Famous artworks ‘Re-ymagined’ with the people edited out

Re-ymagined, “is an art project that digitally renders the reality of the artists’ environment before they started to draw,” says New York-based artist Yulia Pidlubnyak.

It all started with Van Gogh’s Cafe Terrace, where she redrew the painting with Autodesk 3ds Max but erased the people to elucidate the lighting, framing, and shapes.

Check out her revisions of works from both Grand Wood, Andrew Wyeth, and Edward Hopper below. Pidlubnyak’s rework appears on the left, with the original painting on the right.

(h/t Fast Code Design)

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