Old and forgotten paintings by Bence Hajdu


Hungarian artist Bence Hajdu presents a new series of photographs about old and forgotten places in which the artist imagined back some of the greatest works of art of all time and removed characteristic elements of the artworks; in some way he re-thought history.

Using his imagination this European artist thought about what he did not like these paintings and noted that removing these elements the paintings charged significant value for many people.

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1465-1474 --- Trompe l'Oeil Ceiling Painting at Camera Degli Sposi by Andrea Mantegna --- Image by © Massimo Listri/CORBIS

1465-1474 --- Trompe l'Oeil Ceiling Painting at Camera Degli Sposi by Andrea Mantegna --- Image by © Massimo Listri/CORBIS

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The works of this artist are very fine because they have a very high artistic quality and exquisite technique.

Without a doubt Bence tries to express his fasinacion by social issues which he expresses in his paintings and create for his viewers some feelings due to the disappearance of some original elements.

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I personally believe that the work of Bence is full of creativity and originality without limits because no one before thought this very interesting artistic concept.

If you want to know more about the work of Bence you can access this website or follow him on his Facebook profile

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