Altered and original paintings from our arts game "Who Painted That?"

We wanted to show you the original paintings alongside the altered versions that made up our arts game "Who Painted That?" If you're seeing this page without playing the game, stop right here and click the link to go back and play the game first!


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Below left is our airbrushed painting from "Who Painted That?" and below right is the original by Salvador Dali: "The Persistence of Memory," 1931.

Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali, but without the melting clocks

original painting Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali


Below left is our airbrushed painting from "Who Painted That?" and below right is the original by Paul Gauguin: "Nafea Faa Ipoipo (When Will You Marry?)," 1892.

background of a Paul Gauguin painting minus the two women subjects

Paul Gauguin painting titled Nafea Faa Ipoipo (When Will You Marry?), 1892


Below left is our airbrushed painting from "Who Painted That?" and below right is the original by Edward Hopper: "Morning Sun," 1952.

painting of an empty room by Edward Hopper

painting by Edward Hopper titled Morning Sun, 1952


Below left is our airbrushed painting from "Who Painted That?" and below right is the original by Johannes Vermeer: "Woman with a Water Jug," 1662.

Vermeer painting without the woman subject present

Vermeer painting Woman with a water jug, 1662


Below left is our airbrushed painting from "Who Painted That?" and below right is the original by Gustav Klimt: "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I," 1907 (also sometimes referred to as the "Woman in Gold").

background for Gustav Klimt's Woman in Gold

Gustav Klimt painting Woman in Gold


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