8 iconic photos from history brought to life in colour

first_imgLET US TAKE you back in time.Artist Dana Keller painstakingly adds colour to striking black and white images from the past – the photograph of Monet, for example, took five hours to complete.The result is a whole new layer of detail to the photographs, and the fascinating feeling of seeing things exactly as they were seen so long ago.Audrey Hepburn, 1954 Source: Facebook/HistoryInColor(Original photo)Louis Armstrong in New York, 1946 Source: Facebook/HistoryInColor(Original photo)Newspaper boy outside the White Star Line offices in London, April 16 1912 Source: Facebook/HistoryInColor(Original photo)Winston Churchill, 1941 Source: Facebook/HistoryInColor(Original photo)Jewish women and children arriving at Auschwitz, May 27 1944 Source: Facebook/HistoryInColor(Original photo)Claude Monet and two of his paintings, 1923 Source: Facebook/HistoryInColour(Original photo)Girls delivering ice during World War I, September 16 1918 Source: Facebook/HistoryInColour(Original photo)Abraham Lincoln, 1865 Source: Facebook/HistoryInColor(Original photo)8 of Dublin’s coolest office spaces>The Queen didn’t sit on the Iron Throne and disappointed the entire internet>last_img read more