The intricate paintings that hide the double images


27/12/2011

Often in the art of it is that looks more closely, one can find in a work of art more than he can see, throwing a glance. In painting there are paintings that hide duplicate content, which can be determined immediately. At amazing oil paintings by Ukrainian artist Oleg Shuplyak for dramatic scenes and tranquil landscapes depicted wonderful hidden images. Through carefully placed objects, characters, coloring and shadows, the images of the second plan cleverly hidden in those shown in the foreground.

Shuplyak, who was born 23 September 1967 in the Ternopil region of western Ukraine, studied architecture at the Lviv Polytechnic Institute. His passion has always been painting, however, in his work, he often used the technical accuracy of the architect to create these intriguing optical illusions. Often his paintings depict famous historical figures like Charles Darwin, Vincent van Gogh and William Shakespeare.

Works of art reminiscent of Ukrainian artist famous Mexican artist Octavio Ocampo (Octavio Ocampo), which is well known for his numerous paintings of complex where small and complex images, which subsequently creates great images that have double meanings. Often uses in his art technique of optical illusions.

Ocampo is so perfected this metamorphic style using the technique of applying that in his paintings the second image is sometimes difficult to distinguish and can not see without straining your eyes. In the works Shpulyaka opposite the second image so easily recognizable that the viewer can not even figure out where the first and the second place in the picture.

Original: Dailymail


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