10 Hyper Realistic Paintings To Give You Goosebumps

Hyper-realistic paintings are truly an illusion. What you see seems to be a photograph but the reality is that it is simply paint with tricky shadowing. Many artists paint from a photograph but hyper-realism focuses on uncanny depth and precision that not even the camera can pick up. From Simon Hennesy to Roberto Bernardi, the following are examples of hyper-realistic paintings that you won’t believe.

1. Twiggy Girl

One of the most noted hyper-realistic artist, Simon Hennesy, is known for his headshots that are an unbelievable resemblance of an original photograph.

2. Blonde Has More Fun

Another piece by Simon Hennesy, shows how he has added extreme depth in color. The are unbelievable, it is hard to believe it really is a painting.

3. A Sink Full

Another famous artist of hyper-realism is Roberto Bernardi. He does many paintings that are very real to everyday life, such as: the dishes. His paintings show amazing detail.

4. The Hyper-Realistic Art Of Water

Louisville Painter’s favorites is Swedish Artist Linnea Strid. Strid’s hyper-realism focuses a lot on water, and the distortion it causes.

5. Hotel Embassy On The Strip

Richard Estes is considered one of the founders of hyper-realistic art and focuses mostly on city scenes. He is excellent at capturing objects far off in the distance.

6. Refreshment

Artist Pedro Campos focuses mostly on still life with black or white background. There is also a pop culture feel to his art work.

7. Sweet Tooth

Another piece by Robert Bernardi. An oil painting of a candy machine, notice the reflection of the lights on the glass and the person taking the picture in the center.

8. Got Milk?

Artist Diego Gravinese, is known for capturing real moments and making them more colorful and exciting. His artwork also tend to be a lot of fun.

9. Train To Empire State

Another street scene by Richard Estes, featuring the Empire State Building. Notice the detailed reflections on the ceiling of the train and on the windows of the buildings.

10. Peter Pan And Batman

Doug Bloodworth does a lot of pop culture hyper-realism and some of his work tends to have an old western persuasion. Let us know what you think of hyper-realism. Also feel free to let us know if we missed any hyper-realistic artists worth mentioning.

 

Kristina Carpenter is a blogger for CertaPro Painters of Kentuckiana, Louisville Painters specializing in residential and commercial interior and exterior painting.

Recently Published

»

Docker: How To Build Better Development Security With It

The top concern among developers and DevOps teams is security within ...

»

Mobile Development: How to Reduce Costs

Modern markets have become so competitive that it has become vital ...

»

Know-How DevOps Benefits Your Business

The organizations in this current fast-paced environment need to ...

»

10 Best Prototyping Tools for UI/UX Designers

Website design for a client gets only successful if you follow their ...

»

Social Media Marketing: Strategy To Boost Ecommerce-Traffic

According to a recent study, the experts revealed that people aged ...

»

How Flutter Can Help Reduce Overall Mobile App Development Cost?

Before jumping on answering the question, let me first walk you ...

»

Which One is Better? DigitalOcean Or AWS?

Digitalocean or AWS: Picking a cloud service for your application or ...

»

Killing way to select Domain Name and Hosting

Planning to launch your online presence? We know it’s all very ...

»

7+ blogs to inspire how they made more than $200 in a day

On this page I want to go through the blogs on how they earn money ...