Talented Artist Colorizes Black And White Pictures To Create Incredibly Breath-taking Results
5Walter Catty Allen, 1900
This image isn’t of anyone famous but just an ordinary English fisherman named Walter Catty Allen. The photo was taken in black and white by Olive Edis in 1900. The coloured and restored photo looks surreal and mesmerizing. This image shows the artist’s real talent and how advanced technology has gotten.
4Albert Einstein, 1947
Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist who developed one of the two pillars of modern physics that is, the theory of relativity. His work, among which was the mass-energy equivalence formula E = mc2, got him the Nobel Prize in 1921. Throughout his life, Einstein published over 300 scientific papers and over 150 non-scientific works.
3Egon Schiele, 1914
Schiele was an Austrian painter and also the protégé of Gustav Klimt. During the early 20th century he was a major figurative painter. The most recognizable aspect of his work was its raw sexuality. Both the original and restored photo side by side show how skilled Mario is at his work. Not just adding colour but also a background to the final image makes it look so unbelievable.
She is ranked at the 13th spot on the list of 25 Greatest Female Stars of Classical Hollywood Cinema. The stunning actress started her career at the age of 20 in 1950 and retired from acting at the age of 26. She won a Golden Globe Award and an Academy Award and appeared in quite a few critically acclaimed movies. In 1956 she became the Princess of Monaco after marrying Prince Rainier III.
1Young Charlie Chaplin, 1908
Yes, this stunning image is of the silent era comedy icon Charlie Chaplin. Without his iconic toothbrush moustache and the added colour, he looks unrecognizable. If the context and history of this image were taken out, no one would be able to recognize him. Mario puts in days of hard work to get his pictures to give them the best restoration that is possible.