Jules-Elie Delaunay, "Ophelia"
Jules-Élie Delaunay, Ophelia, 1882; Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux.
Accurate images of this painting by Jules-Elie Delaunay are hard to find. As a result, altered copies like the one seen below are fairly popular. Luckily, there have been many visitors to the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux, and some of those people have posted their photos. The picture of the painting in its frame comes from a 2017 article about the museum's exhibits. Although the overly yellow look of the modern version, along with its high glare and excess contrast, should provide clues that the image might not look like the original, art lovers continue to share it regularly.
Altered version of a painting by Jules-Élie Delaunay.
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