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Oil Painting By Tjalf Sparnaay Food Art, Inspiration, Tjalf Sparnaay, Food Illustrations, Food Painting, Dutch Artists, Rita, Kunst, Sanat

Since the ancient Greeks, realism has been aspired by Western art lovers, but during the late 1960s and '70s the popularity of highly-realistic drawings reached its peak. Thus, Photorealism and Hyperrealism were born. These perspective drawing genres are still popular, and some artists master their technique so successfully that it becomes hard to tell an oil painting or a pencil drawing from a photograph. Bored Panda collected some of the best examples of this cool art and made a stunning…

Jill Dunham
Contemporary Art, Photography, Art Institute Of Chicago, Art Museum, A Level Art, Artist, Portland Museum Of Art, Urban Landscape, Built Environment

An art dealer first used the term Hyperréalisme (meaning Photorealism) back in the early 1970's to describe a genre of painting and sculpture that mimicked the exactness of high resolution photography. Photorealism depicted images frozen in time and grew out of American Pop Art in the late sixties and gained momentum throughout the seventies.

Yasmin Fairall

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