The beauty in Japanese artist’s oil painting is more lifelike than the high-definition photo! Ryo shiotani, a Japanese realist painter, graduated from the oil painting department of Musashino University of fine arts. Now he is a famous realist painter in Japan. His works are collected by many art galleries and galleries
Japanese painter Yasuhisa graduated from Musashino Art University. Ryo shiotani then won a cultural affairs scholarship and studied in Florence for a year, where he had the opportunity to copy Leonardo da Vinci’s work. Yanguliang takes the classical skills of Western painting as the basis of his painting, and makes them look more real when depicting female figures or still life. “I draw realistic paintings, because I can make new discoveries when I study my theme deeply.
The early neoclassicism, which was advocated by Ingres, paid great attention to the local details of the object of the picture and challenged the photography with very real effect at that time. Now in China, cold Jun, the leader of contemporary surrealist oil painting, also uses a brush to show the details that can’t be captured by the camera, because the position details of the dark part and highlight in the photos taken by the camera are almost difficult to show due to the limitations of the equipment, and the painting can be seen very clearly by the naked eye, and then described by the brush.