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15 Side By Side Portrait Of Historical Figures And Their Descendants

15 Side By Side Portrait Of Historical Figures And Their Descendants

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Drew Gardner is a talented artist and photographer. Fueled by his passion for the history of famous US political figures, He created these pieces of art…

Preparing for the arrangement required significantly more than a couple of calls. In addition to the fact that Gardner carried out inside and out examination following the immediate relatives and confirming their ancestry, however, he likewise made sets with careful thoughtfulness regarding the littlest of subtleties. At long last, be that as it may, the entirety of the difficult work paid off. Sourcing the period ensembles and props made such credible foundations, they seem as though something straight out of a history book. Gardner even deliberately investigated the lighting in every unique representation and persistently reproduced them as intently as could reasonably be expected, utilizing a wide range of rigging and methods.

The final product is something that you’d find in the ‘distinctive however same’ classification. Obviously, in an absolutely decent way.

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#1: Liza De Giocondo (The Mona Lisa) (Left) And Irina Guicciardini Strozzi (Right) The 15 Times Great Granddaughter Of Liza De Giocondo

You could state the arrangement started 15 years prior when Gardner’s mom revealed to him that he looked a great deal like his granddad. “It made me think on the off chance that I [really] resembled my granddad and if individuals alive today would look to some extent like acclaimed progenitors,” the picture taker disclosed in an interview.

There are various rules dependent on which Gardner picks the photographs he will reproduce yet the more notable a picture is, the better. “It is significant that regardless of what the individual’s accomplishment that there is a level of acknowledgment or recognition. This isn’t generally conceivable yet it is my beginning stage.”

#2: Thomas Jefferson (Left), 1800 And Shannon Lanier (Right) Sixth Great-Grandson Of Thomas Jefferson

#3 Charles Dickens (Left), 1858 And Gerald Charles Dickens (Right) Dickens's, Great-Great-Grandson

#4 Frederick Douglass (Left), 1863 And Reuben L. Andrews (Right)

#5 Oliver Cromwell (Left), 1653-1654 And Charles Bush (Right) The Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandson Of Oliver Cromwell

#6 Napoleon (Left), 1812 And Hugo De Salis (Right) The Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandson Of Napoleon

#7 Emeline Pankhurst (Left) And Helen Pankhurst (Right) The Great-Granddaughter Of Emeline Pankhurst

#8 Charles II (Left), 1653 And Lord Charles Fitzroy (Right) The 9 Times Great-Grandson Of Charles II

#9 Arthur Wellesley 1st Duke Of Wellingston (Left), 1824 And Jeremy Clyde (Right) The Great-Great-Great-Grandson Of The 1st Duke Of Wellington

#10 Berthe Morisot (Left), 1872 And Lucie Rouart (Right) The Great-Granddaughter Of Berthe Morisot

#11 Horatio Nelson (Left), 1800 And William John Raglan Horatio Tribe (Right) Nelson's Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandson

#12 William Wordsworth (Left), 1798 Andtom Wontner (Right) Wordsworth's Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandson

#13 Elizabeth Cady Stanton (Left), 1850 And Elizabeth Jenkins-Sahlin (Right)

#14 Clive Of India, Robert Clive, 1773 (Left) And Robert Holden (Right) The Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandson Of Clive Of India

#15 Isambard Kingdom Brunel, 1857 (Left) And Isambard Thomas (Right), Brunel's Great-Great-Great-Grandson

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