory” by Salvador Dalí

Image credits:  unknown

7. “Weeping Woman” by Picasso

Image credits: Frances Adair Mckenzie

8. “The Death of Marat” by David

Image credits: Ewa Wiktoria Dyszlewicz

9. “Ugly Duchess” by Quentin Matsys

Image credits: Alexandre Mury

10. “Wanderer above the Sea of Fog” by Caspar David Friedrich

Image credits: Spencer Harding

11. “Self Portrait” by Frida Kahlo

Image credits: Bazooka Betty

12. “Christina’s World” by Andrew Wyeth

Image credits: Meg Wachter

13. “The Girl With The Pearl Earring” by Johannes Vermeer

Image credits:  unknown

14. “La laitière” by Johannes Vermeer

Image credits: Justine Rioufrait

15. “Grande Odalisque” by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres

Image credits: Craig White

16. “Therese Revant” by Balthus

Image credits: Chloe Van Overmeir

17. “Lady with an ermine” by Leonardo da Vinci

Image credits: Wanda Martin

18. “Portrait of Sylvia Von Harden” by Wilhelm Heinrich Otto Dix

Image credits: Stephan Hoffman & SoYeon Kim

19. “La bonne foi” by Magritte

Image credits: Noemi Mazzucchelli

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