Film takes inspiration from the world around us so it's no surprise that directors mimic art paintings in their movies. Vugar Efendi put together famous art paintings next to movie scenes to show how film meets art. It's like seeing the paintings come to life. Some of them are so picturesque that it actually looks more like the painting than the painting itself, if that can possibly make any sense.
Film Scenes And The Art Paintings That Inspire Them, Side-By-Side
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