A talented artist has created such incredibly realistic paintings it’s ART to believe they aren’t really photographs.
Scottish oil painter Claire Duguid, 32, spends anything up to three months at a time on each portrait – painstakingly capturing every tiny detail of the subject’s face and appearance.
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Duguid’s artwork as been showing in several exhibitions, including ones in London and Scotland.
At a quick glance it’s hard to spot a single brush stroke but Claire says she stops just short of hyper-realism ensuring that her work still raises eyebrows but continues to look like a painting.
Depending on the demands of her clients and the intricacy of the painting each piece can command up to £6,000 – and