There are times that we find people who have similarities with the figures in some historic portraits. It might be a celebrity or maybe even a common person. So, when people come across such relativeness, they automatically connect the dots to the original person that it relates to.

Swapping the person who relates to someone in the original place lets us compare the similarities. And today, we bring you pictures of famous actor Bill Murray, smoothly fitted in with a bunch of iconic paintings. The actor’s face has been fitted into some amazing self-portraits. So scroll down to have a look at these reimagined iconic artworks.

More info & Photo courtesy: Eddy Torigoe

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“Lansdowne portrait of George Washington” by Gilbert Stuart, 1796/image credits: Eddy Torigoe

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“American Gothic” by Grant Wood, 1930/image credits: Eddy Torigoe

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“Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird” by Frida Kahlo, 1940/image credits: Eddy Torigoe

Bill Murray is a famous personality known for playing various roles in the entertainment industry. So, it’s no wonder that we find his face fitting into so many of these iconic pictures. From George Washington to Emperor Napolean, the actor’s face is seamlessly fitting into many portraits.

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“Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear and Pipe” by Vincent van Gogh, 1889/image credits: Eddy Torigoe

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“Laughing Cavalier” by Frans Hals, 1624/image credits: Eddy Torigoe

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“The Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries” by Jacques-Louis David, 1812/image credits: Eddy Torigoe

This amazing set of images were done by Eddy Torigoe. Eddy is a Redditor and he had shared to My Modern Met about how the series had begun. He has got the inspiration for this series by accident. In an image posted by someone, he had seen some resemblance of Bill’s face to George Washington’s portrait. And then he had started to look for more images trying to find similarities.

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“Self-Portrait with Two Circles” by Rembrandt, c. 1665 – 1669/image credits: Eddy Torigoe

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“Arrangement in Grey and Black No.1” by James Abbott McNeill Whistler 1871/image credits: Eddy Torigoe

So what do you think about these reimagined images? Leave a comment below sharing your thoughts.

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“Portrait of Martin Luther” by Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1543/image credits: Eddy Torigoe

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“I Want You” by James Montgomery Flagg, 1917/image credits: Eddy Torigoe
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