We’ve already seen quite a lot of stuff people trying to do while bored at home and this one is not only funny, but also educational.

Artistic director of PinchukArtCenter, which is a contemporary arts museum in Kyiv, Ukraine, Bjorn Geldhof along with the affiliated curator Kostiantyn Doroshenko challenged the art community to support a version of #stayathome flashmob by reproducing one’s favorite art work at home. They called it #mystetstvovdoma or #artathome in English.

The challenge got spread by Facebook community in Ukraine, and some results are simply brilliant!

Want to try and make it yourself? Stay home and drop your versions here!

Girl with a Pearl Earring. Johanness Vermeer.

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Anna Burnazyan-Sarkizova, the second wife of Ivan Aivazovsky. Ivan Aivazovsky.

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Lady with an Ermine. Leonardo da Vinci.

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Self-Portrait of the Artist with his Family. Jacob Jordaens.

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Self-portrait. Alexander Roytburd.

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At the Ball (fragment). Pyotr Nilus.

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Portrait of a Man (Self Portrait?). Jan van Eyck.

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Jeanne Samary in a Low Necked Dress. Pierre-Auguste Renoir.

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Seated Harlequin. Pablo Picasso.

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Cossack Mamay.

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Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy. David Hockney.

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Spring at the Window. Tetyana Yablonska.

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Snegurochka (Snow Maiden). Victor Vasnetsov.

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Adoration. Gil Elvgren.

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Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan. Ilya Repin.

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Young Man at His Window. Gustave Caillebotte.

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Young Decadent. Ramon Casas.

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