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Watch Julianne Moore as Famous Works of Art

Photographing famous actresses as even more famous pieces of art seems to be a quite popular thing. Recently we have presented the article about Nicole Kidman staged as the heroines from Sargent’s portraits. Today it’s time for another redhead – Julianne Moore is… Modigliani’s muse, a Klimt damsel, and a tousled temptress by Egon Schiele. This incredible photo shoot with the actress has surfaced out of an old Harper’s Bazaar in 2008.

Julianne Moore Peter Lindbergh

Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Seated Woman With Bent Knee by Egon Schiele for Harper’s Bazaar.

The shots taken by the famous fashion photographer Peter Linderbergh. Here we present them side-by-side with their original inspirations:

Julianne Moore Peter Lindbergh

Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as The Cripple by John Currin for Harper’s Bazaar.

Julianne Moore Peter Lindbergh Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Woman With a Fan by Amedeo Modigliani for Harper’s Bazaar.

Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Woman With a Fan by Amedeo Modigliani for Harper’s Bazaar.

Julianne Moore Peter Lindbergh Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Madame X by John Singer Sargent for Harper’s Bazaar.

Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Madame X by John Singer Sargent for Harper’s Bazaar.

Julianne Moore Peter Lindbergh Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Man Crazy Nurse #3 by Richard Prince for Harper’s Bazaar.

Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Man Crazy Nurse #3 by Richard Prince for Harper’s Bazaar.

Julianne Moore Peter Lindbergh Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Adele Bloch Bauer I by Gustav Klimt for Harper’s Bazaar.

Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Adele Bloch Bauer I by Gustav Klimt for Harper’s Bazaar.

Julianne Moore Peter Lindbergh Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Little Dancer, Aged Fourteen by Edgar Degas.

Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Little Dancer, Aged Fourteen by Edgar Degas.


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