13 Classic Russian Paintings Reimagined With The Simpsons

A class of students at Moscow’s British Higher School of Art & Design reveal a deeper interpretation of these beloved pieces.

1. A pleasantly plumper hero for Petrov-Vodkin’s “Bathing of the Red Horse.”

Evgenia Chur/British Higher School of Art & Design

 

2. A sad, sad face for Vrubel’s “Seated Demon.”

Misha Golev/British Higher School of Art & Design

 

3. Ivan might be having second thoughts about his new bride in this interpretation of Viktor Vasnetsov’s “Ivan Tsarevich Riding the Gray Wolf”

British Higher School of Art & Design

 

4. A more limber heroine for Valentin Serov’s “Girl with Peaches”

British Higher School of Art & Design

 

5. An even more sinister interpretation of Vasily Pukirev’s “The Unequal Marriage”

Andrey Kolmakov/British Higher School of Art & Design

 

6. A slightly more manic bro picnic in Vasily Perov’s “Hunters At Rest”

British Higher School of Art & Design

 

7. A thinner dog for Vasily Perov’s “Troika”

British Higher School of Art & Design

 

8. A chilled-out version of Pavel Fedotov’s “The Major’s Courtship”

Elena Khoroshiltseva/British Higher School of Art & Design

 

9. A pervy photobomber for Pavel Fedotov’s “The Fresh Cavalier”

Alexey Golovanov/British Higher School of Art & Design

 

10. It’s a toss up of which version of Fedor Reshetnikov’s “Low Marks Again” is more depressing

Alexander R/British Higher School of Art & Design

 

11. More sand and a clownface for Alexander Ivanov’s “The Appearance of Christ before the People”

Maria Galukha/British Higher School of Art & Design

 

12. An increasingly agnostic Moses for Ivan Kramskoy’s “Prayer of Moses after the Israelites Go Through the Red Sea”

Egor Abaturov/British Higher School of Art & Design

 

13. And really pissed off horses for Viktor Vasnetsov’s “Three Bogatyrs”

Katya Kovalenko/British Higher School of Art & Design

 

h/t RBTH

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