You won't believe your eyes - 10 paintings that look like photos
The world of art is magnificent. These artists create outstanding paintings that look like photos. You need to see them!
When you see these pictures for the first time you won't believe they are not photos but paintings. You need to look closer to see masterful brushwork and play of colors to finally understand that the real works of art are in front of you. These talented artists use oil and acrylic paints, pencils and pens to create their wonderful paintings. Thus they not only paint extremely realistic pictures, but also share their personal thoughts, feelings, emotions and world-views with all the viewers. But the picture is worth a thousand words. Watch and enjoy!
#1 Robin Eley
#2 Reisha Perlmutter
#3 Jose Vergara
#4 Gregory Thielker
#5 Paul Lung
#6 Jason De Graaf
#7 Adele Renault
#8 Ben Johnson
#9 Marco Grassi
#10 Ester Curini
#11 Anna Mason
#12 Néstor Canavarro
#13 Omar Ortiz
#14 Roberto Bernardi
#15 Emanuele Dascanio
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