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We have previously introduced the incredible works of Japanese painter Kei Mieno, whose women painted in oils are depicted on canvas with such skill and astounding attention to all details ranging from sunlight, shadow, skin tone, texture and even individual strands of hair, that they seem to have been captured in real life.
His most recently completed work reveals, once again, how uncannily lifelike his paintings can be:
If you need more convincing that this is a painting, Kei Mieno has provided the following evidence:
You can see other examples of Mr. Mieno's art and learn more about his vision in our previous article
If you happen to be in the vicinity of Fukuoka on the weekend of September 8-9, you can see Kei Mieno's paintings in the 4th annual Art Fair Asia Fukuoka. Mr. Mieno's work will be featured in the Gallery Suchi booth.
For more details, please see the official website here.
If you can't come to the exhibit, please follow Kei Mieno on Twitter and Instagram to see more of his remarkable paintings.