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Behind the hyperrealism of Jacques Bodin


Jacques Bodin is a French based painter who realizes truly exceptional hyperrealistic paintings. His superior technique allows him to excel in every subject he decides to represent, passing from portrait to still life and natural scenes with great mastery. So, he creates some different series, but one of the most recognizable and interesting is “De Dos”, where he depicts mainly…

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The PseudoRealism of Paul Corfield


Paul Corfield is a UK based artist. His artistic career is really uncommon: he started with traditional photorealistic artworks, then he develops his own style in a very original idea called “Pseudorealism“. Corfield’s paintings are the result of an ongoing experiment in computational design, he creates complex subjects with geometric shapes inspired to the modern conceptual architectural design and modern…

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Pastel drawings by Dagmar Colen


Dagmar Colen is a Dutch artist, who creates realistic pastel drawings representing both people and animals. Her own work includes portraits that speak about her personality, with a studied mix of composition and colors and a balance between light and shadow. In her works, everyone could see a constant research for subjects that inspires her the most and a strong and…

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Free nature of Christophe Drochon


Christophe Drochon is a French-based artist, and he’s one of the most skilled painters in the hyperrealistic animal painting. He realizes incredibly detailed animal portraits, but, as he told us in the interview for the first issue of Hyperrealism Magazine, in his paintings, the animal and the scenery are often used as symbols to express his ideas and to illustrate…

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Mysterious atmospheres of Johan Abeling


Johan Abeling is a Dutch artist who creates suggestive landscapes characterized by the total desolation of the shown places and by the fog, a recurring leitmotif in his artworks.  He uses the Sfumato technique to increase the mysterious atmosphere in his paintings, this technique first applied by Leonardo Da Vinci, requires several layers of trasparent paint and softening tones. “This…

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