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Harding Meyer is a painter who has been creating some amazing large-scale oil portraits that you really need to see up close to appreciate the vast detail that goes into each piece.
Meyer is a Brazilian-born artist who works and lives in Karlsruhe and Berlin. He has been painting these portraits for a number of group shows that he will be participating in later this year at the Museum Dr. Guislain and Würth and the Arts in Gent.
The part that intrigues me the most about Harding Meyer’s paintings is his use of large brush strokes that almost give his portraits a very Vincent Van Gogh feel to them. You can view the photos in high resolution on his blog to see all of them in greater detail.