Friday Faves: Masters Remade

17 Feb

If you’ve ever taken an art class, I’m sure you’ve copied the work of a “master”.  Redrawing and painting great works of art is one of the tried and true methods used to teach basic skills.  I love the way some artists are taking masterworks and recreating them in fun and interesting ways.  Check ’em out!

Out of the Square by Cesar Santos ( via )

Frida Dog by Clair Hartmann

Man Ray by Jocelyn Grivaud

Girl With a Pearl Earring by Sarah Ashley Longshore ( via Gallery Orange )

Have a fantastic weekend, Artsies!  Any plans for museum visits this weekend?

Cesar Santos ( His official website seems to be down. You can see some examples of his work at Art Renewal Center. )

Clair Hartmann 

Jocelyn Grivaud 

Sarah Ashley Longshore 

Featured image is Picnic in Central Park by Cesar Santos ( via Art Renewal Center ).  All images are via the artist’s websites, unless otherwise stated.

2 Responses to “Friday Faves: Masters Remade”

  1. Jess Shippee February 18, 2012 at 9:49 pm #

    Girl w Pearl Earring broken link. 😦 Hope you fix soon… I love that painting!
    As a Frida fan, my heart is lightened seeing the Frida dog… but where’s the unibrow!

    I love the style of the 1st painting. I have always wondered what a modern renaissance would look like. I have always loved the feel and richness of that style.

    • Lesley February 20, 2012 at 11:57 am #

      Thanks, Jess, will get the link fixed today! Just finished a Frida Kahlo biography, so that one is dear to my heart, as well.

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