Incredibly photo-realistic portraits created by renaissance painting techniques


It’s really hard to belive that these incredibly photo-realistic portraits are actually drawings created by Italian artist Emanuele Dascanio with a combination of charcoal and graphite, the artist was taught by Italian painter Gianluca Corona, on the basis of oil techniques of the old renaissance masters, he develops his own style that combines classic elements with contemporary art.

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