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Hyperreal Paintings (55 pics)

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  • 10 Mar, 2010  |
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I would never guess that these pictures are actually paintings.
But they are.
Unbelievable.


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№1 Author: MathIsHard (10 Mar 2010 02:43) Total user comments: 1404


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some of them are so perfect you can tell they're not real... 21 04
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№2 Author: hijm (10 Mar 2010 04:12) Total user comments: 0


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dang she's better then leonardo da vinci and michaelangelo combined
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№3 Author: gerachev (10 Mar 2010 04:21) Total user comments: 1600


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№4 Author: delorarose (10 Mar 2010 04:36) Total user comments: 322


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№5 Author: Louie (10 Mar 2010 05:56) Total user comments: 8189


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wooah
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№6 Author: Real Deaf (10 Mar 2010 06:39) Total user comments: 1371


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№7 Author: alukard (10 Mar 2010 07:21) Total user comments: 120


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i cant believe yet
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№8 Author: Sped17 (10 Mar 2010 07:49) Total user comments: 51


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@ hijm......she?? These are paintings by a number of different artists including Robert Bechtle, Charles Bell, and Richard Estes just to name a couple off the top of my head that I recognized right away.
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№9 Author: salsapopo (10 Mar 2010 10:18) Total user comments: 12723


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nice
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№10 Author: Tanvir (10 Mar 2010 10:41) Total user comments: 0


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Who says those r paintings!! 17
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№11 Author: Jinxaruny (10 Mar 2010 12:54) Total user comments: 10324


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№12 Author: khannibal (10 Mar 2010 13:29) Total user comments: 4711


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№13 Author: 2fuzzy (10 Mar 2010 13:53) Total user comments: 10400


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Nice work.
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№14 Author: EarlpitsII (10 Mar 2010 15:01) Total user comments: 131


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wow. Such skill.
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№15 Author: pimphomie (10 Mar 2010 16:07) Total user comments: 635


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Amazing 04
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№16 Author: Patty (10 Mar 2010 16:40) Total user comments: 1766


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Wow...amazing! 65
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№17 Author: hey (10 Mar 2010 17:06) Total user comments: 0


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these are not real paintings. there photos that some one painted over.
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№18 Author: snake eyes (10 Mar 2010 17:46) Total user comments: 64


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amazing..these are paintings 09 ???

The word Photorealism was coined by Louis K. Meisel in 1968 and appeared in print for the first time in 1970 in a Whitney Museum catalogue for the show "Twenty-two Realists."[17] It is also sometimes labeled as Super-Realism, New Realism, Sharp Focus Realism, or Hyper-Realism.[18]

Louis K. Meisel, two years later, developed a five-point definition at the request of Stuart M. Speiser, who had commissioned a large collection of works by the Photorealists, which later developed into a traveling show known as "Photo-Realism 1973: The Stuart M. Speiser Collection," which was donated to the Smithsonian in 1978 and is shown in several of its museums as well as traveling under the auspices of SITE.[17] The definition was as follows:

1. The Photo-Realist uses the camera and photograph to gather information.
2. The Photo-Realist uses a mechanical or semimechanical means to transfer the information to the canvas.
3. The Photo-Realist must have the technical ability to make the finished work appear photographic.
4. The artist must have exhibited work as a Photo-Realist by 1972 to be considered one of the central Photo-Realists.
5. The artist must have devoted at least five years to the development and exhibition of Photo-Realist work
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№19 Author: Tomeecheck (10 Mar 2010 21:16) Total user comments: 7


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who are the artists?
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№20 Author: picklini (10 Mar 2010 23:45) Total user comments: 352


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oh, i thought they were all by one person. thanks for the heads up
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№21 Author: Ty Webb (11 Mar 2010 18:52) Total user comments: 6156


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snake

Without your input I would never believe these were paintings. Thank you for the detailed information. I mean that I am not being sarcastic. I am curious though about what exactly ''mechanical or semi - mechanical means of transferring the information to canvas is all about.
Can you expand your answer?

Yes I know I always say I never come back to a post... and I never do but I will make an exception this time as I am really interested in how this is done. More importantly the degree and way in which mechanical devises are used to create the image.

oh and I KNOW I AM A HORRIBLE SPELLUR(wink wink) . No I mean it i am bad because I am too lazy to use spell check. I was told being a good or bad speller was no sign of the degree of intelligence one possesses. ex; Albert Einstein was an incredibly poor speller too.
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№22 Author: aks3167 (11 Mar 2010 20:11) Total user comments: 1674


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awesome...............cooooooo
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№23 Author: fairmania (12 Mar 2010 01:57) Total user comments: 1436


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Breathtaking, all of them. And I echo Freds thanks to snake for the info. Skills beyond mere mortals.
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№24 Author: Shay (12 Mar 2010 12:25) Total user comments: 1265


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Very nice
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