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Project #2 Me, Myself and I Giuseppe Arcimboldo  He was very unique in his style of portraits.  Arcimboldo used objects of everyday life to create his portraits of people. His style combined still life with portraiture.

The Vegetable Gardener Oil on wood, 36 x 24 cm Museo Civico "Ala Ponzone", Cremona

Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s portrait of the Holy Roman Emperor Rudolph II as Vertumnus. Inspiration for Boldo, the soup genie, in The Tale of Despereaux.

Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s portrait of the Holy Roman Emperor Rudolph II as Vertumnus. Inspiration for Boldo, the soup genie, in The Tale of Despereaux.

Philip Haas. Inspired by Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s ‘Four Seasons’ portraits. At NY Botanical Garden.

Four colossal head sculptures greet guests at the New York Botanical Garden

Philip Haas. Inspired by Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s ‘Four Seasons’ portraits. At NY Botanical Garden.

“The Four Seasons” is a sculpture series of four giant heads, each representing a season of the year. Artist Philip Haas crafted the 15 foot tall sculptures out of fiberglass. The sculptures are inspired by the work of Renaissance painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo who created portraits composed of everyday objects like fruits and books

The Four Seasons, Giant Head Sculptures Representing the Seasons

The Four Seasons by Philip Haas. Based on Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s Renaissance paintings of the four seasons, Philip created these 15 ft. high fiberglass sculptures in the garden of the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London.

Do Art!: Giuseppe Arcimboldo-Fruit Face/Vegetable Head Project

Artist study Giuseppe Arcimboldo fruit Face/Vegetable Head Project for letter A

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George Washington Portrait on Wall Melted (Work on Paper) - valerie hegarty 2012

Arcimboldo Self-Portraits

Arcimboldo Self-Portraits

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