You’ll look at these images and say, “those aren’t very good photos”, and then you’ll see that they’re all hyper-realistic paintings, and then you’ll say “whoa.”
Denis Peterson: Off the Track. Urethanes on wood panel.
Robert Bechtle: Berkeley Pinto (John De Andrea and his Family next to Bechtles Car). 1976, oil on canvas.
Gérard Gasiorowski: The approach. That’s me, who needs to make enormous efforts to keep himself on the surface of things. 1970, oil on canvas.
Don Eddy: Untitled (Volkswagen). 1971, acryl on canvas.
Malcolm Morley: Portrait of Esses in Central Park. 1969-1970, liquitex on canvas.
Tom Blackwell: Gap Outlet, Waterside Shops, Naples, FL. 2004, oil on canvas.
Tjalf Sparnaay: Supersandwich!! 2013, oil on linen
Anthony Brunelli: Monument Square (Troy). 1997, oil on linen.
Peter Maier: 1908 Indian Racer. 2005.
Allan Gorman: Macho Dream. 2013, oil on canvas.
Richard Heisler: Shinjuku Sunset II (100 Views of Tokyo). 2010, oil on linen.
Charles Hartley: Bahama Surf. 2012, oil on Polyester.