Toulouse-Lautrec Painting Comes to Life as Rachel

The resemblence between Natalia Tena as Rachel and this 19th century painting of hookers by French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is untrcanny! We first featured this painting in Script Secret #2 and cannot believe how spot on this costume is!

Toulouse-Lautrec Painting Comes to Life in Bel Ami


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8 Responses to Toulouse-Lautrec Painting Comes to Life as Rachel

  1. Hey! She was Tonks in the Harry Potter movies!

    She looks amazing here! Can’t wait for this to come out!

  2. MAIARA says:

    it is SIMILAR , fact, but it’s more weird in person but like the makeup artist won a baftas right?? for young victoria, so he has to be good

  3. PunkyBumpkin says:

    Hmmm, I dunno. Clearly the prostitutes used the lip & cheek rouge and the eye makeup, but it still looks a bit too much in those photos. But perhaps it will look a little different in the final product.

  4. Natalia says:

    Sorry but I was shocked when I see the picture, this is a bit too much to me…

  5. Natalia says:

    She really looks clownish but I guess it’s done on purpose first to suit a character and then from what I understood her scenes with Rob will be at night so with little light and she needs a heavy make up but Natalia is just unrecognizable and she is really pretty in real life but this make up looks horrible.

  6. chico's mama says:

    wow they are rough looking,huh?

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  8. sparkling diane says:

    firstly when i saw this still from bel ami..where she and rob and kissing..i could’nt recognize her!! now its clear to me..

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