Napoleon’s face recreated with photographic accuracy

(ORDO NEWS) — Amsterdam-based photographer Bas Uterwijk, also known on the Web as Grandbrood, recreated the face of the French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte based on portrait data, writes LeFigaro.

Uterwijk, using a special program, combined several portraits of the French emperor. The craftsman mounted one image, which in quality is very similar to a photograph. Uterwijk posted the result on Twitter.

The clothes for the emperor had to be borrowed from the painting of Jacques-Louis David, written in 1812. The fact is that ArtBreeder does not allow “creating” clothes.


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