Renaissance Paintings Brought To Life By Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

24 01 2014
'The Nut Gatherer' — William Adolphe Bourguereau(RSTagliafierro GIF)

‘The Nut Gatherer’ — William Adolphe Bourguereau(RSTagliafierro GIF)

Italian experimental artist and animator Rino Stefano Tagliafierro has brought paintings to life in animated GIFs.

Using Adobe After Effects animation software, he takes paintings (largely from the Renaissance era) and modifies them slightly to make them appear as if they are moving.

It is very interesting how the animator could turned a still painting into an awesome moving painting.

'Bacj im Birkenwald' — Ivan Shishkin(RSTagliafierro GIF)

‘Bacj im Birkenwald’ — Ivan Shishkin(RSTagliafierro GIF)

'The Difficult Lesson' — William Adolphe Bourguereau(RSTagliafierro GIF)

‘The Difficult Lesson’ — William Adolphe Bourguereau(RSTagliafierro GIF)

'Two Sisters' — William Adolphe Bourguereau(RSTagliafierro GIF)

‘Two Sisters’ — William Adolphe Bourguereau(RSTagliafierro GIF)

'Not too Much to Carry' — William Adolphe Bourguereau(RSTagliafierro GIF)

‘Not too Much to Carry’ — William Adolphe Bourguereau(RSTagliafierro GIF)

'Sewing' — William Adolphe Bourguereau(RSTagliafierro GIF)

‘Sewing’ — William Adolphe Bourguereau(RSTagliafierro GIF)

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9 02 2014
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[…] Italian experimental artist and animator Rino Stefano Tagliafierro also use GIFS to bring paintings to life. […]

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24 01 2014
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