Hyper-Realistic Paintings of Floating Cosmonauts by Jeremy Geddes

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Melbourne-based artist Jeremy Geddes is most well known for his paintings of cosmonauts and people floating, falling, colliding and drifting in empty landscapes.
His hyper-realistic paintings are extremely detailed, lights and shadows are masterly captured in his boards and the composition of each is a real revelation of his vision.

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01ASCENT – 2014, Oil on Board 29.5 x 29.5 inches

03THE STREET – 2010, Oil on Board, 34 x 25 inches

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06WHITE COSMONAUT – 2009, Oil on Board, 27 x 26 inches

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HEAT DEATH – 2008, Oil on Linen, 16 x 38 inches

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11WARMER AIR – 2011, Oil on Board 15×23 inches

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14ADRIFT – 2011, Oil on Board 29.5 x 29.5 inches

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16 LABENT – 2014, Oil on Board 29.5 x 12.5 inches

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18AEON – 2014, Oil on Board 29.5 x 12.5 inches

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20HYPOSTASIS – 2014, Oil on Board 37 x 37 inches

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23ALLEY – 2007, Oil on Linen 31 x 50 inches

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25A QUIET HEAVEN (FAILING ECHO) – 2012, Oil on Board, 40½ x 17 inches

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