“There can be no proof in matters of taste.”, – argued the French philosopher Pierre Bouast… And we agree with this idea. You can spend hours discussing what real art is. However, the work of a South Korean artist and illustrator Zhongwon Jong (Joongwon Jeong) will impress any person.
The artist has a special talent: with the help of acrylic paints, he “brings to life” legendary characters from famous paintings, sculptures and frescoes. Inspired by classic artwork, the artist creates hyper-realistic portraits that look like photographs of faces.
According to JongaThis type of paint is versatile for simulating effects that range from thick texture to watercolor splatter. His incredible acrylic portraits have been exhibited in various galleries and are also quite popular on the Internet.
“Aristotle once said:” A corpse is disgusting, but a painted corpse can be beautiful. ” I’m saying, “Pustular pimples are disgusting, but painted pimples can be beautiful,” wrote a hyperrealist artist on his website.
Editorial staff Bologny admired the talent of this artist, so we decided to share his work with you.
Vincent van gogh
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Venus de Milo
Giuliano de Medici
“Creation of Adam” by Michelangelo
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