Photographs or Paintings? 20 Artworks that look Hyper Realistic
Technical skills at the highest level. You will see no difference to a high-resolution photo, but these are actually hand drawn paintings. Start doubting your eyes!
This amazing art was created by Diego Fazio. His hyperrealistic portraits are often mistaken for black and white photographs.
Pedro Campos is an incredible Photo realistic painter from Madrid, Spain.
Tjalf Sparnaay is a self-taught master of the hyper-realistic art.
South Korean hyper realist artist JW-Jeong. His art has been featured at numerous solo and group art exhibitions.
The highest level of expression – that`s what these paintings are all about.
The precision and extreme attention to detail make his paintings incredibly realistic.
Eley works and resides in Los Angeles, California. His works of art are outstanding.
Fabiano Millani is an Award winning Artist from São Paulo, Brasil.
Kyle Lambert is a US-based visual artist, who is known for his striking digital illustration work.
Ortner’s work has appeared in a multiplicity of platforms from solo exhibitions to group exhibitions, competitions, and civic world events.
Painting of model Karen created during a portrait workshop.
His site contains paintings, drawings, and photographs. It also contains a page that demonstrates the process by which the paintings are made.
© Don Eddy
Take a look at Juan’s unique aesthetic which looks to the female nude as its main subject.
Hubert De Lartigue is a French artist who produces photorealistic portraitures.
Sharon Moody`s series of photorealistic paintings are awesome. I love her Comic books in oil on panel.
Ralph Goings is a realist painter who has exhibited in USA, Europe, and Japan and is represented in museums and private collections.
Raphaella Beatrice Spence is a photorealist painter based in Todi.
Chris Lenkinson lives and works in Perth, Scotland. This Oil on Board Firetruck is gorgeous.
Charles is painting mostly from his travel photographs. Many of his pieces are examples of “classical realism”.
Richard Heisler’s site featuring the 100 Views of Tokyo series of paintings.