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Paris Street Scene, a painting by American artist Richard Estes, depicts the art genre known as Photorealism or Superrealism.  The work of Photorealists was inspired mostly by photographs and look incredibly life-like.  The use of the airbrush to create these paintings helped to give them the look of glossy photographs.  Richard Estes is considered one of the best Photorealist artists due to his eye for detail.

Richard Estes Paris Street Scene oil on canvas

Ketchup Bottle by Ralph Goings, American (1928 - ), circa 1990

Ketchup Bottle - Ralph Goings the pattern created from the table creates a water -like effect.

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Staten Island Ferry, painting by Richard Estes (American b.

1967, Richard Estes, Telephone Booths, Acrílico, 122x175, Thyssen, Madrid COPYRIGHT © Richard Estes1967. Procedencia: Colección Carmen Th...

Tour Bus of theWorld Trade Center - Richard Estes / obviously a poignant location with the connotations of the terrible atrocity that occurred there ‼️

Estación de metro de la estación de Penn - Richard Estes

Estación de metro de la estación de Penn - Richard Estes

Morning in Monaco, Tom Blackwell photorealist

"Morning in Monaco" Tom Blackwell - Louis K.

Hyperreality, Richard Estes

How Richard Estes Makes His Paintings of New York More Accurate Than Photographs

A painting from 79th Street and Broadway  looking South by Richard Estes in 1974. The block had gotten a subway station by then, which brought shoppers more easily to the stores.

A painting from Street and Broadway looking South by Richard Estes in The block had gotten a subway station by then, which brought shoppers more easily to the stores.

“Paris Street Scene,” 1972, Richard Estes.

Photorealistic paintings by renown artist Richard Estes.

Richard Estes.

Richard Estes Street Bus Stop 2013 Medium oil on panel h: 22 x w: in / h: x w: cm

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