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Home Is Where the 'Art' Is

Home Is Where the 'Art' Is

Frustrated after 15 years of mundane projects as an interior decorator, UK painter Robert Burns has turned the inside of his modest home into a lavish re-creation of Rome's Sistine Chapel. The project has taken over 8 years and seen Burns transform every room in the house with Renaissance-inspired artwork painted directly onto the walls, ceilings, and stairwells. More on the story, including a number of images of Burns' housebound artwork, at The Daily Mail.

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