Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugge’s Paintings

December 13, 2012 | in Illustration

Belgian artist and photo retoucher Mark Van Crombrugge draws stunningly realistic paintings. But he is not limited to one genre.

We decided to focus your attention on Mark Van Crombrugge’s photorealism. The Belgian is an ardent fan of early Netherlandish painting, which is sometimes referred to as “The Flemish Primitives.” The author has studied it for a long time and concluded that there are no secrets in this phenomenon. So, gradually, Mark has developed his own unique style. We offer you some of his works from the Still Life and The Sea series.

Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugges Paintings

Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugges Paintings

Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugges Paintings

Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugges Paintings

Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugges Paintings

Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugges Paintings

Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugges Paintings

Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugges Paintings

Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugges Paintings

Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugges Paintings

Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugges Paintings

Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugges Paintings

Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugges Paintings

Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugges Paintings

Photorealism in Mark Van Crombrugges Paintings

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