Following my previous post about the new F/W 11-12 lookbook of the famous designer Christian Louboutin with the collaboration of the photographer Peter Lippmann, which was inspired by famous classic portrait paintings, I was curious to see the paintings and compare them with the photos of the lookbook.
Trully I was amazed…
I have created a collage with the two pictures. On the left you will see the pictures of Louboutin’s lookbook and on the right the real painting.
Take a look and I am waiting for your comments!
“Santa Dorotea” by Francisco de Zurbaran (1648)
“Elisabeth of Austria” by Francois Clouet (1571)
“Portrait of a Girl” by Jean Babtiste Camille Corot (1857)
“Mary Magdalene with oil lamp” by Georges de la Tour (1635)
“Marquise d’Antin” by Jean-Marc Nattier (1738)
“Portrait d’une Negresse” by Marie-Guillemine Benoist (1800)
“Arrangement in grey and white / Whistler’s Mother” by Whistler (1871)
Such inspirational work…
Read also: “More than a lookbook! (Part 1)”
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