20 Reinterpreted Renaissance Paintings
By: lourdes sanchez bayas
Jan 19, 09
As everyone knows, the iconic paintings of well-known Renaissance Masters such as Leonardo da Vinci, Alessandro Botticelli and Michelangelo are often recreated in ways that these Old Masters could never have imagined.
From these great works of art, da Vinci’s ‘Mona Lisa’ is, without a doubt, the most celebrated art piece in the world; our wide selection of Mona Lisa art on TrendHunter.com reflects the piece’s popularity.
In spite of the overabundance of this great work art in the slideshow below, every piece of subverted Mona Lisa featured has different twists and tones. For example, when was the last time you saw a portable toilet decorated with ‘La Gioconda’? Or masterfully embedded into Swarovski crystal curtains? Or made out of 12,000 sticky Post-It notes?
Alessandro Botticelli, Rembrandt, Rubens, Emile Vernon, and Raffaello are some of the Old Masters whose paintings have received a most impious makeover in the slideshow below.
Remixed Renaissance Art
Renaissance Inspired Editorials
Portraits of Historical Female Icons
Renaissance Art Fusion
Classic Art Gets Hollywoodized
Optical Illusion Curtains
Juxtaposing Modern Culture With 17th Century Art
Guerrilla Rubber Duckies
Renaissance Inspired Ads
Fashion Designers as Saints
Rat-Infested Art Exhibits
Post-It Notes Masterpieces
Milan's Portable Toilet Art
Awareness Through Art
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