La création et l’art sont vos mots d’ordre ? Ce challenge est fait pour vous ! Le Getty Museum de Los Angeles a lancé le 25 mars sur Twitter le challenge de recréer des oeuvres d’art le plus fidèlement possible… à la maison !

Vous pouvez utiliser tout ce qui vous tombe sous la main, tant que vous restez chez vous. Maquillage, vêtements, objets du quotidien… Tout peut vous servir à vous transformer en oeuvre d’art ! Une manière ludique de s’occuper pendant le confinement qui nous offre quelques petits chefs-d’oeuvre. Petite sélection des meilleures créations :

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Пьер Огюст Ренуар – «Портрет актрисы Жанны Самари» (1878г., Эрмитаж) Pierre Auguste Renoir – “Portrait of Actress Jeanne Samary” (1878, The Hermitage museum) _______________________________________ 📸 @miglekel @tussenkunstenquarantaine @hermitage_museum @gettymuseum #tussenkunstenquarantaine #art #painting #картины #искусство #museumfromhome #эрмитаж #эрмитаждома #museumathome #quarantine #изоляция #isolation #gettymuseum #renoir #gettymuseumchallenge #artathome #museumart #museumchallenge #betweenartandquarantine #gettychallenge #covidartmuseum #covidclassics #remake #stayhome #еленакаяджи #изоизоляция #ренуар #портретжаннысамари

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Reenacting a painting was on my list for a long time, therefore I chose the prompt "reenact a painting" for day 30 of #HistoricalApril! 😉 But it's much more difficult to reenact a painting than I thought because I wanted the reenacted photo to look as similar as possible to the painting! 😆 My inherited antique sewing machine was perfect for this: It doesn't work yet but it's very similar to the sewing machine in the painting. I guess my sewing machine is from the 1910s or what do you think? ☺ . In the photo I'm wearing my white muslin & lace blouse. But I tinted it blue to make it more like the blouse in the painting. I also adjusted the other colors of the photo. And I'm wearing a 1980s skirt because I don't have an Edwardian black wool skirt yet – it's still in the planning! 😉 And I didn't have a lace apron, so I faked it: I tied my antique Edwardian chemise around my waist with a piece of string! 😂 And I faked something else, can you spot it? ☺ Stay tuned, I'm going to share another reenacted painting in the next days! . And thank you all for participating in #HistoricalApril – it was so much fun! 😀 But now that the challenge ends today, I'm thinking about what we could do next during lockdown. 😉 Another (different) challenge or a sewalong: I've never hosted a sewalong but it's on my to do list as well and I've planned some historical costumes which I could share as sewalong: an Edwardian petticoat, a tailored Edwardian wool skirt, an Edwardian leather belt, a 1920s wool coat and an Edwardian lace skirt. Let me know if you want one of these as a sewalong. ☺ . And what I'd also like to do is something like a "hair-along" 😊 where I post a tutorial on how to recreate an authentic historical hairstyle and you can recreate it and post a picture of the finished hairstyle. If you have ideas and suggestions, please share in the comments! 😀

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. . Heya lovely beings, this is another #gettymuseumchallenge post. (ˆ⌣ˆԅ) . This time I remade the picture called Berthe Morisot au bouquet de violettes ~(Berthe Morisot with a bouquet of violets) . ~I know it doesn’t looks alike, I did it a little bit in my style~ . The picture is from 1872 and was painted by Edouard Manet. . Édouard Manet was a French painter. He is considered one of the pioneers of modern painting. . What I most liked about the original painting is that that the impression arises that Berthe Morisot consists only of light and shadow. -He depicts her with black eyes -in reality they were green- black clothes and headgear. . . Used Items: . •App: #procreate . •Pencil: #applepencil first generation . •Device: I pad 6. Generation Hashtags: . #gettymuseum #artchallenge #museedorsay #art#challenge#challengeaccepted#artwork#elisabetvigeelebrun#selfportrait#selfpotraitphotography#photography#inspiration#tbt#artist#instaart#arte#artistoninstagram#artofvisuals#artoftheday#artsy#drawing#drawings

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Un challenge à faire seul comme à plusieurs

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Tout le monde participe, même les enfants ! 

Même les animaux en profitent

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