Stunning Artworks Amazingly Recreated In The Present Day

Stunning Artworks Amazingly Recreated In The Present Day image

Stunning Artworks Amazingly Recreated In The Present Day

New York artists Tania Brassesco & Lazlo Passi Norberto have teamed up to recreate a series of famous masterpieces taken from wildly different art movements and popular eras.

Among their brilliant series you'll see works by visionary painters Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiel and Ramon Casas, through to Herbert James Draper and Vittorio Matteo Corco.

The amount of time it must have taken to source each outfit and recreate the scene as accurately as possible has to be applauded, it must have taken Brassesco and Norberto months to source, setup and the photography each scene.

The beauty of the series is that there's no limit to how many portraits, scenes and characters the pair can bring back into the 21st century.

For now here's a selection of our personal favourites, but you can see the entire series as well as stay up to date with new projects the duo is working on through their official site right here.

1. Lady with Hat and Feather Boa by Gustav Klimt, 1909

2. Potpourri by Herbert James Draper, 1897

3. Young Decadent (After the Ball) by Ramon Casas, 1899

4. Seated Woman From Behind by Egon Schiele, 1913

5. Drawing from ’Pèl & Ploma’ magazine by Ramon Casas, 1899

6. Dreams by Vittorio Matteo Corcos, 1896

7. Morphine by Santiago Rusinol, 1894

8. Sitting Woman with Legs Drawn Up by Egon Schiele, 1917

9. Music I by Gustav Klimt, 1895

10. Paolo e Francesca by Gaetano Previati,1887

11. The Day Dream by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1880

12. The Black Feather Hat by Gustav Klimt, 1910

13. Nuda Veritas by Gustav Klimt, 1899

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