The practice of posing like a painting is called tableau. Or, more sophisticatedly, a tableau vivant. A tableau vivant of The Scream would seem simple, but for those colors.
I found links to what appeared to be two such depictions, only to find that each link led me to the same article about a bride freaking out about her wedding and apparently tableau vivanting the painting, which just irritated me because I don't get why people freak out about their weddings. To me, there is an inverse relationship between the amount of stress one feels about how perfect a wedding is and how valuable that person is to society, and topping off generic ruminations about wedding anxiety with a generic recreation of The Scream just makes me remember my Rachel-in-the-OC rage.
I did find this, though:
That's Andy Warhol's version of The Scream, and it sold for 300,000 pounds at Sotheby's not long before The Scream sold to a sucker for $119,900,0900.
That's $191,367 in real money.
Question: How much do you think a recreation of Andy Warhol's reinterpretation of The Scream would sell for?
Extra Credit: What, exactly, was Andy Warhol's contribution to the art world, as opposed to the world of commerce?
But at least I've never
been on a cereal box!
Yet, Mr The Scream. You mean yet.