Robin Eley’s hyper-realistic paintings
Inspired by history, extracted from the present his paintings look more realistic than photography.
Robin Eley was born in London in 1978, grew up in Australia, and moved to California at the age of 19 where he attended Westmont College, earning his Bachelor of Fine Arts. In 2002 he returned to Australia.
Inspired by history, I extract from the present, claims Robin on his website. His works are painted in genre of hyper-realism giving answers to questions that confronted author through his life.
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