Realistic Paintings by Michele Del Campo
Michele Del Campo paints urban scapes and youngster’s street lifestyle in hyper-realistic manner.
The Italian artist Michele Del Campo’s works are amazingly hyper realistic.
All his art pieces bear a certain unique signature. The target of his art is the urban street life of young folks. Their everyday routine, street chats and all the fun find a super and lively transformation on oil-painted canvas. At first sight it may seem, that they are photo realistic, but it’s only due to the warmness of the rich palette and easy play of light and shadow.
His mastership is highly appreciated amongst the lovers of graphic arts. The viewers are shocked with the liveliness and the way the artist can portray the street live. All the works have a vivid life air and stunning motion. We can see limitless energy, movement and constant sway of emotions. His works are presented in famous Italian exhibition centers and in London, Madrid, Barcelona.
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