Hyperrealism in painting. Is it really possible? Does anyone know the author?
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Answered on December 9, 2014 9:39 PM
Oh yes, this is just an amazing art form! I am a fan of hyper-realism! I even tried to create in this style myself, although it didn’t work very well). Now this trend in painting is very popular, and many artists follow it. It would seem, how can you write a picture, so similar to the picture? And why is it necessary? I will tell you - this is not just a picture and not just a photo, it’s something much more - it’s life itself, the artist’s feelings and his view of the world. I know several portrait painters whose creations lead me to unprecedented delight: Denis Peterson, Ivan Franko Fraga, Robin Eley, Patrick Kramer, Linnea Strid. Here are more artists, depicting in the most minutest detail objects, landscapes, animals: Steve Mills, Rod Chase, Jason de Graf, Susana Stoyanovich, and many, many others.Their works are kept in a separate folder on my computer, and I try to imitate them. Hopefully someday :)
Answered 25 march 2015 14:28
Hyperrealism is a term used to refer to: a) trends in contemporary art (painting, sculpture, and cinematography ) of the 1990–2000s; b) the creativity of European photorealists of the 1970s. Jacques boden Eric Christensen Pedro Campus Chuck Close Gilles Hainaut Duane Hanson - Sculptor Gottfried Helnwein - artist Latif Maulan - artist Luding Mang Bert monroy Denis Davydov - artist Ron muhek Denis Peterson Patricia Piccinini) - Sculptor Alicia St. Rose - Photographer Istvan Sandorfi Susana Stoyanovich Luciano Ventrone Gerard Bursma Tom martin artist Omar Ortiz - artist Paul Cadden - Artist German, Alexey Yuryevich (Alexey German) - film director Will Cotton Ruslan Chuguryan - artist A painting by a hyperrealist artist at first glance looks more like a high-resolution photograph.