12 Examples Of How To Improve Art By Adding Timothée Chalamet To The Picture

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When you first saw Timothée Chalamet in Homeland you probably didn’t realize how much of an impact he will have in your life in the future. It was his role in Ladybird that first caught your attention and made you think “Timothy huh?”. And then we all saw Call Me by Your Name and realized there’s no way back. Timothée Chalamet slayed us all and divided our lives into pre-Timothée and post-Timothée era. We now worship him and see him as a beacon of beauty and hope. In fact, some people have chosen to dedicate Instagram accounts to Timothy and Photoshop him into classical works of art. And you know what? If he lived in the time that art was created, we believe he would be the subject of that art, statues of him would be made, he would feature in countless paintings, people would write poetry about him and sing him serenades… but I digress. Let’s take a look at some of the best art he’s been Photoshopped into on ChalametinArt Instagram account. Just for you we decided to show you the original and the Photoshopped version side by side, so you can see what a great improvement can be achieved by adding Timothée to the picture.

 

 

1. A Young Man with a Basket of Fruit (Personification of ‘Summer’) by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo (1640).

 

 

2. David by Michelangelo (1501-1504).


 

3. The Music Lesson or Lady at the Virginals with a Gentleman by Johannes Vermeer (1662-1665).

 

 

4. Essie, Ruby and Ferdinand, Children of Asher Wertheimer by John Singer Sargent (1902).


 

5. American Gothic by Grant Wood (1930).

 

 

6. The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp by Rembrandt (1632).


 

7. Marie Antoinette and her Children by Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun (1787).

 

 

8. Boy with a Basket of Fruit by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1593).


 

9. George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron by Richard Westall (1813).

 

 

10. The Desperate Man by Gustave Courbet (1844-1845).


 

11. The Wyndham Sisters: Lady Elcho, Mrs. Adeane, and Mrs. Tennant by John Singer Sarge (1899).

 

 

12. Las Meninas by Diego Velázquez (1656).