These Hyperrealistic Paintings By A Japanese Artist Are So Precise You Might Confuse Them With Photos

Kei Mieno is a Japanese artist born in Hiroshima who has been painting professionally for more than 10 years already. This 33-year-old painter specializes in hyperrealism, and mostly uses oil paint to create his masterpieces.

Recently, Kei shared an image on Twitter of a woman lying in the river, and it left many of his followers speechless when they realized that the woman in the stream is created in the artist‘s head. The details and texture of the painting are so precise that it‘s not difficult to confuse it with a photo. This post was retweeted more than 46k times and has almost 130k likes already. Scroll down to see other Kei‘s paintings that he skillfully creates using oil paint.

More info: keimieno.wixsite.com | twitter.com

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