Klassische Malerei gephotoshopped

Wie würde klassische Malerei im Standard-Photoshop-Style von heutigen Magazinen aussehen? Lauren Wade von TakePart hat das ganze ausprobiert und diverse klassische Gemälde von Titian, Raphael oder Sandro Botticelli retuschiert. Das ganze verdeutlicht den ziemlich krassen Unterschied der Defnition von „Schönheit“ von damals und heute.

„hroughout art history, painters from Titian to Rubens to Gauguin found beauty in the bodies of women who would never fit into a size 0. But what would these famous works of art look like were they to conform to today’s Photoshopped standards of beauty? We’ve taken a digital liquefy brush to the painstakingly layered oils of some of the most celebrated paintings of the female form, nipping and tucking at will.“

Francisco Goya, Nude Maya, 1797–1800
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Titian, Danaë With Eros, 1544
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Sandro Botticelli, Birth of Venus, 1486
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Raphael, Three Graces, 1504–1505
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Fotos: Takepart / Wikipedia Commons

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