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Post by: adminbc 5:32 AM Wed, April 10th 2013



Pseudo-realism paintings are those works of art which belong to the school that are perceived as not being real or superficial. The basic representation of a subject in a way that deviates from the accurate representation is known as pseudo-realism. If the depiction of a subject is done in such a manner that it deviates from reality but has a single discerning effect which connects it to reality, then it is known as pseudo-realism.


Generally, artists over the years have taken the use of shapes and sizes which have no geometric connotation but when taken in the context of the entire painting, become meaningful. Often, surreal shapes and objects are used in such paintings. Another primary aspect of pseudo-realism paintings is the usage of off-beat colors and starkly opposite colors which are not used generally in the depiction of the subject portrayed. But the colors present a definite meaning and alternate reality which is in tandem with the mood of the painting.


One of the primary and contemporary artists who is known for pseudo-realism paintings is Bangalore-born Devajyoti Ray who uses colors which would not have been appropriate otherwise. He sees these paintings as a separate art-form which is in conjunction with his other paintings that are in context with Indian art forms.


 

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