What would Nefertiti, Beethoven and other historical figures look like todayBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/what-would-nefertiti-beethoven-and-other-historical-figures-look-like-today
The artist Becca Saladin tries not only to restore the true appearance of the great rulers of the past from paintings and sculptures, but also to transfer them to the modern era, imagining how they would look today.
Elizabeth. Queen of England, 1533-1603
Cyrus the Great. The Persian king, the founder of the Achaemend dynasty.
Composer Ludwig van Beethoven, 1770-1827. This portrait was painted in 1820, Beethoven is 49 years old on it.
Queen of Nzinga. The ruler of the kingdom of Ndongo in the territory of modern Angola, the XVII century.
Catherine of Aragon. Princess of Spain, daughter of Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castile, 1485-1536.
Marie-Antoinette. Wife of Louis XVI, 1755-1793.
King of the Yoruba tribes in Central Africa, XIII-XIV centuries AD.
Elizabeth Bathory. Hungarian "bloody Countess", 1560-1614.
Mumtaz Mahal. The wife of the ruler of the Mughal Empire, XVII century.
Jane Seymour. The third wife of King Henry VIII of England, XVII century.
Lady Jane Grey. The uncrowned ruler of England from July 10 to July 19, 1553.
Mary Boleyn. The second wife of Henry VIII.
Dido Elizabeth Belle. The royal favorite, XVIII century.
Henry VIII of England
The leader of the Haitian Revolution, Francois-Dominique Toussaint-Louverture
Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent
Achenaton. An Egyptian pharaoh who rebelled against the priests, took a new name Akhetaton and created a cult of the Sun — Aten in the country instead of the former cult of Amon.
The wife of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent, of Ukrainian origin, Hurrem Sultan (Roksolana)
Catherine de ' Medici (1519-1589)
The wife of King Henry VII of England, the mother of Henry VIII, Elizabeth of York
Padishah of the Baburid Empire, builder of the Taj Mahal (1592-1666) Shah Jahan
Nefertiti: Queen of Egypt, 1370-1330.