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8 iconic photos from history, brought to life in colour

Colour makes all these amazing photos seem that little bit more real.

LET 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

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Louis Armstrong in New York, 1946

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Newspaper boy outside the White Star Line offices in London, April 16 1912

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Winston Churchill, 1941

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Jewish women and children arriving at Auschwitz, May 27 1944

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Claude Monet and two of his paintings, 1923

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Girls delivering ice during World War I, September 16 1918

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Abraham Lincoln, 1865

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