Have you ever experienced a moment where you could feel your heart melt in awe in the presence of a true art? Here are some of the most impressionable work of the 21st century that are so flawless and exact that it is next to impossible to tell the difference between the paintings and a photograph. As the name itself suggests, a realistic painting is an exact replica of a moment that has been captured not by a camera but with true art. Marco Grassi, known worldwide for his realistic paintings of the Milan models, calls this form of art ‘surreal hyperrealistic’.
These paintings include several variations in it, that include stills of life, illusionary works, arts that are imaginarily drawn from the depicts of the stories, thus imparting the imagination of a story a realistic form of life, paintings of landscapes, art works depicting the daily surroundings including the lifestyle of people from different walks of life. The perfection of this art needs lots of actualization, visualization, capturing details of minor things, and presentation of the accurate light effects.
With the advent of new technology, artists are now painting pencil sketches; rather other use oil colors and some even use Bic pens.
Although these paintings, drawn with perseverance and a touch of great artistry, have also found themselves exposed to a lot of criticism but the most appreciable part of art is not the outcome but it indeed is the process behind.
It is so wonderful to realize how a few sheets of paper and cans of paint at the disposal of a pair of talented hands can transform into something so unbelievably mesmerizing. However, the big question remains; will these talented and passionate artists be able to see their name up on the walls of hall of fame alongside Vincent Van Gogh and Claude Monet and ll those whose creations have managed to transcend time and created new realms of art? Probably not, but the nonetheless, it’s a beginning of a new era of art that the world would cherish for a long time.