Photorealism in the Digital Age

Photorealism in the Digital Age

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This luxurious volume-the fourth in a series by Louis K. Meisel-is a comprehensive documentation of 21st-century Photorealism, one of the most popular art movements since the late 1960s. Photorealists work painstakingly from photographs to create startlingly realistic paintings, and where they once used film for gathering information, they now rely on digital technology, which has vastly expanded the amount of detail that can be captured. In these visual marvels they bring insights to vernacular subjects-cars, cityscapes, portraits-and make the commonplace uncommon. Illustrating the book with more than 850 works created since 2000, Meisel covers every major Photorealist still active (including Ralph Goings, Richard Estes, Tom Blackwell, Richard McLean, and John Salt) as well as remarkable newcomers. For the first time he also includes Verist sculptors such as John De Andrea and Duane Hanson.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 320 pages
  • 262 x 338 x 33mm | 2,660g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 850 colour photographs
  • 1419708287
  • 9781419708282
  • 669,844

About Louis K. Meisel

Louis K. Meisel (author of, among other titles, Abrams' Photorealism, Photorealism Since 1980 and Photorealism at the Millennium) is a New York art dealer whose gallery helped to establish the Photorealism movement in the late 1960s; he has been its main patron and historian ever since. It was Meisel who coined the term Photorealism in 1969.
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