Before the widespread of modern capture devices, painting served an important role in recording and depicting the real world for human. These painting artworks not only preserve the immediate depiction but also with good aesthetic sense. However, most of the the depictions in the painting are impossible to be reproduced in modern devices. In this extend abstract, we present a method that photolizes an input painting artwork. Our method generates an image which resembles the scene of the painting and has a photo-realistic appearance. A user provides a number of photos which are partly similar to the painting, and specifies a number of corresponding edge strokes in the painting and one of the photos indicating corresponding object edges. Our method automatically deforms these corresponding edges and composites these photos together. 2013 Copyright held by the Owner/Author.