Russians Spend Coronavirus Quarantine Creatively: They Look Like Paintings

Members of Facebook group ART-ISOLATION (Изоизоляция), decided to get creative in the times of worldwide lockdown and reimagened famous paintings. The community rules insist on no Photoshop. Also, images must be an “original” creation, made during coronavirus quarantine.

As it’s clear from the images, Russians prove to maintain their creativity during the most difficult times.

via themoscowtimes.com

“Lady with an Ermine,” Leonardo da Vinci, around 1489–1490

“Pug Dog in anArmchair,” Alfred Dedreux, 1857

“A Grotesque Old Woman,” possibly Princess Margaret of Tyrol, Quentin Massys, around 1525-30

“Girl on a ball,” Pablo Picasso, 1905

“Absinthe Drinker,” Pablo Picasso, 1901

“Self-Portrait with Monkey,” Frida Kahlo, 1940

“Portrait of Countess Yulia Samoilova Retiring from a Ball with her Foster Daughter Amazilia Pacini,” Karl Bryullov, before 1843

Radoman I.V. Portrait of Brezhnev.

Woman in Black Tie, 1917 by Amedeo Modigliani

The Sistine Madonna
Raphael 1512 – 1513

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