Scenes from the films inspired by the paintings of great artistsBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/scenes-from-the-films-inspired-by-the-paintings-of-great-artists
References to the great paintings in film — example of how intertwined the different types of art. Painting timeless and continues to inspire filmmakers through the ages. Director Vugar Efendi (Nicat Efendi) have created a project, Film Meets Art, where he collected the stills from the films inspired by the works of great artists.
"The Birth Of Venus" By Sandro Botticelli.
"The adventures of Baron Munchausen", dir. Terry Gilliam.
"The last supper", Leonardo da Vinci.
"Inherent Vice", dir. Paul Thomas Anderson.
"Ophelia" By John Everett Millais.
"Melancholy", dir. Lars von Trier.
"Prince Edward Island", Alex Colville.
"Moonrise Kingdom", dir. Wes Anderson.
"Architecture in the light of the moon", Rene Magritte.
"The Truman show", dir. Peter Weir.
"Elephants" By Salvador Dali.
"Mad Max: fury Road" dir. George Miller.
"Dawn" Odd Nerdrum.
"Cage", dir. By Tarsem Singh.
"Bonaparte at Saint-Bednarska pass" Jacques-Louis David.
"Marie Antoinette", dir. Sofia Coppola.
"Abbey in an oak forest" Caspar David Friedrich.
"Survivors", dir. Alejandro González Iñárritu.
"The Death Of Marat", Jacques-Louis David.
"About Schmidt", dir. Alexander Payne.
"The hunters in the snow" by Pieter Brueghel.
"Mirror", dir. Andrei Tarkovsky.