Art inside: Paintings and sculptures in the frame that are usually not noticedBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/art-inside-paintings-and-sculptures-in-the-frame-that-are-usually-not-noticed
Berlin-based photographer Martin Kohle collects stills from films depicting paintings or sculptures specially painted or modified for filming. He publishes his findings on the blog Art in Film.
Kolya has been thinking for a long time about devoting some thematic blog to his passion for cinema. Initially, he wanted to collect photoshopped pictures from films: for example, frames in which the hero holds a photo with a younger version of himself, most often made specifically for appearing on the screen.
However, soon the photographer switched to paintings and sculptures, many of which were prepared as props, got into the frame for a few seconds and settled forever in some private collection.
According to Kohle, huge efforts are spent on creating art objects for cinema, but until now these works have often gone unnoticed. He discovered dozens of paintings and sculptures from cult films and TV series and does not intend to stop there.