Hyper Realistic Paintings by Hilo Chen Gorgeous hyper realistic paintings by New York-based artist Hilo Chen. Hilo Chen was born in Yee-Lum, Taiwan in 1942 and moved to New York City in amazing painting
Chuck Close: Mark acrylic on canvas. Seen on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York. Mark, a painting that took fourteen months to complete, was constructed from a series of airbrushed layers that imitated CMYK color printing.
The Candy Store, New York City; Oil on canvas; Richard Estes 1969 Richard Estes’ photorealistic painting style is all about overcoming inertia. For years, Estes has patrolled the streets of New York with a camera, shootin.