Characters From Classical Paintings Inserted In Modern World

Alexey Kondakov is a Ukrainian digital artist known for his series titled “Art History In Contemporary Life,” in which he digitally inserts figures and scenes from classical paintings into modern-day settings such as urban landscapes, cafes, and subway cars. His work often creates a surreal and thought-provoking juxtaposition between the past and the present, blending elements of art history with contemporary life. Scroll down to see the best examples!

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