The hyper-realistic painting in the portrait
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It was in the fifteenth century, when Venice was the main European port for the landing of goods, and thus also of the rare pigments such as the expensive lapis lazuli, that the portrait has emerged as hyper-realistic painting in the portrait character appearance, usually a member of the Signoria or an official of the…

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The light in the Photorealism Painting Dascanio
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The study of light is essential for photo-realism painting, as can be seen from its definition. Photo is going to light and therefore the first task is to carefully consider the color and light quality of natural light, that of the Sun, and then investigate other more complex issues, such as artificial lights or close…

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The hyper realistic charcoal and graphite drawing: the ancient matter where does the drawing

In hyper-realistic drawing of graphite Dascanio it is used as plastic material on which to add volume and intensity of the stroke. Used since ancient times, as graphite and charcoal are two of the most appreciated by the artists materials for their extreme flexibility in the shades and the light effects, as well as having…

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The hyper-realistic drawings of Dascanio between Renaissance and Italian Seicento

Although the hyper-realistic art and drawings is a genre introduced in the sixties by the development of pop art, mainly due to the expertise of the workers engaged in the breeding of large advertising billboards, in the works of Emanuele Dascanio this technique is brought up to absolute perfection revealing a origin that goes far…

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A wonderful trip in hyper realistic drawings: discover Emanuele Dascanio

One name in the hyper realistic drawings field is today a very impressive talent: is Emanuele Dascanio. He has participated in various competitions and exhibitions at national and international ranking near the top. Devote much time to the study of artistic techniques and the search for continuous improvement of its expressive capabilities. His works are in…

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Hyperrealism art and paintings: italian artist Dascanio jaw-dropping

  An extraordinary virtuoso pencil – and beyond – a hyperrealist painter, an outstanding success around the world. Emanuele Dascanio, today most known and interesting artist moved in hyperrealism art, is born in Garbagnate Milanese in 1983. After graduating from the Art School in Arese Lucio Fontana, in 2003 he enrolled at the Academy of…

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Photorealistic art and the representation of reality

The photorealistic paintings and art is a kind of painting based on the accurate study of photography: the artist use photographic image to get all the information about the subject. 

Hyperrealism and photorealistic art: let’s discover Emanuele Dascanio

In the hyperrealism art as in the photorealistic art, we can safely say that actually Emanuele Dascanio in one of most sought after artists on international scene. Dascanio was born in Garbagnate Milanese in 1983. After graduating from Lucio Fontana  Art School of Arese, in 2003 he enrolled at the Academy of Brera, but feeling…

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Hyperrealistic drawings: an emotional reality

  An hyperrealistic drawing comes from the careful observation of reality, but the difference between hyperrealism and other artistic trends, like photorealism, is the personal impression of the artist. Many critics consider hyperrealistic art like an evolution of photorealism: in the first case the power of personal feelings is truly clear, which means the viewer…

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About Hyperrealistic art…
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Hyperrealism art started the rise to success in late 1960s, since then a lot of artists have supported this artistic movement increasing the fame about its concept. The Hyper realistic paintings have evolved in different ways thanks to the new adopted technologies: recently, new experiments with photographic technology have allowed high standards of refining techniques….

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