What If The Painted Ladies From The Renaissance Look Like Thin Fashion Models?

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I wonder how many girls have been dreamed about living in the past, you know, not too far from now, just…some 500 or 600 years ago when girls’ figure were more natural. We don’t have to live under the unrealistic standards which the media has heap upon us. A woman can also be pretty even though she would never fit into a size 0. Sounds like a fairy tale, huh? But still, a girl can dream.

Lauren Wade is a creative photo editor, she photoshopped those famous works of art to conform to today’s photoshopped standards of beauty, let’s have a look of her work.

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Titian, Danaë With Eros, 1544

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Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, Grande Odalisque, 1814

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Edgar Degas, La Toilette, 1884–86

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Raphael, Three Graces, 1504–1505

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Paul Gauguin, Two Tahitian Women, 1899

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Francisco Goya, Nude Maya, 1797–1800

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Sandro Botticelli, Birth of Venus, 1486

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Amedeo Modigliani, Nude Sitting on a Divan, 1917

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