Israeli artist Yigal Ozeri (Yigal Ozeri) — master of hyperrealistic portraits of women, created a special recognizable style of painting. First he’s with the team organizing the set of models in nature, then print photos to exactly redraw the canvas height. We have already talked about the paintings Ozeri, and not even once, and now we present his fascinating new work.
“My idea is not to create a mirrored reflection of reality, which achieve a photorealistic, but rather to reflect the space between the world of high definition and fantasy. My images must be read as if they were poems or sonnets. To this end, I focus on the work on light intensity and the abundance of details in the compositions. My works are influenced by the pre-Raphaelites: Dante Gabriel Rossetti and John Everett Millais”.