See The Similarity Between These Historically Famous Individuals And Their Offspring

Drew Gardner is a world-famous award-winning photographer. He started his career in a local less famous newspaper when he was so young. He got his first front page when was 15. Latterly, he got busier and busier because people were totally impressed with his work.

He went on to work as a journalist and has traveled more than 50 countries to fulfill the tasks related to journalism and photography. He has photographed a wide range of news events and personalities for world-famous magazines and newspapers. Not only that but also he has witnessed global events such as the wars that occurred in Bosnia and Kosovo and the release of Nelson Mandela.

Gardner’s work is influenced by his life experiences and his affinity towards history. His fine award-winning artwork has exhibited worldwide with high-class shows in London, Europe, the USA, and China.

Since he is truly passionate about history, the photographer Drew Gardner has created a set of portraits of some historically famous individuals and their direct descendants. As you can see in those portraits below, it’s one hundred percent clear that Gardner has done a lot of work and has dedicated a lot of time on this project to make it successful.

#1 Thomas Jefferson (Left), 1800 And Shannon Lanier (Right) Sixth Great-Grandson Of Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson
Image Source- Drew Gardner

#2 Charles Dickens (Left), 1858 And Gerald Charles Dickens (Right) Dickens’s, Great-Great-Grandson

Charles Dickens
Image Source: Drew Gardner

#3 Emeline Pankhurst (Left) And Helen Pankhurst (Right) The Great-Granddaughter Of Emeline Pankhurst

Emeline Pankhurst
Image Source: Drew Gardner

#4 Napoleon (Left), 1812 And Hugo De Salis (Right) The Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandson Of Napoleon

Napoleon
Image Source: Drew Gardner

#5 Oliver Cromwell (Left), 1653-1654 And Charles Bush (Right) The Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandson Of Oliver Cromwell

Oliver Cromwell
Image Source: Drew Gardner

#6 Frederick Douglass (Left), 1863 And Reuben L. Andrews (Right)

Frederick Douglass
Image Source: Drew Gardner

#7 The Mona Lisa (Left) And Irina Guicciardini Strozzi (Right) The 15 Times Great-Granddaughter Of Mona Lisa 

Mona Lisa
Image Source: Drew Gardner

#8 Charles II (Left), 1653 And Lord Charles Fitzroy (Right) The 9 Times Great-Grandson Of Charles II

Charles II
Image Source: Drew Gardner

#9 Arthur Wellesley, The 1st Duke Of Wellington (Left), 1824 And Jeremy Clyde (Right) The Great-Great-Great-Grandson Of The 1st Duke Of Wellington

Arthur Wellesley
Image Source: Drew Gardner

#10 Berthe Morisot (Left), 1872 And Lucie Rouart (Right) The Great-Granddaughter Of Berthe Morisot

Berthe Morisot
Image Source: Drew Gardner

#11 Elizabeth Cady Stanton (Left), 1850 And Elizabeth Jenkins-Sahlin (Right)

Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Image Source: Drew Gardner

#12 William Wordsworth (Left), 1798 Andtom Wontner (Right) Wordsworth’s Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandson

William Wordsworth
Image Source: Drew Gardner

#13 Horatio Nelson (Left), 1800 And William John Raglan Horatio Tribe (Right) Nelson’s Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandson

Horatio Nelson
Image Source: Drew Gardner

#14 Isambard Kingdom Brunel, 1857 (Left) And Isambard Thomas (Right), Brunel’s Great-Great-Great-Grandson

Isambard Kingdom Brunel
Image Source: Drew Gardner

#15 Clive Of India, Robert Clive, 1773 (Left) And Robert Holden (Right) The Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandson Of Clive Of India

Clive Of India, Robert Clive
Image Source: Drew Gardner

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