Original: A Souvenir of Velazquez by John Everett Millais
Crow Philosophy's affinity for art and popular culture has inspired the following contemporary edits of monumental works from the likes of Old Masters including Goya, Titian, Velázquez and Bronzino.
From time to time we offer images and insight on subjects we find interesting and topical. We hope you enjoy these appropriations of Old Master paintings.
Paid in full at your corner bodega.
"A Butcher's Counter" by Goya
"Portrait of a Young Man" by Peter Paul Ruben
Calvin Klein underwear model, year 1638.
"Mars" by Diego Velázquez, c 1638
Girl with the Chanel Earring (unattributed artist)
"Girl with a Pearl Earring" by Johannes Vermeer, c 1665
Dante's alternative Inferno
"Allegorical Portrait of Dante" by Bronzino
Pietro layering velvet over Cooper lambskin leather jacket
"Portrait of Pietro Aretino" by Titian, c 1545
"I prefer a Ducati or BMW as my regular ride" (and I always advise wearing a helmet and protection)
"Ritratto di Ranuccio I Farnese" by Cesare Aretusi
Scholars have recently debunked the long held belief that Titian had no sports affiliation. (Artforum, August, 2014, p. 65-68)
"Self-Portrait" by Titian
Technology is always advanced by youth.
"A Souvenir of Velazquez" by John Everett Millais