Posted by marc February 09, 2016
Famous Painting Subjects Tattooed by Nicolas Amiard

Famous oil paintings get some ink thanks to Paris artist Nicolas Amiard. Not only are these so well done that they look completely natural, they also encompass several styles of tattoo art. From a traditional Japanese back tattoo on Grande Odalisque to the nautical styles on The Birth of Venus, Amiard is putting his artistic flexibility on display. Fine art aficionados would be getting their shorts in an uproar, but I'm digging these defaced paintings.

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