Unreal Beauty: Bas Meeuws' Photo Art

Unreal Beauty: Bas Meeuws' Photo Art

At first glance, these images recall the paintings of the old masters, but in fact, they're photos. The carefully composed floral still lifes by Dutch artist Bas Meeuws are clearly too beautiful to be real.
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