Classical Paintings Recreated With Wine
Sanja Jankovic comes from Novi Sad in Serbia, where she teaches art and painting everyday. But she also dedicates herself to this activity as a passion in parallel to her job and often publishes works that retake famous pictures. Nevertheless, these are not made with watercolour but with red wine.
Even though it seems surprising, this technique dates back to the Renaissance and requires several types of paintbrushes as well as wines with different shades. This series titled winerelle goes from Gustav Klimt to Hokusai, including Leonardo da Vinci.
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