Tjalf Sparnaay is a self taught Dutch artist, painter, photographer and illustrator since 1987. Tjalf based in Haarlem, Netherlands who creates realistic oil paintings are based on everyday objects. He paints everyday items such as food like crushed coco-cola tin, a half eaten sandwich, a bag of chips with mayonnaise or even a bunch of tulips tightly wrapped with a cellophane paper.
Tjalf is quite popular for his hyper-realistic oil paintings. He comes up with these mega size realistic paintings which makes viewers drool out of hunger. His painting style and technique has touches of Vemeer in the likes of detailing and color and Rembrandt for the light and shadow touches.
Look at these mega size hyper-realistic oil paintings created by Tjalf Sparnaay. You can also follow him on Instagram page @tjalfsparnaay.
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