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Félix Paravicino having problems with a Mac Book
[Famous Paintings As Conceptual Photographs]
Provided by the artist - Romano Kuduzovic
This project represents the encounter of the characters from the famous paintings by using the newest technology. You can see how they use technology and react to it from this following photo session.
Painting behind: El Greco - Portrait of Hortensio Félix Paravicino - 1609
El Greco was born on Crete and trained in Italy before emigrating in his thirties to Spain. Best known for his intense and spiritual religious paintings, El Greco was also a perceptive and powerful portraitist. Paravicino, a close friend of the artist, was an important theologian, orator, and poet. Limiting the colors almost entirely to the black and white of the friar's habit, El Greco created a subtle and compelling image that emphasizes psychological rather than physical presence. The work was purchased in 1904 on the recommendation of John Singer Sargent, another great portraitist and an admirer of Spanish art.
Makeup: Naida Ðekic
Costumes: National Theatre Sarajevo
Models: Andela Banovic, Enna Ibizovic, Mak Krstic, Feda Lukovac, Mirzada Kobilic, Ante Babic & Alma Bajramovic
Studio: Academy Of Fine Arts Sarajevo