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Photo Realism Art

Photo-realism was a form of art that became popular in the 1960's as a response to Minimalism. Like many art movements of this time period, it was developed by artists who were concerned with challenging what art meant to the public. Photo-realistic framed art was based off of the rise of photography as a graphic medium and was concerned with extremely detailed, precise renderings of a variety of subjects.

Photo-realism is a highly technical art category. For these artists, portraying the truth of the subject is key, as is reconciling the emotion, composition, and movement of any given element of their painting. Because of the amount of detail involved, most artists use photographs and specific techniques in order to develop these extremely realistic works. However, ever since its development, these photographic works have astounded viewers with their realism and the amount of technical skill required to bring the artists' vision to life.

Photo Realism Prints

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Among the Sierra Nevada, California, 1868
by Albert Bierstadt
14" x 11"
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Lemons in a Bowl with Peel
by Loran Speck
12" x 14"
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Arch with a View
by Loran Speck
11" x 14"
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China Blue
by Ben Schonzeit
27" x 30"
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Olive Oil Jug with Persimmons
by Loran Speck
16" x 20"
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Green Pitcher, Heirlooms & Cloth
by Loran Speck
16" x 20"
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Home Again
by Zhen-Huan Lu
28" x 22"
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A Blanket of Gold
by Ray Hendershot
36" x 18"
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Jugs on a Ledge
by Loran Speck
10" x 12"
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Venice Pier II
by Casey Mckee
22" x 24"
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Elder Farm
by Ray Hendershot
28" x 11"
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Fancy Jumper
by Dan Mackin
39" x 28"
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Country Lane
by Ray Hendershot
24" x 14"
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Primrose Farm
by Ray Hendershot
30" x 16"
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Evening Chores
by Ray Hendershot
38" x 20"
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Hampton Beach
by Daniel Pollera
34" x 24"
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Summer Moments
by Diane Romanello
16" x 12"
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Paradiso Panel I
by Diane Romanello
12" x 36"
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Stay Awhile
by David Knowlton
36" x 12"
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Spruce Hill
by Ray Hendershot
28" x 14"
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Blue Moon
by Ray Hendershot
24" x 30"
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Halcyon Days
by Aldo Balding
24" x 20"
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Confit Jar with Bowl
by Loran Speck
10" x 12"
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Relaxation
by Zhen-Huan Lu
36" x 24"
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Southern Breeze
by William Bradford Green
24" x 34"
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Chair With Jug And Flag
by Cecile Baird
20" x 24"
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Travel by Air Dark II
by Marco Fabiano
36" x 36"
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Shore House
by Zhen-Huan Lu
39" x 27"
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Seine Twilight Detail
by Gholam Yunessi
12" x 12"
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Small Rusty Hudson II
by Danny Head
14" x 11"
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Paradiso Panel II
by Diane Romanello
12" x 36"
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Scouting The Hatch
by Dix Baines
17" x 13"
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Paradise IV
by Unknown
12" x 12"
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Ginger Jar with Peaches, Apricots & Tapestry
by Loran Speck
22" x 28"
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Quiet Time
by Zhen-Huan Lu
28" x 22"
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Loran Speck is a highly respected photo-realist. He first began his work after developing a fascination for science illustration, which caused him to develop his talent for intricate details. His still life works feature strong lines, calm compositions, and a timeless simplicity that helps to draw the viewer into contemplation of the superbly depicted forms. These qualities are especially showcased in his work, 'Arch with a View', which is not only a perfect example of his unique style but also effectively depicts the qualities that have made photo-realistic art on canvas such a memorable and loved art form.

Although the style of photo-realism is easily recognizable and unique, it can be effectively combined with other modes of art, including surrealism, impressionism, or optical art. These works can be in color or achromatic, depending on the purpose of the work. Because of the photographic qualities of this category, the amount of diversity displayed is an asset to consumers who are considering purchasing art for the home or office. Literately any subject can be found in photo-realism including classical still life works, fantasy art, portraiture, animals, and much more, which make this art form suitable for matching any decor.
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