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Festival Les Vieilles Charrues 2013 julianelancou.fr Posted by >Juliane Lancou on 2013-07-25 15:22:30

The Raphael Loggias

A copy of the Raphael Loggias from the Vatican. The copies of the frescoes were made in the tempera technique by a group of artists led by Christoph Unterberger. I chose this photo because it had a vanishing point of which the sides were lined with beautiful paintings. I shot this with my back to…

Blue Dancers of Dream Dimensions

ICM vision Inspired by Blue Dancers of Edgar Degas. *Only a thin layer of textures added for the painterly feel, but other than that it’s a SOOC image, manual zooming & ICM (intentional camera movement) during long exposure – no other processing involved! Posted by >Katrin Ray on 2014-03-14 04:48:00

#ProjectNeverland (Lookbook + Food): #VincentvanGogh

*Project Neverland is a way for us to show our love for Movies, TV Shows and Books in a Fashion way. We make references, not cosplays. *Lookbook + Food* Model: Jenniré Narváez. Food by Pri Perobelli/Tous Savoureux. Team: -Jenniré Narváez -Pri Perobelli -Luis José Narváez. Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YjA3AiaC6Y&t=58s Project Neverland Instagram: instagram.com/projectneverlandpn/ Project Neverland Twitter: twitter.com/ProjNeverland…

Elewijt Castle II

Elewijt Castle, also known as "Castle of Het Steen" or "Rubenskasteel", is a castle in Elewijt, Belgium, which was owned by Peter Paul Rubens – famous Flemish Baroque painter – from 1635 to his death in 1640, and features in some of his paintings. Posted by >Gert Vanhaecht on 2015-01-03 17:53:23