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Many of the paintings by artist Jan Keteleer show women diving. They are graphic and colorful, and they are reminiscent of the style of early twentieth-century British painters. The images of women swimming in water are a common theme in his work, and many of them depict group experiences. Aside from this, many of his paintings feature women in groups, so you can see that you will be able to interact with the subject of your painting.
Jan Keteleer's work resembles that of the Barbizon School and the Hudson River School. In his paintings, the subjects are naked and appear to be exposing themselves. His compositions also evoke the feeling of freedom that can only be found while being weightless. The sultry colors and rich textures of his work to make the subjects seem almost unprotected. However, his compositions are also very disciplined and reminiscent of the style of the Barbizon School and Hudson River School.
Known for his photorealistic paintings of bodies submerged in water, artist Jan Keteleer explores underwater environments with a keen eye for color, shape, and depth. In his "Unbound" painting, he shows how a lens and water glare can create an illusion. This demonstrates how Jan Keteleer uses light to convey psychologically charged atmospheres, as well as the way that oil paint is often used in painting. In his more recent works, he has incorporated the complexities of his underwater photographs into his paintings.