10 naked goddesses by Anna Giordano

Venere di Urbino 
by Tiziano

Anna Giordano has altered these ten classic paintings of Venus, the mythological Roman goddess of love and sexuality. Can you tell how they've been changed? Unless you're very well versed in art history, you'll probably have no idea. But once you see what's been done, it will be very obvious. (Hint: Focus on their naked bodies.)


The Birth of Venus 
by William Adolphe Bouguereau


The Birth of Venus 
by Alexandre Cabanel


La Nascita di Venere 
by Botticelli


Venus, Cupid, Folly and Time 
by Angelo Bronzino


Venus 
by Hayez


Venus Anadyomene 
by J. A. D. Ingres


Venere e Cupido 
by Velazquez


The Sleeping Venus 
by Artemisia Gentileschi


The Power of Venus 
by Richard Westall

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2 comments:

  1. Holy cow! My brain just exploded. It was both obvious and invisible.

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  2. Brilliant, Modern Fashion Magazines could learn a lot from this (not that I agree with the process) but sometimes they do it so badly!!

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