7 Historic Portraits Are Generated To Realistically Portray Their Faces Using Neural Networks Technology is evolving fast.

Recently, an artist, Denis Shiryaev, took to digital art to produce realistic faces from famous portraits using a neural network.
The transformation is fascinating to watch.
Denis uses other people’s facial expressions from social media platforms including neural networks to produce end results close to reality. The mechanism is described as a computer program that mimics the way the human brain works.
Since 1797, the Mona Lisa portrait painting has been in the Louvre museum. It was done by Leonardo da Vinci, an Italian, in 1503.
Frida Kahlo is a Mexican painter famous for her self-portraits and her artwork deals with race, gender, class, and identity.
The Birth of Venus,・is a composition by Sandro Botticelli, done between 1485-1486, it shows the goddess Venus of Rome, coming up from the sea.
Lady with an Ermine,・is a portrait of Cecilia Gallerani, Duke Ludovico Sforza’s (nicknamed the white ermine・ mistress, done by Leonardo da Vinci, between 1489 and 1490.
Grant Wood painted the American Gothic,・in 1930. It portrays simple farmers in front of a farmhouse. The subjects are his sister and dentist.
The Night Watch・was painted by Rembrandt van Rijn in 1642.
Girl with a pearl earring・was done in 1665 by Johannes Vermeer. The recreation misses the pearl earring.

Image credits: Denis Shiryaev

Image credits: Denis Shiryaev

Image credits: Denis Shiryaev

Image credits: Denis Shiryaev

Image credits: Denis Shiryaev

Image credits: Denis Shiryaev

Image credits: Denis Shiryaev

Image credits: Denis Shiryaev