Even though most people are spending their days isolated at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, it doesn’t mean that life has suddenly become boring and uncultured. On the contrary, since people are temporarily banned from visiting their favorite art galleries and museums, they are bringing them home for themselves by recreating art pieces with whatever objects they have at home.

While these Russian people are certainly having a blast becoming artwork themselves, it’s not the first time someone has done it. The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles (or the Getty for short) challenged people to recreate their favorite works of art last month and the results were just as brilliant as the ones from this list.

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5 months ago

Gold!

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Florian Tauber
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5 months ago

That´s fantastic!! What´s thename of the original?

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Soulwing
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5 months ago

So creative! Love this :)

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glowworm2
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5 months ago

Adorable!

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Nikki Jo
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5 months ago

Love this!❤

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Nikki Jo
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5 months ago

My favorite! What a great job:)

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JessG
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5 months ago

Oooh, careful...Pandora's box. She did a good job though

chi-wei shen
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5 months ago

John William Waterhouse, Psyche Opening the Golden Box, 1904

Kalene Ivey
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5 months ago

And.... a pandemic coming to you soon!

ADHORTATOR
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5 months ago

Incredible!

Jasmina Pavlovic
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5 months ago

With an other background and box it would be even better as the original. 🙂

Tonks
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5 months ago

To remind us that, even though darkness came out of the box, hope did as well

Nagawa (Cofa) Kishiki
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5 months ago

"oh no, we are out of butter"

Barbara Mathie
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5 months ago

I think this has been in the refrigerator a little too long!

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Jennifer Ransier
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5 months ago

Sooooo pretty

Betty Kaine
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4 months ago

I take it that’s a frozen food option when there’s too many people in the stores. 👍🏼

nala simba
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5 months ago

Is that Tupperware?

Mishte Tine
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5 months ago

Wow. Well done (except for the drape of the fabric, but overall really excellent.

melbfk
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5 months ago

Even without art reference, this is a beautiful photo.

Antonella Caso
Community Member
5 months ago

so elegant

Lana Jig-maker
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5 months ago

Another well done

Mumof1
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5 months ago

lovely

Tina Frazier
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5 months ago

Lovely!

Kristina Thomas
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5 months ago

I never noticed how impossibly long the woman in the original painting's legs are, until I saw her next to a real woman!

SF Angel
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5 months ago

Breathtaking

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FloC
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5 months ago (edited)

this one is hilarious ! As I was scrolling down, I was expecting a cat.

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Lana Belysheva
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5 months ago

So inventive! What is going on in original sculpture, though?

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This Russian Facebook Group Is Dedicated To Recreating Famous Art Pieces While Isolating And Here Are The 27 Best Works

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Jennifer Ransier
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5 months ago

Stunning!

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spirit wolf
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5 months ago

Uncanny!!

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Iana So
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5 months ago

Thank you, guys. It was fun to do bunnies. It took only 5min for the photoshoot. Son was sweating in 2 hats and Dad's bathrobe.

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spirit wolf
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5 months ago

Greta could really nail this one.

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Felipe StillChill
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5 months ago

Ok the

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Violet
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5 months ago

Oh, it's me :D

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Donna Leske
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5 months ago

WOW! Again, much attention to detail! It is also stand-alone lovely in it's own right.

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Борис Решетов
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5 months ago

Viktor Vasnetsov "Alyonushka". 1881 Oil on canvas. 173 × 121 cm State Tretyakov gallery, Moscow

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Donna Leske
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5 months ago

Truly captured the spirit!

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JessG
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5 months ago

Lol! Good job

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Avery S Alberico
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5 months ago

It's almost like they were the original models!

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JessG
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5 months ago

Yikes

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Lana Belysheva
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5 months ago

Funny!

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JessG
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5 months ago

Brave

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Anna McCullough
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5 months ago

Nice recreation of a telamon (a sculpted male statue serving as an architectural support).

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chi-wei shen
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5 months ago

Vasya Lozhkin. We will live, not die! (book cover, Russian, 2017)

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Lana Belysheva
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5 months ago

There's a Russian poem 'Ded Mozai i zaytsi' meaning old man Mazay and hares. The premise is, during the spring flood, an old man is passing by remaining little islands in his boat, picking up hares, that got stranded there. It was very heartwarming. Don't know if the poem was inspired by the painting, or vise versa...

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JessG
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5 months ago

What a weird painting. Anyone know this one?

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AndersM
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5 months ago

Shit. Look at the size of that guy. Like a T-34 tank.

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JessG
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5 months ago

I feel this one

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Donna Leske
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5 months ago

Oh, you crazy Russians!

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