A collection of paintings I’ve found in thrift stores that were inspired by paintings found in art galleries by usually dead but famous artists.

Results vary.

“Good artists copy, great artists steal”

Pablo Picasso

Artist (deceased)

‘The Helping Hand’ by Émile Renouf + not by Émile

‘Girl With A Pearl Earring’ by Johannes Vermeer + Earrings not by Vermeer

‘Girl With A Watering Can’ by Pierre Auguste Renoir + not by Renoir

‘The Song Of The Lark’ by Jules Breton + not by Breton

‘A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La-Grande-Jatte ‘ by Georges Seurat_+ not by Seurat

‘Three Musicians’ by Pablo Picasso + not by Pablo

‘Self Portrait’ by Rembrandt + not by Rembrandt

‘Republic Pictures’ by Republic Pictures + not by Republic Pictures

‘Self Portrait’ by Vincent Van Gogh + not by Vincent

‘Paris Street-Rainy Day’ by Gustave Caillebotte + not by Gustave

‘Don Manuel Osorio Manrique de Zuñiga’ by Francisco Goya + not by Goya

‘The Last Supper’ by Leonardo DaVinci + not by Leonardo

‘The Storm’ by Pierre Auguste Cot + not Cot

‘Garden Of Earthly Delights’ (detail) by Hieronymus Bosch + not by Bosch

‘St Matthew and the Angel ‘ by Caravaggio + not by Caravaggio

‘Convergence’ by Jackson Pollock + not by Jackson

‘The Mona Lisa’ by Leonardo DaVinci + not by Leonardo

‘Ma Rainey’  + not quite Ma

‘Bacchus’ by Caravaggio + not by Caravaggio

‘Rumple Minz Ad’ by unknown + also by unknown

‘To Pastures New’ by James Guthrie + not by Guthrie

‘Starry Night’ by Vincent Van Gogh + not by Van Gogh

‘The Magnificent Conan’ by Boris Vallejo + not by Boris

‘The Kiss’ by Gustav Klimt + not by Klimt

The Burden of the Responsible Man’ by  James-C. Christensen + not by James

Two Sisters (On The Terrace)’ by Pierre-Auguste Renoir + not by Renoir