The Ethereal Hyperrealistic Oil Paintings by Philip Munoz

Anticipation (oil on canvas) 80 x 58cm

Philip Munoz lives and works in Bristol. He graduated in Biochemistry from the University of Bristol in 2002, an unusual path for such a talented self-taught painter, whose work is centered on the notion of glamour and its role in social identity.
Philip is particularly concerned with the idea of beauty through transformation. This interest is channeled into his stylish portraits of attractive young women, adorned with tattoos and piercings.
His fascination for city life is exemplified by his exceptional still-lives that cleverly capture the seduction and glamour of high-street window displays. A voyeuristic and passing gaze into a shop window, meticulously rendered in oil. These depictions of mass-produced objects of desire play on the relationship between commodity fetishism and hyperrealist painting.

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Katy – Oil on linen. 120 x 80cm.

Conflict of Desire 120 x 90.6cm oil on canvas

Alexandra – oil on canvas 75 x 95 cm

Sarah (work in progress)

Girl with Flowers in her Hair – Oil on canvas 60x90cm

Soraya – Oil on Linen. 120 x 80cm.

Another Pretty Face – Oil on canvas. 125 x 125cm

Build me up – Break me down – oil on canvas 90 x 80 cm

Grace – oil on canvas 90 x 60 cm

Millie – oil on canvas 80 x 120 cm

Kitchen – Oil on linen. 62.7 x 60cm.

Victory – oil on canvas 114 x 75 cm

Breathe – oil on canvas 60 x 60 cm

Girl in Blue Dress – Oil on linen 115 x 75cm

Lucia – Oil on canvas 50 x 75cm

Beneath the Surface – oil on canvas 90 x 60 cm

View from theStudio – Oil on board 50 x 50cm

Kadi – Oil on canvas. 20 x 20cm.

Sarah by pnmunozSarah – oil on canvas. 30″ x 20″

Rebecca by pnmunozRebecca – Oil on canvas. 38.5 x 61cm

Girl with Red Hair by pnmunozGirl with Red Hair – 76 x 51cm. Oil on canvas.

Jess – oil on canvas. 20″ x 30″

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