1930’s – 1950’s Style Ultra Realistic Paintings by Brian Tull

This collection of ultra realistic paintings are by Brian Tull, he creates each piece with oil and acrylic on panel and they are all set in the 1930’s through ‘50’s. I’m pulled to photorealism because it allows the viewer to notice things they wouldn’t notice in real time, especially with my detailed, large-scale works. A painting freezes movement, reflections. Photorealism is a well-suited vehicle for capturing moments that occur with little notice, but are nonetheless revealing in their narrative. My painting process forces me as the artist to look beyond the subject matter; to just let a face be a series of objects, or an object simply a block of color. In the end, the story will be seen and told.

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