During this period of COVID-19 isolation, several museums (The Getty, The Rijksmuseum) put out a challenge for individuals isolating at home to re-create their favourite masterpiece. Enjoy some of the inspired results here:

[Feature image: Jan van Eyck, The Arnolfini Portrait, 1434. Oil on oak panel of 3 vertical boards, 82.2 cm × 60 cm, National Gallery, London. Remake: https://petapixel.com/2020/04/01/people-are-recreating-classic-paintings-as-hilarious-photos-in-quarantine/ ]

Francis Barraud (1856-1924), His Master’s Voice, 1898. Remake: @RachelForrest, Posted Mar 27, 2020.

S Roy, @lightsailing, Posted April 2, 2020

Henry Fuseli, The Nightmare. Oil on canvas, 101.6 × 127 cm. Detroit Institute of Arts. Kate Simmons @simmonssays3, Replying to @GettyMuseum. Posted Apr 4, 2020. Nightmare by Henry Fuseli recreated to depict today’s COVID-19 quarantine nightmare.