Paintings From Prado Museum Collection Given Climate Change Makeovers
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Felipe IV a Caballo (1635-36), Diego Velázquez. Images courtesy of Museo del Prado / WWF
Museo del Prado recently collaborated on a project with the World Wildlife Fund designed to coincide with the 2019 UN Climate Change Conference in Madrid. Paintings from the museum's collection were digitally modified to reflect a future world destroyed by inaction. Rising sea levels, barren rivers, and refugee camps transform works by European painters into a campaign to save the environment.
The project is titled “+ 1,5ºC Lo Cambia Todo,” which translates from Spanish to mean “+ 1.5ºC Changes...
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