Portraits of ladies: Julianne Moore in fashionable interpretations of great paintings

Portraits of ladies: Julianne Moore in fashionable interpretations of great paintings

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Once upon a time, the American magazine Harper's Bazaar published a large article "Portrait of a Lady", which was dedicated to an amazing woman and the most talented actress Julianne Moore.

Julianne Moore is not just a modern woman, but also a timeless one. To illustrate this idea, the authors of the article came up with an excellent photo shoot: the red-haired actress posed in outfits from the latest collections of fashion houses, imitating the characters of the paintings of the last, last and this centuries.

Portraits of ladies: Julianne Moore in fashionable interpretations of great paintings

Portraits of ladies: Julianne Moore in fashionable interpretations of great paintings

"Madame X" (1884) by John Singer Sargent, in Ralph Lauren.

Portraits of ladies: Julianne Moore in fashionable interpretations of great paintings

"The Limp" (1997) by John Curran, in Bottega Veneta.

Portraits of ladies: Julianne Moore in fashionable interpretations of great paintings

"The Sitting Woman" (1917) by Egon Schiele, in a Lanvin dress and Wolford stockings.

Portraits of ladies: Julianne Moore in fashionable interpretations of great paintings

"Country Nurse No. 3" (2003) by Richard Prince, at Louis Vuitton.

Portraits of ladies: Julianne Moore in fashionable interpretations of great paintings

"Adele Bloch-Bauer I" (1907) by Gustav Klimt, in Dior Haute Couture.

Portraits of ladies: Julianne Moore in fashionable interpretations of great paintings

"Madame Chekhov with a Fan" (1919) by Amadeo Modigliani, in Calvin Klein.

Portraits of ladies: Julianne Moore in fashionable interpretations of great paintings

But in addition to this photo set based on classical and modern works of art, Julianne Moore acted as a model in similar projects. Here are some collages from photosets from different years.

Portraits of ladies: Julianne Moore in fashionable interpretations of great paintings

Julianne Moore as the" Big Odalisque " by Jean Ingres. Vanity Fair magazine, 2000.

Next, the actress in the interpretations of paintings by the Dutch painter Jan Vermeer for Interview Magazine, 2002.

Portraits of ladies: Julianne Moore in fashionable interpretations of great paintings

"The Girl with the pearl earring", 1665.

Portraits of ladies: Julianne Moore in fashionable interpretations of great paintings

"Thrush", 1658.

Portraits of ladies: Julianne Moore in fashionable interpretations of great paintings

"The Lady Standing at the Virginal", 1670.

Portraits of ladies: Julianne Moore in fashionable interpretations of great paintings

"Saint Praxidia", 1655.

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