Artist Yigal Ozeri is a New York-based painter who makes paintings so unimaginably realistic that the viewer is forced to take a second look and study the image profusely.
The photorealistic series shows women variously encompassed in nature; some are casually lying in fields while others are immersed in shallow water. Every aspect of each image is so life-like that it resembles an image captured on a high definition camera. Ozeri captures realism by defining every precise aspect of the image. He meticulously defines the shadows, the ripples in the water, even the lines on the women’s faces and their single strands of strayed hair.
The women in these photos resemble delicate beauties, however what is more mesmerizing is the detailed work and talent that created it.
Hyperrealistic Female Paintings
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