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See These Famous Masterpieces Get a 21st Century Photoshop Makeover

As we all know, the vast majority of today's media images of women are heavily airbrushed to conform to a standard of beauty that's not just unrealistic, but simply unrealTakePart, an activism-oriented news organization, decided to show how crazy today's representations of women have become by giving some of history's most famous classical paintings a 21st century Photoshop makeover. See the results below, and head over to TakePart to see more. 

See These Famous Masterpieces Get a 21st Century Photoshop Makeover

Edgar Degas, La Toilette, 1884–86

See These Famous Masterpieces Get a 21st Century Photoshop Makeover

"Danaë With Eros," painted by Titian in 1544

See These Famous Masterpieces Get a 21st Century Photoshop Makeover

"Grande Odalisque," painted by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres in 1814.

See These Famous Masterpieces Get a 21st Century Photoshop Makeover

Sandro Botticelli, Birth of Venus, 1486

[h/t Cosmo]

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