Stunning Oil Portraits by Harding Meyer

Stunning Oil Portraits by Harding Meyer portraits painting

Stunning Oil Portraits by Harding Meyer portraits painting

Stunning Oil Portraits by Harding Meyer portraits painting

Stunning Oil Portraits by Harding Meyer portraits painting

Stunning Oil Portraits by Harding Meyer portraits painting

Stunning Oil Portraits by Harding Meyer portraits painting

Stunning Oil Portraits by Harding Meyer portraits painting

Stunning Oil Portraits by Harding Meyer portraits painting

Brazilian-born artist Harding Meyer lives and works in Berlin and Karlsruhe where he paints these stunning, large-scale oil portraits. I imagine nothing short of standing in front of these giant canvases truly does them justice, but you can see them in extremely high resolution over on Meyer’s blog. His work will appear in a number of group shows later this year atWürth and the Arts and Museum Dr. Guislain in Gent, and you can see much more of his work at Galerie Voss.

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