A Spanish graphic designer and illustrator named Carlos Gromo is gaining fans online for his amazing artworks. His latest masterpieces are crossovers of famous classic paintings and famous Disney characters.
Gromo was able to successfully combine the classical artistry and the modern touch. Here are some of his latest artworks:
Beauty and the Beast
“The Kiss” is a popular work by Gustav Klimt, was first exhibited in 1908 at the Kunstschau art exhibition on the site of today’s Konzerthaus. The painting is an expression of Klimt’s love for Austrian fashion designer Emilie Flöge. Gustav made Emilie his muse and his inspiration. Further, she influenced Gustav’s artistry as well. Floge opened the world of fashion for Klimt. Just like how Belle opened the idea of true love for Beast. Certainly, Beast has to have this painting on his castle. (Source: Google Arts & Culture)
The Sleeping Beauty
The Accolade is a famous painting by British artist Edmund Leighton. Chivalry is the main subject of this painting. The painting depicts an accolade. In other words, the ceremony to confer knighthood. Gromo switched the young queen as Princess Aurora and the knight as Prince Phillip. Meanwhile, the audiences ere replaced by the fairy godmothers and Aurora’s parents. But, let’s hope that Maleficent won’t get mad again for not being invited.
Fausto Zonaro is an Italian artist who worked in the Ottoman Empire. Subsequently, he became an important figure in the development of Western painting in the said empire. The original painting depicts a young woman carrying a pumpkin. Zonaro is known for being good at presenting texture and contrast through his paintings. Gromo replaced the young woman with Cinderella. In addition, he put the mice along with the princess as she walks. It looks like fairy godmother is going to make a glass carriage out of that pumpkin again.
Gromo’s other Disney-inspired artworks on Instagram. Therefore, you should definitely visit his page!
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