Spectacular Dark & Brooding Hyperrealistic Paintings By Damian Loeb – Design You Trust

Spectacular Dark & Brooding Hyperrealistic Paintings By Damian Loeb

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Apparently the realism in the painting is a trend that increasingly is growing among young artists. In an era where modern art seems to be putting greater emphasis on the ‘concept’ rather than the skill in its creation, Damian Loeb is one of the few contemporary artists embracing the traditional techniques. The craft of painting with oils has been perfected and refined over the years by some of the worlds greatest painters.

h/t: sobadsogood

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