Temporary Portraits

The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and…
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a gold frame with an abstract pattern in the middle and brown squares on it's sides
Raffaello Sanzio (Portrait of Young Woman with Unicorn) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an abstract pattern in it
Petrus Christus (Portrait of a Carthusian) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
an abstract painting in gold frame with pink and green squares
Lucas Cranach (Portrait of a Woman) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with a square pattern in it
Hans Memling (Portrait of Tommaso Portinari) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an image of a man's face on it in brown and tan tones
Raffaello Sanzio (Portrait of a Woman - La Muta) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an abstract pattern in it
Hans Holbein the Younger (Portrait of Jane Seymour) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an abstract pattern in it
Anthonis Mor (Portrait of Sir Thomas Gresham) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an image of a face in the middle and brown squares on it
Lorenzo Lotto (Portrait of a Young Man with a Lamp) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an abstract pattern in the middle and black squares on the bottom
Raffaello Sanzio (Portrait of a Young Woman - La Fornarina) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an image of a face in the middle and green squares on it
Anonymous Artist (Portrait of a Man) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an image of a woman's face in squares and rectangles
Hans Memling (Portrait of Maria Maddalena Baroncelli) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an abstract pattern in the middle and brown squares on it's sides
Agnolo Bronzino (Portrait of Eleanor of Toledo) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an abstract painting in it's center and the image is made up of several different colors
Hans Holbein the Younger (Portrait of a Lady with a Squirrel) – Dario Quaranta Neropo
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an image of squares in it
Raffaello Sanzio (Portrait of Baldassarre Castiglione) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an image of a square pattern in the middle and brown squares at the bottom
Lorenzo di Credi (Portrait of a Young Woman) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an abstract pattern in the middle and brown squares on it's sides
Anthonis Mor (Portrait of Sir Huybrecht Beuckeleer) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an image of a woman's face in squares and rectangles
Sandro Botticelli (Portrait of a Young Man holding a Medallion) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an abstract design in the middle and pink, brown, blue, yellow or green colors
Agnolo Bronzino (Portrait of a Young Man) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
an old gold framed painting with different colored squares
Hans Holbein the Younger (Portrait of Hermann von Wedigh III) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an abstract pattern in it
Parmigianino (Portrait of Cecilia Gozzadini) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an image of a square pattern in the middle and brown squares at the bottom
Rogier van der Weyden (Portrait of a Woman with a Winged Bonnet) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold framed art piece with many different colored squares in the center and bottom corner
Antonello da Messina (Portrait of a Man) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an image of a man's face on it in brown and tan tones
Raffaello Sanzio (Portrait of a Woman - La Gravida) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an image of squares in it
Jan Gossaert (Portrait of Francisco de los Cobos y Molina) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an abstract pattern in the middle and brown squares on it's sides
Lucas Cranach the Elder (Portrait of Judith) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an abstract pattern in the middle and green squares at the bottom
Albrecht Dürer (Portrait of Michael Wolgemut) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an abstract pattern in it
Agnolo Bronzino (Portrait of Laura Battiferri) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an image of a man's face in squares and rectangles
Hans Memling (Portrait of a Young Man) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a gold frame with an abstract design in it
Leonardo da Vinci (Portrait of Ginevra de Benci) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).
a painting that has been framed in gold with different colored squares on the bottom half
Filippo Lippi (Portrait of a Youth) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Temporary Portraits are a metaphor for the transitory, ephemeral nature of the web. The series is composed of 50 clips that are a tribute to fifteenth and sixteenth-century portraiture (Italian and Flemish in particular).