Check out this realistic painting by an artist from Manipur

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I have always been fascinated by realistic paintings and gushed about it whenever I come across in the internet. It looks so real that sometimes I asked myself if those paintings are fake.


However my doubts were cleared again when I come across a painting by Themreichan Kasom, a dear brother from Manipur this afternoon.

Check this out.

This is his painting…

We know its super hard to believe that it’s actually a painting.  Every minute details seems just perfect.

For your reference here’s a comparison of the original photography and painting pictures.

We have earlier written about him and can be viewed in the link below along with some of his other works.

A Painter Wanted To Preserve His Culture With His Paintings. The Result Is Just Awesome!

PS: Don’t forget to share and follow the artist on facebook!

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