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Jan Keteleer is a self-taught Belgian artist known for his paintings of people and water. His work depicts lone female subjects swimming underwater and diving into the ocean. His paintings have been compared to the Barbizon School and the Hudson River School. They often depict travelers searching for truth or beauty, and often travel in groups. His paintings are highly detailed and resemble the works of the Barbizon School and the Hudson River Schools.
The artist's works are photorealistic and are often depicted of women's diving or swimming. His paintings have received much critical acclaim and have been included in many private collections. The artist has described his work as "Contemporary Renaissance" in style. His recent works portray women in swimming pools and other aquatic environments.
The artist also paints tangled treescapes and lone figures in his paintings. His swimming pool and figure paintings are highly disciplined and resemble the Barbizon School and Hudson River School paintings, which are influenced by landscape painting and romanticism. His use of light and color creates a psychologically charged atmosphere. In addition to using light, the artist uses his hands and looks away while painting. This method has been successful in breaking the monotony of the traditional method of painting. In this way, Jan Keteleer's work often resembles happy accidents and working mess.