Hyperreal paintings mimic photography

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Artist Antonio Castelló presents a series of oil paintings with such life-like detail, that upon first glance one would think they were photographs. His work will be on display at London's Plus One Gallery Feb. 13 - Mar. 16 as part of the gallery's Winter Show.

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