in

Renaissance Paintings Are Recreated By Auto Mechanics

renaissance paintings - Freddy Fabris

A look at Freddy Fabris’s Renaissance Series going viral.

A photographer named Freddy Fabris had always wanted to honour Renaissance masters with his photos, but he wasn’t sure how until a chance encounter in an auto shop led him to some inspiration.

Several funny portraits of mechanics emerged from this.

About Freddy Fabris

The son of two dancers, Freddy Fabris was born in New York in 1970 into the artistic aristocracy of the American Ballet Theater. His father came from Argentina, while his mother was from France. At an early age, he was exposed to the most dynamic period of post-modern development in history, which included de Kooning, Warhol, and Rothko.

Later, Fabris moved to Buenos Aires, where he became one of the most recognized and sought-after commercial artists, whose work was continually coveted by collectors and international brands.

The Renaissance painting series

This painting series has won several awards, including the APA Conceptual photography award, 1st Place International Color awards, and the One Eyeland Silver award.

renaissance paintings - Freddy Fabris

renaissance paintings - Freddy Fabris

renaissance paintings - Freddy Fabris

renaissance paintings - Freddy Fabris

renaissance paintings - Freddy Fabris

renaissance paintings - Freddy Fabris

renaissance paintings - Freddy Fabris

renaissance paintings - Freddy Fabris

renaissance paintings - Freddy Fabris

renaissance paintings - Freddy Fabris

renaissance paintings - Freddy Fabris

renaissance paintings - Freddy Fabris