Many photographers will probably tell you that they are influenced by the works of great painters. I am one of them. The old masters of the 18th and 19th century. Bill Gekas is one of those photographers who has translated that influence into a very nice series. Using different models, including his five-year-old daughter, he created scenes as if they were painted by Vermeer or Rembrandt. Not only the light he used is spot on, also the complete feel of the 19th century is. By using the style of clothing of that age. Very nicely done. Vermeer and Rembrandt never really painted children in such a way. Perhaps to paint a child is even harder than to get them to sit still for a photograph.