Jak wyglądaliby sławni ludzie, gdyby żyli w XXI wieku?

Od największych monarchów po największe postacie historyczne, jakie kiedykolwiek istniały, artystka przywraca je do życia. Historyczka, Becca Saladin umiejętnie ożywiła postacie, za pomocą ilustracji, które widzieliśmy tylko w książkach, rzeźbach i obrazach. Jej praca daje nam wgląd w to, jak wyglądaliby legendarni przywódcy i wybitne postacie, gdyby nadal chodzili wśród nas.

Zakochaliśmy się w twórczości Becci i chętnie podzielimy się jej ilustracjami z wami!

1. Królowa Nefertiti 1370 p.n.e – 1330 p.n.e

2. Królowa Wiktoria 1819-1901

3. Henry VII 1457 — 1509

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Here we are with Henry VII, the first tudor monarch, a frequent request from you all. Henry was the last king of England to attain the throne in battle after defeating Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485. . I’m really excited about all of the shows/books/media covering the Wars of the Roses that have been coming out in the last 10 years. What’s your favorite show/book about it? I’d love to dive in even further. . Image credit left: Wikimedia Commons, image credit right: J Stone, Shutterstock . #HenryVII #HenryVIII #ElizabethofYork #AnneBoleyn #ElizabethI #ElizabethWoodville #BritishHistory #KingHenryVII #Photoshop #RoyalFamily #History #Royalty #EuropeanArt #EuropeanHistory #Drawing #GraphicDesign #HistoryMemes #Portrait #ArtRestoration #DigitalArt #ArtOnInstagram #HistoryNerd

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4. Madame du Barry 1743 — 1793

5. Lisa del Giocondo (Mona Lisa) 1479 — 1542

6. Ingrid Bergman 1915 — 1982


7. Katarzyna Howard 1523 — 1542

8. Katarzyna Aragońska 1485 — 1536

9. Juliusz Cezar 100 p.n.e. – 44 p.n.e.

10. Maria I Tudor 1516 — 1558

11. Eleonora Toledańska 1519 — 1562

12. Grace Kelly 1929 — 1982

13. Abraham Lincoln 1809 — 1865

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A lot of you requested Abraham Lincoln when I asked last week – this one came together so nicely. As most of you know, Abe Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865. Lincoln led the nation through the American Civil War, its bloodiest war and its greatest moral, constitutional, and political crisis. He preserved the Union, abolished slavery, strengthened the federal government, and modernized the U.S. economy. . I personally don’t see any modern doppelganger – I think he was a really unique looking person. Who do you all think he looks like? . Colorization for left image goes to Marina Amaral (@marinaarts), and Universal History Archive.

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14. Anne Boleyn 1501 — 1536

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I hope nobody here will get tired of my Anne Boleyn posts…she is my favorite historical figure so you may get quite a few :) Many people asked me last time I posted Anne if I really thought her features (specifically her lips) were really that delicate – and I don’t think they were. Tudor portraiture often de-emphasized these features, so I modified my finished version to reflect what I think is probably her more likely appearance. Since it’s the holiday season, one of my favorite ghost stories is the story of Anne appearing underneath the great oak tree at Hever Castle, her childhood home, every Christmas day. Do you all have a favorite historic ghost story? Hope you all have a great holiday season! 🎄🎄 . Credit for left image: Wikimedia Commons, United States Public Domain, right image base: © Glenn Francis, www.pacificprodigital.com

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15. Prince Albert 1819 — 1861

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