Artist’s Produce Too Realistic Painting – There are many artists who were born in this world. However, it may still rare artists who produce artwork is amazing because the results are really like real. Such as paintings following gansis, the results of his paintings are like photos only gansis. Ane or ente may be difficult to tell which photos you hand painting. Because each painting is made as detailed as possible and take a long time to complete. Curious as to what the painting?
1. Joongwon Charles Jeong
Various paintings by Charles Jeong Joongwon filled with complexity, so many people think that the results of the painting is a photograph. He paints as well as other artists, which use the same brush. But the difference is that in such a delicate brush strokes and the detail down to the pores of the painted object.
The artist who comes from South Korea, studied Visual Communication Design at Hongik University Department of Fine Art & Design, Seoul. He also shared his knowledge with the young artists are attracted by the style and manner of painting.
2. Tjalf Sparnaay
The food looks delicious above all to be eaten, is that right? Make no mistake gansis. Food images above are paintings of Dutch artist, Tjalf Sparnaay, which creates a variety of paintings delicacies. The artist’s 61-year-old, considered one of the most influential artists in the international art movement Hyperrealisme and has worked on the series since 1987. Mega Realism price of their works ranging from € 17.500 (£ 13.200) to € 120,000 (£ 90,000) and it all depends on the size of the paintings. Some are interested in buying?
3. Gottfried Helnwein
Gottfried Helnwein is a visual artist bleed Austria – Ireland who has worked as a painter, draftsman, photographer, muralist, sculptor and installation and performance artist using a variety of techniques and media. Helnwein focus of his work related to the psychological and sociological anxiety, historical issues and political topics. -The Results of his work so it is almost always considered to contain elements of provocative and controversial. The results of the painting goes on between the lines and beauty annoying, but still provocative. The theme of his paintings usually between violence and children. The uniqueness of the others, he always wore sunglasses at the time of painting. Cool, right?
4. Roberto Bernardi
Roberto Bernardi who is 40 years old, spent about a month to complete each painting phenomenal. Artists from Todi, Italy, began to cultivate the art of painting at a very young age. His paintings first appeared in the early 80s. He focused himself to learn drawing techniques that would later have a significant influence on the formation characteristic of his art. Having produced early works about the landscape and portrait art, then Bernardi turned towards Hyper Realism. Results His work is sold at a price between $ 20,000 to $ 125,000, available through Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in New York.
5. Emanuele Dascanio
Dascanio born in Garbagnate Milanese in 1983. After graduating from art school, he worked alone for five years. Then became an assistant to the famous Italian painter Gianluca Corona. Corona teach young artists of oil painting techniques of the old masters of the Renaissance influence. Dascanio has won a number of awards from the works of painting in northern Italy, including national painting awards the prestigious Le Segrete In Bocca. And do gansis, the person who becomes the object of the painting above? None other than the father of Dascanio.
6. Robin Eley
One characteristic of the work of Robin Eley is the model with plastic wrap. Resulting in a more impressive paintings. Results of the painting was actually looks realistic is not it?
Eley spent about five weeks to produce any work of painting. She works about 90 hours a week. He tried to explore the perception of isolation in the modern world, and the plastic wrap in his paintings is a supposition.
7. Eloy Morales
Painting above looks like after an explosion accident occurred at a paint factory, but it is the stunning artwork of painter famous Spanish Hyper Realistic, Eloy Morales. He spent about one month to complete each masterpiece paintings. With details of the artist working for 8 hours every day in the studio.
The work of 40-year-old Morales, has exhibited to a number of countries around the world. Starting from their own country Spain, then Italy, France, England, Mexico, and New York City.
8. Diego Fazio
Artist Diego Fazio can do extraordinary things with pencil strokes. Results works of painting really Hyper Realistic. Often people see the paintings become confused, between paintings or photographs in black and white?
Diego is also known by the name of online DiegoKoi, born in 1989 in Lamezia, Italy. Artistic talent was obtained by self-taught. Although he started drawing in 2007, but has already won numerous awards.
9. Kyle Lambert
Painting actors on not using a brush or pencil, but using the iPad. Extraordinary. Artist Kyle Lambert says that he takes about a month to create a stunning portrait painting of actor Morgan Freeman. He uses an iPad app Procreate to produce his works fantastic. British born artist spent more than 200 hours and made more than 285,000 brushstrokes.
10. Ran Ortner
Ran Ortner creates works of paintings consistently about the oceans with the canvas medium size 8 feet high and 32 feet wide. In his paintings, he did not include the land, the sky, ships or other figures. Only the sea alone. To produce realistic paintings such as the sea, he used white lead because of its superiority as if translucent and luminous.
In October 2009, Ortner won the first award ArtPrize. The competition is now held every year, was founded by entrepreneur Rick DeVos, grandson of the founder of Amway. The competition prizes totaling half a million dollars and is the world’s largest prize to award works of art. The competition winners based on the results of voting. Ortner won a $ 250,000 prize after beating 1260 other works.
Before winning the prize, Ortner has struggled to get the prize. Sometimes he borrowed money to pay the bills.
11. Dru Blair
The picture above is not a photograph, but a painting with a model named Tica. The remarkable painting created by artist airbrush based in the US, Dru Blair and spent more than 70 hours of exhausting work using ultra-thin line of paint. He uses a mini spray to spray paint in the form of fine lines on media up to as much detail as possible to the skin pores. Resulting in paintings that truly live like a photograph.
12. Marco Grassi
Artists from Italy, Marco Grassi, painting woman so perfect. He painted object with such detail, starting from the hairline, pores up spots on the skin. So many people mistakenly think that it is a photograph.
However Grassi distinguishes itself from artists Hyper Realistic other. Ie adding ornaments on any of his work, in the form of motifs painted on one of the members of the body painting. Suppose that in the back added motif that seems hollow. He claimed to spend between two to three months to complete each work.
13. Mike Dargas
The German artist started painting happy when still a child. Then honed his artistic talent to study at an art school. Then in the 20s, he worked with became a tattoo artist. Until finally, he opened his own studio in Cologne. Inspired by artists such as Dali, Breton and HR Giger, he began experimenting with surrealism and realism.
In each work, the 31-year-old artist from Cologne that tends to depict human models in a number of emotions. Like daydreaming or internal conflicts, or simply relax and emit heavenly grace.