Bence Hajdu is a brilliant artist whose collection of paintings is admirable, but most of all, the painter does something unique this creations.
For his incredibly innovative series Abandoned Paintings, Hajdu took classic paintings dating back to the 15th century and removed all of the people from them.
What resulted is a set of simply astounding artwork.
Check them out:
Can you identify the following painting?
It’s Claude Lorrain’s famous Seaport With The Embarkation Of St. Ursula:
What about this one:
This rather simple painting of an old building is actually Oath Of The Horatii by Jacques-Louis David:
Here are a couple more:
Annunciation by Sandro Botticelli
The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci:
Wow. That’s not just one way of looking at classic paintings, but history as well; isn’t it?