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pho·to·re·al·ism

 (fō′tō-rē′ə-lĭz′əm)
n.
A style of painting that resembles photography in its meticulous attention to realistic detail.

pho′to·re′al·ist adj. & n.
pho′to·re′al·is′tic adj.

photorealism

(ˌfəʊtəʊˈrɪəˌlɪzəm)
n
(Art Terms) a style of painting and sculpture that depicts esp commonplace urban images with meticulously accurate detail
ˌphotoˈrealist n, adj

pho•to•re•al•ism

(ˌfoʊ toʊˈri əˌlɪz əm)

n. (sometimes cap.)
a style of painting depicting scenes in meticulously realistic detail, in emulation of photography.
[1960–65]
pho′to•re′al•ist, n., adj.
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0 in art form can be found in the photorealist paintings of celebrated Canadian artist Mike Bayne, winner of the coveted Kingston Prize for Canadian portraiture.
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Tolkien for recitation at a "summer diversion" and privately printed (1939); or excerpts from the Canterbury Tales presented as "an evening's entertainment" by the Little Red Schoolhouse (1964); or the Wife of Bath's Prologue presented as "a liberated woman's great story," profusely illustrated (1973); or a version of the Franklin's Tale by Suky Best, a photorealist, called "Photo-Love No.
Through the employment of photorealist elements, high-key colour and decorative detail, I aim to seduce the viewer and retain their gaze, an initially superficial engagement that I hope gives way to an invitation to explore a more complex narrative that lies underneath.
An artist's getaway in Marin County, California, features the owner's photorealist work, and a studio that is a riot of color, with shelves filled with books and antique toys.
Part of that is due to the appearance of the Turtles themselves: For all the undeniable sophistication of Industrial Light & Magic's motion-capture system--which required the actors to wear skin-hugging body suits and helmets equipped with tiny high-def cameras--the push toward a more photorealist design has led to strangely off-putting and unapproachable results.
Ikon icons: John Salt, paintings, prints and sculptures from before his photorealist career.
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