Hyper - Hyperrealism:(19651975)

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Hyper-realism: (1965 - 1975) The Hyper-realism movement originated in the late sixties and early seventies when artists began  producing paintings that appeared to be photographs. In painting, Hyper-realism is synonymous to Photo- Realism. Also know as Superrealism, the movement was most popular in the United States but spread to  some parts of Western Europe. In the sculpture medium, artist often used casts of the human figure to  create true-to-form works. Close, Chuck - 1940 -       Close, Chuck - 1940 -  Les Nabis: (1891 - 1899) Led by Paul Seriusier, the Nabis group of painters were dedicated to following the example of Paul  Gaughin in his painting and color techniques. Their name derived from the Hebrew word navi, which 
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