Classics of painting, recreated with the help of photographyBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/classics-of-painting-recreated-with-the-help-of-photography
Artists from New York Tanya Brassesco and Laszlo Passi Norberto have teamed up to recreate a series of famous masterpieces of different trends and trends in painting in the form of photographs. Among them are paintings by Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele and Ramon Casas. The similarity of the pictures of Brassesco and Norberto with the paintings is striking: it must have taken them several months to find every outfit and recreate every detail.
There are a huge number of paintings in the photo project, but we have chosen only a few to give an idea of the result of the surprisingly painstaking work of the artists.
"A lady in a hat and a feather boa", Gustav Klimt, 1909.
"Medley", Herbert James Draper, 1897.
"The young decadent (after the ball)", Ramon Casas, 1899.
"Sitting woman, rear view", Egon Schiele, 1913.
Drawing from the magazine Pel & Ploma, Ramon Casas, 1899.
"Dreams", Vittorio Matteo Corcos, 1896.
"Morphine", Santiago Ruzignol, 1894.
"A sitting woman with a bent knee", Egon Schiele, 1917.
"Music I", Gustav Klimt, 1895.
"Paolo and Francesca", Gaetano Previati, 1887.
"A Waking Dream", by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1880.
"The Black hat with feathers", Gustav Klimt, 1910.
"The Naked Truth", Gustav Klimt, 1899.