Ever imagined that the paintings that you are will come to life someday? But what if we tell you that yes they can. Wondering how? Well, Gustav Klimt’s paintings have come to life. But no, it isn’t magic! They were recreated with real life models. Austrian photographer, Inge Prader has recreated some of the selected masterpieces, and they are simply breath taking!
Klimt was associated with the Nouveau art style, which is bold and artistic at the same time. This art form originated in the 20th century.
Prader’s recreation is based on Klimt’s Golden Phase of 1899-1910. The golden phase consisted of golden luscious hues, of erotic scenes. The artwork was intertwined and surrounded with gold ornaments, where the models are usually nude. But the artwork portrays the bold content way too marvellously that you just can’t take your eyes off of it!
This series of recreated images were taken as a part of a charity function in Vienna for HIV and AIDS.
Here are some of Gustav Klimt’s paintings that were recreated using real life models.
1. Beethoven Frieze.
2. Death And Life.
4. Beethoven Frieze.
5. Beethoven Frieze.
6. Flora and Pan.
8. King Midas.
9. The Golden Fleece.
10. Poetry and Genius.
11. Beethoven Frieze.
12. Mars and Sacrani.
13. Beethoven Frieze.
So, since now you know that your favorite pieces of art can really come to life, which ones would you like to get a makeover with the models?