What If Famous Classic paintings Fall In Love With Self

Classical painting originated in France in the 17th century. It pays attention to the spiritual connotation, advocates the subject of sublime and elegant expression, pursues solemn and simple in the form of expression, emphasizes rationality and extremely despise the expression and expression of emotion.

1. Self-Portrait With Thorn Necklace And Hummingbird - Frida Kahlo, 1940

Self-Portrait With Thorn Necklace And Hummingbird - Frida Kahlo, 1940
 Photo: Dito Von Tease

That is to say, classical painting always tries to create a feeling of calmness and sternness, which is nothing to do with fun. Ogawa recently discovered this set of pictures when he was sorting out the materials.The theme of painting abandoned the classical gestures of the characters in these famous paintings, and they followed the trend of our modern people, posing a self-portrait shape, giving people a strong visual experience, which is very contrasting.

They look like real paintings of the past, but they are displayed in a real and modern self-expression. In fact, some of the world's most famous classical portraits and self-portraits are reborn in the digital ecosystem of social networks. What if famous classic paintings fall in love with self the last one can be said to be quite hilarious.



02. Portrait Of Amalia De Llano U Dotres, Countess Of Vilches - Federico De Madrazo, 1853
Amalia de Lenno - Federico Madraso, 1853
 3. The Son Of Man - René Magritte, 1964
The Son Of Man - René Magritte, 1964
 Photo: Dito Von Tease

4. Mona Lisa - Leonardo Da Vinci, 1503/4
Mona Lisa - Leonardo Da Vinci, 1503/4
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5.  Portrait Of A Young Woman - Petrus Christus, 1470
Portrait Of A Young Woman - Petrus Christus, 1470
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6. American Gothic - Grant Wood, 1930
American Gothic - Grant Wood, 1930
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7. Portrait Of A Man In A Turban - Jan Van Eyck, 1433
Portrait Of A Man In A Turban - Jan Van Eyck, 1433
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8. Young Lady With Gloves - Tamara De Lempicka, 1930
Young Lady With Gloves - Tamara De Lempicka, 1930
  Photo: Dito Von Tease

9. Family Portrait Of A Gentleman And His Wife And Son - Dirck Van Santvoort, 1635
Family Portrait Of A Gentleman And His Wife And Son - Dirck Van Santvoort, 1635
 Photo: Dito Von Tease

10. Turquoise Marilyn - Andy Warhol, 1962
Turquoise Marilyn - Andy Warhol, 1962
 Photo: Dito Von Tease

11. Girl With A Pearl Earring - Jan Vermeer, 1665
Girl With A Pearl Earring - Jan Vermeer, 1665
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12. Self-Portrait - Vincent Van Gogh, 1889
Self-Portrait - Vincent Van Gogh, 1889
 Photo: Dito Von Tease

13. The Kiss - Francesco Hayez, 1859
The Kiss - Francesco Hayez, 1859
 Photo: Dito Von Tease

14. Porträt Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Barbara Krafft, 18199
Porträt Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Barbara Krafft, 1819
 Photo: Dito Von Tease

15. The Lovers 2 - René Magritte, 1928
The Lovers 2 - René Magritte, 1928
 Photo: Dito Von Tease

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