Famous Painting “Ophelia” Recreated as a Large Mural on a Boat’s Roof by Borondo

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Famous Painting “Ophelia” Recreated as a Large Mural on a Boat’s Roof by Borondo.

Spain-based street artist Borondo came up with an idea to recreate famous painting Ophelia by John Everett Millais as a huge mural. Following to this he got an opportunity to realise an idea of a mural on a vessel travelling along the River Lee in East London. He created it in collaboration with Carmen Maín.

In Borondo and Maín’s new version, gestural brush strokes were applied to a figure in a similar pose. Their approach differs, however, and the woman has a red cloth over her eyes and interlocking hands. She’s surrounded by green flora and is still on the water – this time, though, it’s real.

Famous Painting “Ophelia” Recreated as a Large Mural on a Boat’s Roof by Borondo:

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