Art Isms: Photorealism:

Alfred Leslie


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Photo Realism, a more recent off-shoot of Pop-Art, sticks to the appearance of the everyday world. The movement get its name from its fascination with camera images. The photorealist builds his picture on the photograph itself; it is his reality.

Photo Realism, a figurative movement that emerged in the United States and Britain in the late 1960s and 1970s. The subject matter, usually everyday scenes, is portrayed in an extremely detailed, exacting style. It is also called superrealism, especially when referring to sculpture.

Alfred Leslie

Enid Abrahimi Leslie
Alfred Leslie
Courtesy of The Boil and Squeal Gallery, NY
Enid Abrahami,
Oil on Canvas (Detail)
7 feet X 5 feet


Photorealistic Paintings by Alfred Leslie

Doreen Alfred Leslie
Alfred Leslie
Doreen


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