Unique examples of photorealistic paintings

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A photo or an image can speak a thousand words, which one might not be able to say in speeches. Like every other field of work, photography has also undergone several modifications in the recent days and photorealism has now become a prominent genre of painting. If you are someone, who is interested in photorealistic paintings, you need to have a clear concept about the work.

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Unique examples of photorealistic paintings

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  2. 2. 30 Unique Examples of PhotorealisticPaintingsSource: http://blog.logoswish.com/unique-examples-of-photorealistic-paintings/A photo or an image can speak a thousand words, which one might not be able tosay in speeches. Like every other field of work, photography has also undergoneseveral modifications in the recent days and photorealism has now become aprominent genre of painting. If you are someone, who is interested inphotorealistic paintings, you need to have a clear concept about the work.Photorealism refers to a particular genre of painting that is based on the use ofboth photographs and cameras for collection of information. Once the requiredinformation is collected a truly realistic painting is created by the artist. Thoughphotorealism initially referred to the movement of painting that started in the UnitedStates in the latter half of the 1960s and dragged till the early stage of 1970s, it hasnow become popular genre of art in almost all the countries in the present days.Photorealism has now become a popular genre of art still many critics consider it tobe similar as original photograph and does not give any special importance to it.Yet, there are others, who have praised the skills and techniques used by thephotorealism painters for creating the artworks.A Photorealism painter reproduces any image by applying their artistic touch. Thetechnique used by them is completely different from that of the photographers andaccording to some critics it requires more creativity as well as hard work. Painterspracticing the art of photorealism makes different touch ups and adds differentelements in a painting for creating a completely unique art piece, which reflectsdifferent impact compared to the source image. If you are in the photorealisticpaintings, you need to browse through different works for drawing inspiration.Some of the examples of magnificent photorealistic paintings have been providedbelow for helping artists working in this field.Bert Monroy’s Lunch in TiburonWayne Forest’s images of Women in different poses reflect how one can catch theexpression of a lady in a photograph.Dru Blair’s image of a rocket launcher and image of a woman is a good piece of artfor inspiring any painter.There are several other works of photorealistic paintings by renowned artists.You can browse through them to increase the depth of your knowledge.More information about Photorealism. www.logoswish.com | Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | Pinterest
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