Tag Archives : oil on canvas

Daniel Brici and the words of children left unspoken


Art is a powerful means of awakening people’s dormant consciences and drawing attention to important issues. Whenever we talk about serious social problems, we talk about children, the weakest ones, the most innocent ones, those whose future is stolen, and artists are always on the front lines to defend their rights. The young Romanian artist Daniel Brici is committed to…

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The fair beauty in Sergey Piskunov’s art


Since Humanism, the female gender has been the most recurring subject in art and literature. Even today, in the era of Hyperrealism, numerous painters look to women as the favorite subject of their works. Often, female beauty is a means of expressing concepts, stories, imaginations, there are several painters and women painters who use women as a vector to tell…

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The haunted fairytales in Lesley Thiel’s art


From the so called, l’Art Pompier of William A. Bouguerau, characterized by symbols of innocence and purity and of the fanciful and idyllic world, and the art of the Pre-Raphaelite Movement, with their attentive study and reproduction of nature and the symbolic stories, takes inspiration the art of the contemporary talented painter Lesley Thiel. Even if those movements were different…

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The naturalistic portraits of Michael Weiss


Giving a personality to the nature, portraying trees like people… This is what a painter can often do. In the Hyperrealism era, the German painter Michael Weiß creates outstanding tree paintings so detailed they look like true photographs. But it doesn’t end with a photographic representation. He is able to portray them so meticulously, giving each of them a uniqueness:…

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Alex Devereux & the fascination of lights


The first and the last lights of the day have always a particular fascination on everyone of us, to which we can’t ever be indifferent. And artists are par excellence the most sensible to this kind of attractions: many times a typical kind of light can totally change an object or a scene and the perception of it, like in…

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Nature and clothes textures in Amy Laskin’s worlds


Amy Laskin is a Jamaican based artist. She gives life to spectacular paintings in which she mixes landscape and still life by creating something really new and outstanding. She’s able to paint amazing and very detailed wild landscapes as the only subject, using them, sometimes, as backgrounds to wonderful compositions made with period clothed and colored flowers. She creates a surreal world in which nature and textures…

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Amazing Danish cityscapes by Daniel Goldenberg


Daniel Goldenberg is a Danish-based artist who creates amazing hyperrealistic cityscapes. In his artworks you can see the beauty of every day city life, fleeting moments crystallized and made immortal in a work of art. All the scenes painted have a close viewpoint, in this way, by observing the artwork, one have the impression to find itself inside the scenario, the…

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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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