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Artist Jan Keteleer began painting pictures of women in 2021. These paintings feature women's diving and swimming in water. They are very photorealistic, but they also have a strong emotional aspect. The painting of a woman swimming in water is highly effective at portraying the human condition. The subject never reveals her face, making the viewer feel that the subject is in a state of vulnerability.
His paintings often depict women swimming underwater or diving into the water. They are similar to the Barbizon School and Hudson River School paintings, which portray voyagers seeking truth. He also often paints in groups so that the viewer can experience the intimacy that comes with travel.
Jan Keteleer is a Belgian photographer and painter who live and work in Meersel-Dreef, Belgium. His paintings of women in pools and underwater are very realistic and reminiscent of the Barbizon School and Hudson River School, two American art movements that were influenced by romanticism. The artist is well known for manipulating the light and creating atmospheric atmospheres that are emotionally and psychologically charged.