Gustav Klimt’s Paintings Get Recreated With Real-Life Models


Have you ever wondered what would some of your favorite paintings look like in real life? Inge Prader is an Austrian photographer who has recreated selected iconic works from her compatriot Gustav Klimt, and the results are mind blowing.

The series of images were taken for Life Ball, an annual event in Vienna that seeks to raise funds to help fight HIV/AIDS. Prader’s vivid recreations are also based on Klimt’s Golden Phase of 1899-1910 and this is evident in the luscious golden hues of the occasionally erotic scenes. Some models are often nude, surrounded by gold ornaments that bring out the warm decadence of the original paintings.

 

If you ask for our opinion, we think that Igne Prader and her models did an amazing job of bringing two-dimensional paintings to life through modern photography. What do you guys think? Let us know in the comments down below.

To explore more about Inge Prader, visit his : Website | Facebook | Instagram

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All images courtesy of Inge Prader for Life Ball.

“Beethoven Frieze”
“Death And Life”
“Beethoven Frieze”
“Beethoven Frieze”
“Beethoven Frieze”
“The Golden Fleece”

 

“Medicine”

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