Street Views of Classic Paintings

Artist Halley Docherty creates collages by superimposing images of classic paintings onto photographs of their accurate locations in Google Street View.

Pictured: St Petersburg – Nevsky Prospekt by Anichkov Bridge (1847) by Ludwig Franz Karl Bohnstedt. Photograph: Halley Docherty

POTD 20190815 | Collage by Halley Docherty


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