While originality and authenticity are the mantras to live by, artists and creative minds often find themselves so much in awe of the work of other great minds, they make them their muse.
So needless to say, art inspires art. And film is one of the strongest mediums of visual art as we already know.
Filmmakers throughout history are famous for getting inspired by every form of creative expression.
So it’s no wonder there have been several times when filmmakers have been influenced by precious pieces of paintings and have left proof of that in their works. Here are 5 such instances.
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