Hyperrealism

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of hyperrealism art. Explore top artists and their incredible techniques to create unbelievably realistic masterpieces that will leave you in awe.
Oil Painting By Tjalf Sparnaay Inspiration, Food Art, Tjalf Sparnaay, Food Illustrations, Food Painting, Dutch Artists, Rita, Kunst, Sanat

Since the ancient Greeks, realism has been aspired by Western art lovers, but during the late 1960s and '70s the popularity of highly-realistic drawings reached its peak. Thus, Photorealism and Hyperrealism were born. These perspective drawing genres are still popular, and some artists master their technique so successfully that it becomes hard to tell an oil painting or a pencil drawing from a photograph. Bored Panda collected some of the best examples of this cool art and made a stunning…

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Jill Dunham

Since the ancient Greeks, realism has been aspired by Western art lovers, but during the late 1960s and '70s the popularity of highly-realistic drawings reached its peak. Thus, Photorealism and Hyperrealism were born. These perspective drawing genres are still popular, and some artists master their technique so successfully that it becomes hard to tell an oil painting or a pencil drawing from a photograph. Bored Panda collected some of the best examples of this cool art and made a stunning…

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Waltraud Schmidt
India, People, Draw, Art, Instagram, Hyperrealism, Artist, Hyperrealism Paintings, Hyperrealistic Art

Elena Esina is a proud mother and artist. Her daughter, Isabella Brazhnikova, showed that she was a prodigy when she was only four years old. Elena started off teaching her daughter the basics. Her daughter showed great mastery of what she taught her, and used only basic materials. Elena wondered what Isabella could do with

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Joshua Suda does incredible work... look at the quality of light and depth of field here. Portraits, Portrait, Resim, Fotos, Fotografie, Portrait Art, Fotografia, Fine Art, Creative Portraits

Suda subtly seduces his audience with his play between ultra-photorealistic representation and haunting, or sometimes humorous, fiction. This play invites onlookers to participate in an intimate dialogue with his paintings, pushing us to question the boundaries between art and ‘real” life. Suda’s exceptional technical virtuosity blends meticulously with a shot of finely tuned imagination. In this way, his paintings seem to constantly refer to, yet firmly reject, the Renaissance ideal of…

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Linda Shawl

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