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This Series By Finn Stone Recreates Masterpieces Using Paintbrushes

 - Sep 17, 2015
References: woolffgallery & londonist
The Woolff Gallery in London, England is known for staging exhibitions that use unusual materials to create works of art and 'The Incredible World of Finn Stone' is no exception.

Finn Stone uses painted paintbrushes to recreate famous works of art like Starry Night and the Mona Lisa. By painting each paintbrush a different shade and color and using brushes of varying sizes and styles, Finn Stone replicates the brush strokes used in each masterpiece. The result is an impressive re-interpretation of some of the most recognizable artworks of the Western art canon. The Finn Stone works look almost perfectly identical to their originals but with an interesting variation in texture.

The Finn Stone series creates an interesting perspective on painting, incorporating paintbrushes into the work itself.