By Emma Taggart
Barcelona-based artist Gerard Mas creates reimagined Renaissance sculptures that depict how women of the 15th century might behave if they lived during modern times. The surreal, humorous pieces made from marble feature elegant ladies from the past in old-fashioned clothing. However, instead of looking glum like they would have been depicted in the Renaissance era, Mas shows them to be full of mischief and personality.
Some of the playful characters are shown sticking out their tongue, picking their nose, chewing gum, or blowing bubbles. One wears facial piercings and tattoos, while another has a sunburn from a day …READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE & LEARN MORE HERE
Source:: My Modern Met