When Monet meets Sydney.

As the most populous city in Australia and Oceania, Sydney is showing the world as an unique city with the rich culture diversity and the stunning nature landscape. In this blog, you are going to see a series of pictures that combining the present photographs with famous impressionist oil paintings and bring you to a historical and impressional side of Sydney.

a bar in the city
a bar in the city

This photo was taken in a bar in the city of Sydney. This photo combines Post-Impressionist painter, Vincent van Gogh’s Cafe Terrace at Night.

Milson's Point
Milson’s Point

This photo was taken in Milson’s Point, Sydney. It combines Australian artist Tom Roberts’s An autumn morning, Milson’s Point, Sydney.

Brighton Beach
Brighton Beach

This photo was taken in Brighton-Le-Sands, aka Brighton Beach, a suburb in southern Sydney. The photo combines impressionist painter, Claude Monet’s early work, Regatta at Sainte-Adresse.

Darling Harbor
Darling Harbor

This photo was taken in Darling Harbor, Sydney. The photo combines English Romanticist landscape painter Joseph Mallord William Turner’s Fishermen at Sea.

Sydney is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and we want to keep it’s beauty as always. Therefore, it’s our responsibilities to protect our city and environment. What is your impression of Sydney?


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