This Art Teacher Hijacks Famous Paintings with Creative Cosplays

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This Art Teacher Hijacks Famous Paintings with Creative Cosplays

 

This Art Teacher Hijacks Famous Paintings with Creative Cosplays


Do you like to entertain with famous paintings with with creative cosplays? What if the most iconic works of art come to life? Ukrainian art teacher Olga Tolstunova figured out how to make their discovery even more fun, by putting herself in the shoes of the models represented.

One would almost think to see double but no it is indeed about a disguise in which slips the professor. With a lot of (seemingly) improvisation, Olga reproduces works of art using makeup, clothes she unearths in her wardrobe and very imaginative backgrounds.

As for accessories, they are sometimes the most tedious task, but nothing that can deter her. She simply replaces them with items she has available. In this way, she achieves very creative Cosplays from famous paintings while immersing herself in different eras and artistic styles.

If the result amuses and intrigues us a lot, the realization requires meticulous work upstream. The objective is obviously to attract attention, she then wants to encourage people to take more interest in the original work thanks to a very precise description that she writes herself.

This art enthusiast has found how to arouse interest in an offbeat but above all very fun way that we let you discover below. And to find out more about the works, you can find them on his Instagram account, already followed by 70,000 subscribers. Checkout below how this Art Teacher Hijacks Famous Paintings with Creative Cosplays and make your day amazing.


This Art Teacher Hijacks Famous Paintings with Creative Cosplays

A bar at Les Folies Bergère (Édouard Manet)
A bar at Les Folies Bergère (Édouard Manet)

Daune O'neill (George Washington Lambert)
Daune O'neill (George Washington Lambert)

Doge Leonardo Loredano (Giovanni Bellini)
Doge Leonardo Loredano (Giovanni Bellini)

Egon Schiele or the art of death (Egon Schiele)
Egon Schiele or the art of death (Egon Schiele)

Girl with a Pearl Earring (Johannes Vermeer)
Girl with a Pearl Earring (Johannes Vermeer)

Judith and Holofernes (Gustav Klimt)
Judith and Holofernes (Gustav Klimt)

La Laitière (Johannes Vermeer)
La Laitière (Johannes Vermeer)

Le cri (Edvard Munch)
Le cri (Edvard Munch)

Little Sick Bacchus (Caravaggio)
Little Sick Bacchus (Caravaggio)

Portrait of a young girl (Petrus Christus)
Portrait of a young girl (Petrus Christus)

Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer (Gustav Klimt)
Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer (Gustav Klimt)

Portrait of Dante (Sandro Botticelli)
Portrait of Dante (Sandro Botticelli)

Portrait of Doctor Gachet with foxglove branch (Vincent van Gogh)
Portrait of Doctor Gachet with foxglove branch (Vincent van Gogh)

Portrait of Ira (Tamara de Lempicka)
Portrait of Ira (Tamara de Lempicka)

Portrait of journalist Sylvia von Harden (Otto Dix)
Portrait of journalist Sylvia von Harden (Otto Dix)

Self-portrait (Frida Kahlo)
Self-portrait (Frida Kahlo)

Self-portrait with bandaged ear (Vincent van Gogh)
Self-portrait with bandaged ear (Vincent van Gogh)

The Death of Marat (Jacques-Louis David)
The Death of Marat (Jacques-Louis David)

The Desperate (Gustave Courbet)
The Desperate (Gustave Courbet)

The Libyan Sibyl (Michelangelo)
The Libyan Sibyl (Michelangelo)

The Mona Lisa (Leonardo da Vinci)
The Mona Lisa (Leonardo da Vinci)


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