20 household plots, as if copied from paintings of the RenaissanceBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/20-household-plots-as-if-copied-from-paintings-of-the-renaissance
On an entertainment website Reddit are collecting contemporary photography, stories which are as if copied from paintings of the Renaissance. Recognizable features of this style — the sharp contrasts of light and shade, special poses of the models and the composition based on the Golden section.
Visitors pizza behind the counter, a tired mother with a baby in the subway, the owner of a cat — all these amazing, dramatic images prove that art surrounds us every day.
One of the most recognizable photographs in the collection made Joel Goodman in Manchester during the celebration of the new year 2016. Not only that, he managed to write a story in the Golden section — the man in the background is the pose of an experienced model.
This photo taken in Novosibirsk, the day the city, quickly dispersed on the Russian segment of the Internet and fell in the West. The author — Sergey Tarasov.
The similar if not the masters of the Renaissance, the painting of Ilya Repin "Ivan the terrible and his son Ivan on 16 November 1581".
And at the sight of this cat we remembered "the Girl with peaches" Serov.