If customers could comment on works of artBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/if-customers-could-comment-on-works-of-art
Famous artist-Illustrator Tabor, when he worked on illustrations for books, was always added in the area the dog. When the editor starts complaining that why the picture shows a dog, the artist began foaming at the mouth to prove that the dog in the picture is needed. In the end, the artist gave up, the dog image was removed and satisfied editor gave the drawing to print. And when the artist asked why the dog he paints, he replied: "there would be a dog, he would anything else found fault!.."
We decided to imagine a situation where famous works of art that adorn the walls of world museums and private collections have been the subject of review on the part of contemporary customers.
Sandro Botticelli's "Birth Of Venus"
Normally, in General, a few important changes:
Jan van Eyck "Portrait of Arnolfini couple"
We loved your version, it's beautiful! Just super. But redo. Guys, well, we're happiness should carry people, not anguish! Therefore, all need to laugh.
Karl Bryullov, "Rider"
You know, we have opened your layout, and somehow not like, "Oh!". We, frankly, that's more than you expected.
Michelangelo's "Creation Of Adam"
Colleagues, we understand that today to take the layout to print, but we still have some changes:
Leonardo da Vinci's "Lady with an ermine"
A sincere thank you for the wonderful layout, but there are a couple of small comments: