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A style of painting and sculpture that gives the appearance of "a high resolution photograph", it is realism more 'real' visually than photo realism. However, many artists such as Chuck Close, Don Eddy and Ralph Goings are described interchangeably as hyper-real and photo-real. The term, coined by Frenchman, Isy Brachot in 1973, has evolved as a description of an art movement in the United States and Europe that became influential in the 21st Century. Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperrealism_(painting)