- n. alternative spelling of photo-realism.
“Mr. Meisel coined the term photorealism in the 1960s; his holdings include the works by Chuck Close hanging in the warehouse entry.”
“After a period in which Andy Warhol and others fascinatingly blurred photography and painting, many portraitists responded to this competition with so-called photorealism.”
“r me is an early master of what we now refer to as photorealism, and yet his "technicolor" paintings exude more "realism" than the actual photo props on view the immense and beautifully illustrated catalog refers to this as "accurate depictions of an imagined world.”
“Not to mention that the whole "photorealism" thing in comics is vastly overrated.”
“The paintings of the Pre-Raphaelites often featured an extremely high degree of realism (what would now be called "photorealism"); religious and mythical themes; and pictures that seem to tell a story, or a part of a story (with titles that often confirm that interpretation).”
“Says one production executive, "No one has ever done this kind of photorealism on this scale before.”
“He is responsible for the entire photorealism part.”
“Secondly, the sound design in Gears of War is a product of the design imperative that hungers for photorealism.”
“The era of Nintendo and kiddie entertainment was over, and the videogames of the future were about multimillion-dollar budgets, mind-blowing photorealism and “digital actors” playing out their parts with human realism thanks to “emotion engines,” etc.”
“Not that Rockwell ever quite heads for a full-blown photorealism, in Richard Estes mode.”
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