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Artist Creates Surrealistic Paintings Of Hidden Portals

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Scottish artist Andrew McIntosh creates surrealistic paintings of hidden portals. Andrew is a self-taught artist and a landscape painter for 8 years before shifting direction to more surreal work. Andrew won the National Open Art Competition in 2014 and was nominated for the John Moores Prize the same year. Continue reading »

Ukrainian Artist Paints Old Plates With Realistic 3D Food

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A Ukrainian artist named Christina Kunanets has an original approach when it comes to her artwork: she paints realistic 3D food onto vintage plates. She starts out by painting a vintage plate onto a canvas and then uses oil paints to create her food art. Continue reading »

German Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic Oil on Canvas Paintings Depicting Fogged Window Panes

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Jochen Mühlenbrink lives and works in Germany and the Netherlands. He studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf from 2001 to 2007 and graduated as a master student of Markus Lüpertz. Continue reading »

Created from Light: Stunning Paintings by Zarina Situmorang

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Self-taught artist Zarina Situmorang creates beautifully poetic oil on canvas paintings inspired by classic literature, psychology and light. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Figurative Paintings With Peeling And Cracking Effects

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Artist James Bullough creates figurative paintings with peeling and cracking effects. James Bullough is an American born artist living and working in Berlin, Germany. Continue reading »

The DALL-E 2 Neural Network Has “Redrawn” Classic Paintings by Famous Artists While Preserving Their Style

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The algorithms captured “Morning in a Pine Forest” from a wide angle, added Monet Lisa’s legs, and “built” an entire room for “The Girl with the Pearl Earring.” Continue reading »

Artist Creates Paintings That Are So Realistic You May Want to Look Twice

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Philipp Weber is a German hyper-realism artist that tells the stories not behind but beyond faces, fascinating us with the beauty of his models as he directs our focus toward the real meaning of being human. Continue reading »

The Space Between: Stunning Acrylic Paintings of Micah Ofstedahl

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As with so many of us, еhe American artis Micah Ofstedahl’s early recollection of how art fit into his life began with a strong gravitational pull and natural enthusiasm for the creative process. Continue reading »

Gentle Paintings of Girls by Huaishen J

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We know nothing about Huaishen J’s gender or any other orientation. All we know is that Huaishen J lives in the United States and paints fantastically gentle and charming young ladies. And that’s all we need. Continue reading »

Soft and Steel: The Heroic and Fantasy Paintings of Julie Bell

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Julie Bell is an American fine artist, illustrator, photographer and bodybuilder. Bell is a fantasy artist and a wildlife painter. Continue reading »

Allegory of Desire from the Fourth Freedom: Superb Paintings of Marc Dennis

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Marc Dennis is an American artist known for his hyper-realistic paintings that celebrate the subversive potential of art history, beauty and humor. Continue reading »

Artist Started Recreating Famous Paintings Together With Her Dog During Quarantine, And They’re Still Going Strong Two Years Later

Whistler’s Mother, 1871 By James Mcneill Whistler vs. Whistler’s Mother, 2022
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Many of the greatest art pieces in the history of art were in some form influenced by another great art piece, while that other art piece was influenced by yet another. You get the point: art influences art, art creates more art. If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, consider these famous paintings very flattered, for even to this day, they keep having an influence over new artists. Continue reading »

Art Nouveau Iconostasis: Paintings by Mitch Griffiths

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Mitch Griffiths is a British artist who paints hyper-realistic paintings. His work impresses not only with fantastic detail, but also with its resemblance to the masterpieces of Caravaggio and Titian: Griffiths’ paintings are as epic and powerful in their mythological spirit as the works of the masters of the past, although they tell a slightly different story. Continue reading »

The Brutal Bad-Trips in Psychedelic Paintings of Jared Africa

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Jared Africa is a Las Vegas based artist who draws fierce acidic game. We don’t know much else about him, and that’s probably for the best. Continue reading »

Psychedelic and Horror in Oil Paintings by Limp Bizkit Guitarist Wes Borland

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No one questions the significance of Limp Bizkit at least for the genre. But it’s a crime not to say much about the talented guitarist Wes Borland. You probably remember him for his crazy makeup and flashy costumes – he stands out among the other members of Limp Bizkit. But Wes Borland is not only a guitarist, he’s also an excellent artist. Borland has been painting psychedelic, creepy oil paintings for years, which is what we’re going to look at today. Continue reading »

The Dark Surrealism of Arturo Rivera

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Arturo Rivera was born in Mexico City in 1945. He studied painting at Academia de San Carlos in Mexico City (1963-68); and silk-screen process and photo-silk screen process at The City Lit Art School of London (1973-74). Continue reading »

The Absurd West, the Strange East: The Grotesque Paintings of Lui Liu

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Lui Liu was born in March 1957 in North China and came to Canada in 1991. Speaking both Chinese and English fluently, Lui Liu possesses superb painterly techniques, his unique language that finds a wide range of audience around the world. His acquisition of techniques started during China’s Cultural Revolution when he was a young boy painting posters on the streets and continued in the most prestigious Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. Continue reading »

The Amusing Melancholy of Crooked Faces: Paintings by Jeffrey Chong Wang

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I’m sure you have photos that show you as if you were in the middle of something, like you were talking or doing something, and then you were suddenly filmed. As a result, the face in the photo freezes halfway through, turning into the funny grimace of a hung-over degenerate. Continue reading »

Master of His Magical Universe: Surreal Paintings of Chris Berens

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Chris Berens is a Dutch painter. While he takes inspiration from the quality of light in the paintings of Vermeer and Rembrandt, his themes lie more within the realms of surrealism and visionary art than traditional painting. Although his work is completely hand-painted, his paintings are often assumed to be digital photographic manipulation. He lives in Amsterdam with his wife Esther and their daughters Emma & Juno Leeuwenhart. Continue reading »

Transmigration of The Soul: Surreal Paintings by The Welder Wings

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Francisco Abril and Nuria Velasco, also known as Welder Wings, asountds the art world with gothic surrealism. Continue reading »

From Depression To Dream Life: Paintings That Convey The True State Of Soul

According to Polina Kyprianova: “After graduating from the University, I could not find a job for a long time, and this led to depression. Continue reading »

Son Tries To Make People Laugh By Photoshopping His Dad Into Famous Paintings

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There are some works of art that everyone’s seen so many times that it’s hard to imagine them as anything different from the original. Not to this guy, though—Matt Bonito has reimagined some of the world’s most famous paintings using pictures of his dad. As expected, the results turned out to be pretty hilarious. Continue reading »

The Prophet: Superb Digital Concept Art Works of Craig Mullins

Craig Mullins (born 1964) is an American digital painter, and leading international concept artist. He has created art for books, video games and films. Continue reading »

Artist Places People From Classical Paintings Into Modern Reality And They Fit Just Right

Have you ever stopped to think about how things have changed? We didn’t even have to go very far back in time to notice certain aspects that are completely different now. Continue reading »

Pigasso: This Pig Enjoys Painting And Has Become The World’s First Pig Artist

Joane Lefson rescued a one-month-old piglet from a slaughterhouse and soon realized that the animal was special. According to Joane, of his own free will, the little pig started painting canvases in a sanctuary located in South Africa. Continue reading »