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Google Street View scenes get artistic makeover

Google Street View scenes get artistic makeover

Ever wondered where beautiful painted scenes were based off of?

One amazing artist - Halley Docherty - has superimposed famous works of art on their location's Google Street View image.  Look at the photos below and prepare to be amazed.

Edward Hopper - Nighthawks, 1942). The location of Hopper’s subject has been widely debated, but seems to be on the south-west side of Mulry Square, where Perry Street slants.

The Piazza San Marco towards the Basilica 1760-5 Francesco Guardi VENICE copy(1)

Tokyo - Caulking Boats 1832 KuniyoshiWilliam Logsdail - St. Martin in the Fields, 1888.<br />St Martin in the Fields church is situated on the opposite side of Trafalgar Square to Northumberland House.

Click here to see Halley Docherty's Reddit page, the place he posts his amazing images.

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