10 New Getty Museum Artworks Come to Art Transfer

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How would an artist like Van Gogh or Rubens interpret scenes from today? 

How might Rembrandt paint your dog frolicking in the grass, or your wedding portrait?

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Art Transfer lets you find out. Choose from a rich selection of artworks and objects created by history's most important makers and transform the world around you in their style. 

Now the Getty Museum brings you 10 new works for you to play with...

Irises (Front)The J. Paul Getty Museum

1. Irises by Vincent van Gogh

Within the first week of entering an asylum in Saint-Rémy, France, van Gogh began painting Irises, working from nature in the asylum's garden. 

See the Irises as if you were in the Getty Museum with Street View. 

Portrait of Leonilla, Princess of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn (Main View, stitched)The J. Paul Getty Museum

2. Portrait of Leonilla, Princess of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn

The way Princess Leonilla is posed in this painting was considered daring when it was painted in 1843 by Franz Xaver Winterhalter, conjuring up images of harems and concubines.

Floor (about 1725) by UnknownThe J. Paul Getty Museum

3. Floor, about 1725

This floor once decorated a small, elegant room in a German courtly residence. At some later point, workers cut it into four sections to remove it from its original location.

Engraved Scaraboid with a Grasshopper (425–400 B.C.) by Unknown, GreekThe J. Paul Getty Museum

4. Engraved Scaraboid with a Grasshopper

If you look closely at this engraved gem, you can see a grasshopper standing on a stem of grass and surrounded by leaves.

The Farewell of Telemachus and Eucharis (Main View)The J. Paul Getty Museum

5. The Farewell of Telemachus and Eucharis, 1818

Jacques-Louis David was an active supporter of the French Revolution and effectively became a dictator of the arts under the French Republic.

Meet the Farewell of Telemachus and Eucharis as if you were in the gallery. 

Greek Geometric Amphora (-0720/-0700) by Attributed to the Philadelphia Painter (Greek (Attic))The J. Paul Getty Museum

6. Greek Geometric Amphora

This vase, attributed to Philadelphia Painter, is over 2500 years old and is attributed to an anonymous artist called Philadelphia Painter. Other works by the artist are in Philadelphia, Brussels, Berlin, Bern, and Athens.

Portrait of Agostino Pallavicini (about 1621) by Anthony van DyckThe J. Paul Getty Museum

7. Portrait of Agostino Pallavicini by Anthony van Dyck

Agostino Pallavicini was a member of the Genoese branch of the Pallavicini family. His flowing red robes indicate that he was an ambassador to the Pope.

The Interior of Saint Bavo, Haarlem (1628) by Pieter Jansz. Saenredam (Dutch, 1597 - 1665)The J. Paul Getty Museum

8. The Interior of Saint Bavo by Pieter Jansz Saenredam

Saenredam made his first drawing of Saint Bavo church at age of 29. After that, he devoted himself almost exclusively to painting church interiors.

Mummy Portrait of a Woman (A.D. 100) by Isidora MasterThe J. Paul Getty Museum

9. Mummy Portrait of a Woman by Isidora Master

This portrait of a woman was painted on the lid of the sarcophagus, an ornate stone coffin, in which she was buried. 

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10. Anatomical Studies by Peter Paul Rubens

Scholars believe that Rubens produced this anatomical drawing in preparation for an instructional book on human anatomy, which he never published. 

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