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So the painting was based on the chloe photo? Then it doesn't belong in this thread sorry!

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this thread is great..not only for the beautiful artwork, but the amazing similarities

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So the painting was based on the chloe photo? Then it doesn't belong in this thread sorry!
i think we donīt mind if it was this way or the other, do we
love the painting and the chloe ad!

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^I think maybe #96 belongs better to the models pics that remind you paintings thread. Becoz as I understand, this thread is more like about the resemblance of fashion models and the painting models in the past, not the whole painting....

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i think we donīt mind if it was this way or the other, do we
love the painting and the chloe ad!
sorry I dont mean to sound like a divanopka, but the idea of the thread is to look at works of art that remind you of a specific model. If we have it both ways then people would just post paintings of the models themselves. Like I did a digital painting of vlada, but there is nothing amazing about me posting it because vlada was the subject so there is nothing spooky about it - does that make sense?

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I know Sara Jessica Parker is not exactly a model but in this pose - she quite reminds me of a woman from the Italian Renaissance period. Of course - hair creation is Serge Normant.....Attachment 262227 Source: jedroot.com


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the last two are very nice!
if i hadn't known, i would have thought that that renaissance painting was inspired by sjp

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Wow you found sasha! Well done it's quite a likeness, though at first I thought it was going to be natalia vodionova, because the face is not quite as angular as sasha's.

The sarah jessica parker one is remarkable! But please just models TFS should be a place where we can escape actress celebrities

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I really love the Sasha comparison...to me, it's spooky similarity!

Edit, since that's a self portrait, I looked up the artist, to see how much she looked like Sasha in real life..although, her name comes up as Rosanova, not Rosakova...


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i think the sarah jessica parker one IS ACTUALLY Sarah jessica parker!?!?! it was just the hair and the setting that reminded her of an italian painting...
hope i understood

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I was looking through The Daily Mini December issue I got in the mail and they had a little section on people in the industry who looked like famous paintings! Isn't that so weird? Anyway the model one they had was of Lily Cole looking like George Romney's Lady Hamilton as Circe

http://art.pro.tok2.com/Greek/Circe/Circe.htm and supermodels.nl

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