Artists who have never heard of the camera.
It would seem, first-class shots, and really - hyper-realistic paintings, which with amazing clarity embodied reality.
the artist's work is not in place and they are constantly improving the quality of the performance of their work. In pursuit of technique and detail, they have reached an unprecedented similarity. However, considerable tenacity and talent of the authors make these portraits of something more than just a copy of a photograph. In their life, the vision of the artist, the emotions and the illusion of the world in which we live.
Linnea Strid was born in 1983 in a small Swedish village. At 16 years old her family moved to Spain, and in 2004 again returned to Sweden, where she studied for 4 years at art school. Currently, the artist works in the genre of hyperrealism and participates in exhibitions around the world.
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Galina Sevostyanova - self-taught artist from the Russian city of Kemerovo. Seriously taken a great interest in painting since 2010 and since then has achieved tremendous success in the art and the art of hyper-realism.
Juan Carlos Manyares
Juan Carlos Manyaares was born in 1970 in Guadalajara, Mexico. Being a self-taught artist, he presented his first exhibition at the age of 24 years in the gallery "La Escalera". Some time later, his name and beautiful paintings became well-known in the US and abroad.
German artist Kalli Haun worldwide best known as the author of the controversial and challenging works. Having started his career with the design of signage, Callie turned into one of the most respected artists giperrealista.
Patrick Kramer was born in Keysvill, Utah, USA. The artist is not limited to a single topic and draws everything from classical still lifes and portraits to scenic landscapes and urban scenes.
Canadian artist William Lazos many years working to create hyper-realistic paintings. The main feature of his work - a terrific game of light and shadow.
Some critics blamed picture giperrealista for lack of originality, but the works of the artist Damien Loeb are exceptions to some rules. With many details, he emphasizes the natural beauty of the female body, with all its flaws and perfection.
Harriet White was born in the town of Taunton, United Kingdom. She graduated from the local art college, where hyperrealism perfecting skills. Today, her work has been exhibited mainly in commercial galleries.
By the famous Australian artist Vincent Fatauzzo exhibited around the world. His painting Heath won the Audience Award at the prestigious painters Archibald Prize 2008. Portrait of Heath Ledger was written a few weeks before the actor's death.
Self-taught artist Philippe Myunoz lives in Bristol, UK. author's paintings focus on glamor and its impact on modern society. As recognized by Philip himself, the purpose of his work - to reflect the turbulent city life, so the portraits you'll find most party-goers and other entertainment lovers.
Most paintings depict mysterious Natalie Vodzhel women who bewitch the audience with the beauty and tragedy. The ability to finely recognize human body language is the hallmark of all her work.
Robin Eley was born in Britain and raised in Australia, educated in America. Each of his paintings - about 5 weeks of work at 90 hours per week. As the main topics are the people, wrapped in cellophane.
John Franco Fraga
The Spanish artist Ivan Franco Fraga received his artistic education in the town of Vigo University, Spain. His work has been exhibited in many galleries in Spain and took part in various competitions.
Kang Kang Hoon
Korean artist Kang Kang Hoon uses in his paintings a variety of subjects, mixing them with stunning portraits of people.
Denis Peterson is considered one of the founders of hyperrealism in the United States. His work first appeared at the Brooklyn Museum, the Tate Modern and other famous places. The artist prefers to paint in gouache and acrylics.
Canadian artist Cheryl Lyuksenburg now 35 years engineering excellence in their work. As the base material, it uses a mixture of acrylic and watercolors by which achieves the effect of "graininess". In her works she strives to display fine details of the human face and body.
Park Jin Heng
Korean artist Hyung Jin Park graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Seoul, after which exhibited some of their works in galleries in Beijing. He currently lives in New York.
British artist Ruth Tyson like many of her colleagues, has no artistic education, but has a good style of execution of the works. She paints watercolors and graphite pencils, but sometimes it is taken and paint.
On the 22-year-old Polish artist Katharine Zimnichke almost nothing is known, but the reality of her work is amazing.
The Serbian artist Suzana Stojanovic is one of the most accomplished masters of hyperrealism. Started painting with 4 years, with time it became a famous artist, whose work is not restricted to any one technique and material. Susana is a party to many international exhibitions, where her work is highly appreciated art historians and experts.
The American artist Lesley Harrison for more than 30 years of professional experience creates outstanding lifelike portraits of animals.
Rod Chase is one of the best-known and giperrealista artists. Real fan of his work, he has been praised by many "colleagues in the shop". At each of his paintings from spending hundreds of hours and enormous effort. On his canvases depicted the United States and the United Kingdom known attractions.
The American artist Rod Penner lives in Texas and loves to depict the small towns of the state. In his paintings he tries to capture the leisurely life and the prevailing calm the American heartland.
Madrid artist Pedro Campos paints on canvas with oil paints. He began his career, while still a boy, in creative workshops, engaged in registration of nightclubs. Having reached the age of 30, Pedro seriously thinking about the profession of an independent artist. And today, in his 44 years old, he was already a recognized master whose works are exhibited in the famous London art gallery Plus One.
The American artist Cheryl Kelley draws only old cars. Kelly for her love of cars - is primarily a deep instinctual drive to their form, and not addicted to the roar of the motor. The artist herself describes her passion: "The first thing that captivates me, that's the beauty. I can literally get lost in the reflections of beautiful cars when they stopped at a traffic light. "
Jason de Graaf
Canadian artist giperrealist Jason de Graaf was born in 1971 in Montreal. Author stunning still lifes speaks of his work as follows: "My main desire - to create the illusion of depth and presence, which is very difficult to get a photo."
giperrealist artist Steve Mills originally from Boston. His first job he has sold in 11 years. According to Mills, he always considered fascinating closely examine and study those things that in real life people do not pay attention. To this he makes the main focus of their work, forcing the viewer to pay attention to the texture and play of light in a glass jar.
The appearance of each new painting by Diego Facio on the web accompanied by a wave of comments in the spirit of "I do not believe that this figure", "lame" and all in the same spirit. I had 22-year-old master of pencil drawings to share the secrets of creation. Giperrealist-taught Diego Fazio began with sketches for tattoos. Inspired by the work of Japanese artists of the Edo period, the great Hokusai in particular, Diego began to hone their skills, developing their own drawing technique. It works as an ink jet printer, starting from the edge of the sheet draw. It uses pencils and charcoal. To create a portrait of the artist out of 200 hours of work.
Yigal Ozeri - a modern artist from New York. Yigal incredibly accurately conveys the play of light and shadows, glare and the sun's glare, and thus skillfully creates the illusion of photography. The process of creating these amazing hyper-realistic paintings consists of several stages. First, the artist takes pictures of models in natural environment. Further, in his creative workshop, it processes and prints photos, and only then paints. Many pictures Yigal creates a whole series, which further misleads people about the authenticity of the work, which, in general, is clear - a rare master is able to so accurately create the illusion of the real world.
Gottfried Helnwein - Austrian and Irish artist. In his works he uses primarily watercolors. Helnwein - a conceptual artist. He worked as a painter, draftsman, photographer, sculptor and artist, using all aspects of his talent.
Mexican giperrealist Kamalky Laureano specializes in portraiture. Like all works giperrealista, paintings Kamalki look photographically natural and naturally. Kamalki painting technique uses acrylic paints on canvas. For him, the work is not just an imitation of the photos, and the imitation of the life he embodies the canvas.
Mattew Dust artist was born in 1984 in Santa Monica, California (USA). Despite his young age he has already known. Exhibitions of his realistic paintings are all over the world and is decorated with many famous galleries.
Artist Ricardo Garduno uses to put their pans watercolor and pastel. This process is quite time consuming, but the result is really impressive.
The world-famous artist Ruben Belloso draws people as they are, with all their flaws and virtues, not missing a single stroke, painting a thoroughly every wrinkle, every fold, every point on the face and every hair on his head. Portraits as though alive. They are able to communicate with the audience and watch your every look and chance to pay a closer look at your feelings.
British artist Simon Hennessey paints portraits in the style of hyper-realism, creating a pattern indistinguishable from photographs. He mainly works with acrylic paints. His works are often exhibited in various galleries. "My paintings are perceived as a reflection of reality, but in fact they are not, they are outside the scope of art in its own, an abstract reality. Using the camera as a source of the real picture, I can create false illusions, which are regarded as our own reality ", - says the artist about his work.
Famous Turkish artist, painting in the style of hyperrealism and specialized in still images. For his work he uses mostly acrylic.
Another Turkish artist who plays with an accuracy of people's faces in the portraits. Currently he teaches at the Faculty of Graphic Design based illustration.
"Do you still believe that the best portrait photo? You are greatly mistaken! "- wrote on his page author portraits of Olga Larionov. Being an interior designer and an architect, Olga all his life loved to draw. Several years ago, she was fascinated by hyperrealism - detailed transmission depicted object, from which the figures are just like the picture.
The well-known British artist Andrew Talbot is engaged in a pattern of 15 years, and since 2002, earns his living with his works. Stunning realism and vivid colors make it a style of one of the most recognizable, which puts it among the best in the business.
Only a simple pencil of average hardness and paper - more than anything that the author used to work. And no rastushovok, except that the small "painting" with your finger and slate crumb to create textures, giving the paintings volume and portraits - realism. Of course, most of the time is spent on vyrisovyvanie details and little things, because without them, the picture will be just left unfinished, and the image - unfinished.
Talented German artist Dirk Dzimirsky uses in his works charcoal, pencil and pastel. Like most geniuses in art, the work of this author deserve the highest praise.
It is hard to believe, but the Scottish artist Paul Cadden prefers to work by Vera Mukhina. Moreover, the influence of the brilliant Soviet sculptor begins to be felt, if you look at his paintings are very abstract. Nothing obscure they do not: color main and only theme exactly the same: gray and dark gray. There is nothing to be surprised - the only tool of the author - slate pencil. It is enough to convey the effect of water droplets which have stood in the face for a moment exactly. Doubt the genius of the author do not have these products in the near future will be in demand in the Museum of Modern Art.
American artist Bryan Drury graduated in 2007, the New York Academy of Art, and has since worked in the genre of realism. Medalist sets US and European prestigious awards.
Eloy Morales Romiro - Spanish artist who has a unique talent detailed display photos on canvas. The author says about his work: "I am interested to work with reality and reflect it in my paintings, I try to stick to the line where reality coexists in the natural shape of my inner world. For me it is important to pass through the picture is my vision of things. I believe in the immense power of imagination and its infinite possibilities. "
Impressed kinds of Umbrian countryside, Raphaella Spence turned to the creation of urban landscapes. In 2000 she had her first solo exhibition in Italy, received the recognition of the art and recognized by many critics of artistic media. The artist's paintings are in many private, public and corporate collections in the United States, Canada, England, Russia, Italy, Austria and Germany.
29-year-old lawyer from Portugal Samuel Silva managed to shock and amuse the countless Internet users around the world, create and upload to the Web with stunning picture of a red-haired girl, which many took photo.
Self-taught artist explains that while working on his drawings, he uses only eight colors. "I have eight colored ballpoint pens, for this drawing I used six of them, plus black. These are ordinary pens. " At the same time, according to Silva, he never mixes colors: it just touches impose multiple layers of ink, thus creating the illusion of blending and the illusion of using colors, which he really does not.
Carl Brenders - the world-famous Belgian artist and naturalist. Pre Karl draws sketches in pencil. Then, based on these sketches, it creates a picture. It runs with mixed techniques using gouache and watercolors. This technique is an artist with great diligence and zeal for creativity honed for twenty-five years!