A 66-year-old American photographer Laura Hofstadter has created an adorable project where she recreates masterpieces of classical paintings in a series of black and white pself-portraits.

Laura believes that “the older we get, the more invisible we become to the society.” With this project of recreating famous art pieces she not only wanted to have fun, but also to prove that there are no age limits for art.

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Girl with a Pearl Earring – Johannes Vermeer

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Esperanza – George Frederick Watts

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Whistler’s Mother – James McNeill Whistler

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Mezzetin – Jean-Antoine Watteau

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The Scream – Edvard Munch

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Cafe Singer – Edgar Degas

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Mona Lisa – Leonardo da Vinci

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Dante Alighieri – Sandro Botticelli

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St Agatha – Piero della Francesca

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Absinthe Drinker – Pablo Picasso

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The Son of Man – Rene Magritte

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Self Portrait – Rembrandt

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Self Portrait – Judith Leyster

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