An artist paints old black and white photos to show how the distant past looked in color
There are many ways to preserve memories, but photography is probably one of the most common and accessible of all. With the help of photography, you can stop time and capture a moment that, after years and centuries, descendants will be able to admire. However, very old photographs are only black and white and do not fully convey the beauty of the moment. But in this case, a digital artist comes to the rescue, Sebastian de Oliveira, who uses Photoshop to color old photographs and bring them back to life.
Happy couple, 1948
Circus Girls in Sarasota, Florida, 1949
Wartime beach on the English coast, 1941
Audrey Hepburn, 1956
French women at the fair, Paris, 1935
A car and a girl, 1942
People resting on the beach, France, 1967
Actress Rita Hayworth, 1947
Marilyn Monroe resting on the set of the movie "The Misfits", 1960
Family Picnic by the River, Louisiana, July 4, 1940
Spectators at the horse races in Worthington, Maryland, 1941
On the set of the film "Casablanca" 1939
Waiting for the bus, 1943
Father and son, 1946
Ava Gardner, 1944
Photo taken by photographer Georges Dambier, 1948
French soldier in a trench, 1916
Best TikTok art compilation of 2020. View best 30 works
TikTok is the mobile application that allows users to create and watch videos for 15 seconds. The videos watched on TikTok have fragments of musical pieces in the background, and the protagonists of the videos dance or sing.
Last but not least, TikTok is the platform where new painting artists are discovered. Their works amaze with their details and creativity. That's why Bemorepanda decided to collect 30 art creations from TikTok.
1.Mickey Mouse Painting
5.Looking for the stars
6.Cat with blue eyes
7.Fake art movment
8.A lot of details in this painting
11.Is this egg real?
13.Drawing with markers
14.Eyes in color
18.Painting the first dance
21.A cute baby
Hit me with that #000000 paint bro.
15 interesting facts about the Mona Lisa - the secret
The famous Mona Lisa, aka La Gioconda, is perhaps the most famous painting in the world. Its value is simply enormous, and not only because it was created by the great painter Leonardo da Vinci, but also because over the past centuries the painting has acquired a long history. Many art critics are still trying to find unsolved riddles in it. Bemorepanda collected some interesting facts.
1. Since the cracks appeared in the picture due to its advanced age, it no longer leaves the museum, and it is no longer given to exhibitions.
2. Due to the fact that over the past centuries the colors with which Mona Lisa was painted have darkened, the picture itself has also become darker than it was originally.
3. In the Louvre, the largest museum in the world, where the Mona Lisa is kept, a separate room is allocated for it. There are no other exhibits in it (see 22 interesting facts about museums in the world).
4. The original of La Gioconda has been cut off. People found out about this purely by accident when they found an ancient copy of the painting, without cropped edges.
5. The Mona Lisa, or rather the lady depicted in the painting, has no eyebrows. They actually existed, but during one of the restorations they were accidentally damaged.
6. At one time La Gioconda was kept in the chambers of Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France. But later he ordered the return of the priceless painting to the Louvre.
7. A little over a century ago, in 1911, the Mona Lisa was kidnapped from the museum. The search for the canvas was carried out for two years, and in the end it was still found.
8. Insured for $ 3 billion, La Gioconda is the most expensive painting in the world.
9. Over the past time, different people have tried many times to spoil Mona Lisa, throwing various objects at it and even pouring acid on it. It is now stored behind heavy-duty armored glass.
10. Leonardo da Vinci redrew the Mona Lisa at least twice (see 20 interesting facts about Leonardo da Vinci).
11. One of the theories prevailing among art critics says that La Gioconda is, as it were, da Vinci's self-portrait, but in a female form.
12. The truth is that no one still knows for certain what kind of woman is depicted in the painting Mona Lisa.
13. La Gioconda was painted at the beginning of the 16th century. Her age has already exceeded half a thousand years.
14. Its correct and complete title is "Portrait of Mrs. Lisa Giocondo".
15. The Louvre administration has spent 7 million euros to install security systems to protect the Mona Lisa from kidnappers and other intruders.