Jacques Louis David, Horace Vernet, Vasily Verechtchaguine... They have been many to immortalize Napoleon Bonaparte, with more or less success. But probably not as much realism that a certain "Ganbrood", a pseudonym behind which hides the Bottom Uterwijk, an independent photographer based in Amsterdam.read also : Strategy, motivation, management : how Napoleon has invented
The Dutchman did not need a machine to go back in time to shoot the portrait of the Emperor. It is able to model the face of the Little Corporal with an almost photographic, thanks to the specialized software Art Breeder, a tool offering the ability to create assemblies from an assembly of photos. The result is stunning.