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How Famous Painters Created Their Artworks (13 pics)

Posted in Pictures   26 Jul 2010   / 11005 views

It is surprising that many well-known impressionist painters used still raw photos to create their artworks. They added colors and their vision to the original raw photograph, changed proportions and saved money because they didn’t have to pay art models any more. The results were amazing. For example, Edgar Degas used 3 raw photos to create his famous Ballet Dancers. Other artists followed Degas’ idea and also started to use photographs while painting their masterpieces.

 

Edgar Degas

How Famous Painters Created Their Artworks (13 pics)

How Famous Painters Created Their Artworks (13 pics)

How Famous Painters Created Their Artworks (13 pics)

How Famous Painters Created Their Artworks (13 pics)

How Famous Painters Created Their Artworks (13 pics)

Paul Gauguin

How Famous Painters Created Their Artworks (13 pics)

Paul Cezanne

How Famous Painters Created Their Artworks (13 pics)

Toulouse Lautrec

How Famous Painters Created Their Artworks (13 pics)

How Famous Painters Created Their Artworks (13 pics)

How Famous Painters Created Their Artworks (13 pics)

Vincent Van Gogh

How Famous Painters Created Their Artworks (13 pics)

How Famous Painters Created Their Artworks (13 pics)

How Famous Painters Created Their Artworks (13 pics)






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un visiteur 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
dirol dirol dirol
       
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Malx 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Hate this idea.. IMO, it's not pure or original.. Why ppl like to fk everything.. cray
       
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freshlife 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
This is dope! The guy above can barely make sense much less comment on art dance
       
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Dreth 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Some of these painting suck, seriously, why they are famous is beyond me, especially the last one. The final product looks nothing like the photograph, if the intent is to actually make a portrait of the photographed person.

The only good example is the first one and the old lady, in which the painting looks better and even has more detail than the actual photo.
http://www.Dreth.com
       
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Pablo 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Art is not about reproducing pictures, it's about making an interpretation about it...
It was a nice post to me!!!
       
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indiangirl 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
brilliant
       
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