Category Archives: Classic Paintings

Mona Lisa

Paul’s typed rendition of The Mona Lisa.
Detail showing keystrokes and smudging used by Paul to depict the eyes.
Magnified view of Paul’s depiction of The Mona Lisa’s hands.
The tan color of the background is from aging of the paper. Paul pressed directly on the typewriter ribbon to create shading effects.

Traditional Images of Christ

The whereabouts of the original of this incredible reproduction by Paul of Leonardo Da Vinci’s The Last Supper are unknown.

Paul beautifully incorporated the use of colored typewriter ribbons in his reproduction of Christ in Gethsemane, originally painted by Heinrich Hoffman in 1886.

Paul based his portrait of Christ below on the Head of Christ painting by Warner Sallman in 1940.

Washington Crossing The Delaware

Paul typed an impressive reproduction of the 1851 painting by Emanuel Leutze’s depicting George Washington’s surprise attack on the Hessians at Trenton on December 25, 1776.

Below is the original painting by Emanuel Leutze. Paul somehow captured the intense. focused, resolute energy of the picture.