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Gemaltes Essen - Hyperrealistische Gemälde von Tjalf Sparnaay [LangweileDich.net]

Gemaltes Essen - Hyperrealistische Gemälde von Tjalf Sparnaay [LangweileDich.net]

"Sticky Bun" by Mary Ellen Johnson. Mary Ellen Johnson is a realist oil painter best known for her paintings of food. I love this painting of a sticky bun. She manages to perfectly recreate the translucent unctuousness of the syrup, the texture of the bun, and the way syrup on the top of the bun catches the light and reflects it. I'm hungry now.

Mary Ellen Johnson

"Sticky Bun" by Mary Ellen Johnson. Mary Ellen Johnson is a realist oil painter best known for her paintings of food. I love this painting of a sticky bun. She manages to perfectly recreate the translucent unctuousness of the syrup, the texture of the bun, and the way syrup on the top of the bun catches the light and reflects it. I'm hungry now.

60s Diner, Lincoln City, Oregon.  Located in the Lighthouse shopping area.  Good burgers, fun music.

60s Diner, Lincoln City, Oregon. Located in the Lighthouse shopping area. Good burgers, fun music.

MEGAREALISM    Born in 1954 in Haarlem, Netherlands, Tjalf Sparnaay currently lives and works in Hilversum, Netherlands. A self-taught artist, Sparnaay is strongly influenced by the work of Vermeer, Rembrandt, Goings, and Bell. Since 1987, Tjalf has been working on his imposing oeuvre, constantly seeking new images that have never been painted before. What he calls Megarealism is part of the contemporary global art movement of Hyperrealism...

MEGAREALISM Born in 1954 in Haarlem, Netherlands, Tjalf Sparnaay currently lives and works in Hilversum, Netherlands. A self-taught artist, Sparnaay is strongly influenced by the work of Vermeer, Rembrandt, Goings, and Bell. Since 1987, Tjalf has been working on his imposing oeuvre, constantly seeking new images that have never been painted before. What he calls Megarealism is part of the contemporary global art movement of Hyperrealism...

TJALF SPARNAAY

TJALF SPARNAAY

Tjalf Sparnaay paints ordinary objects—a fried egg, a crushed coca cola can, a crumbled receipt. Except he uses such extreme detail in his oil paintings, that it brings these objects to life.

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