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James Neil Hollingsworth        It’s been said that most people will have three major careers in their life. I’m now into my fourth. Follow...

original pinner says "This is amazing.maybe one day I can accomplish painting something so realistic.Oil on canvas (yes, it is a painting), by the amazing James Hollingsworth"

New Hyper-Realistic Paintings by Hubert De Lartigue

New Hyper-Realistic Paintings by Hubert De Lartigue

Hubert De Lartigue (previously) is a French artist that creates incredibly photorealistic paintings focused on the female body. via Cool Material Hubert De Lartigue

Artist : Gottfried Helnwein – Street art

Artist : Gottfried Helnwein – Street art

It is the function of the artist to evoke the experience of surprise. The Last Child by Gottfried Helnwein digital print installation.

Read to learn how Gustavo Silva Nuñez paints hyperrealistic paintings and interacts with them.

I Thought These People Were Just Swimming, But Then I Zoomed Out. What The?!?!

Realist paintings from a series by American artist James Hollingsworth called 6×6

Realist paintings from a series by American artist James Hollingsworth called (Hard to believe these are paintings! I would call these hyper-realistic.

Colorful hyperrealistic paintings by Tjalf Sparnaay - ego-alterego.com

ART: Hyperrealistic Paintings by Tjalf Sparnaay London-based artist Tjalf Sparnaay is known for his near perfect oil paintings of everything from sandwiches and Coke cans to fries and desserts.

Citrus Series by Dennis Wotjkiewicz. Making transparent what really isn't! Photorealistic fruit paintings Dennis Wojtkiewicz took his still-life paintings to another level when he decided to work with fruit. Attracted to the inside of pieces of everyday fruit—the seeds, veins, and the translucent flesh and color changes—Dennis renders them in large-scale using oil on canvas.

Dennis Wojtkiewicz’s Fruit Paintings

Citrus Series by Dennis Wotjkiewicz. Photorealistic fruit paintings Dennis Wojtkiewicz took his still-life paintings to another level when he decided to work with fruit. Attracted to the inside of pieces of everyday fruit—the seeds, veins, and the transl