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Combining old masterpieces with modern technology (i.e. photography). Putting 'modern' faces on classic artwork.
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A creative project where I attempt to merge old masterpieces of painting or drawings with modern day photography, leaving most of the original texture intact.

These (and other future images) can be seen in a higher resolution on the website of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.

There you can compare my image with the original painting/drawing; please follow the link above to the site of the Rijksmuseum.
Above my selfportrait merged with a selfportrait by Jean Augustin Daiwaille (dated 1810-1850).
Gum-portrait
A portrait of a girl in blue by Johannes Cornelisz. Verspronck, (dated 1641), merged with one of my portraits.
Above a portrait by Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (dated 1823), merged with one of my portraits.
Above a portrait of Willem I, prince of Orange by Adriaen Thomasz. Key (dated approx. 1579), merged with one of my portraits.
Above a portrait by Johannes Cornelisz. Verspronck (dated 1653) merged with one of my portraits.