This is a story of a fan who honors one of her inspirational painting icons in the medium that she is proficient in. Meet Inger Prader, a photographer who is in love with the paintings of Gustav Klimt.
Klimt was an artist who had done his work mainly around 1899 to 1910. His work was mostly erotic in nature and he has a bunch of iconic paintings that are world famous including the 112 foot long painting which is titled ” Beethoven Frieze”. Another world famous art of this Austrian artist was the “Death and Life”.
To honor one of her favourite artists, Prader used her creativity and skills to recreate these paintings on her camera. For that task, she used live models, costumes and a lot of back and fore ground preparation. They were aligned to mimic the paintings so Prader could successfully capture the image to reproduce the world famous work of Gustav Klimt. This was done for a special fundraising event. We have collected some of her photos, what she recreated. Scroll down to check them out and also do not forget to comment your thoughts down in the comments sections as well!
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