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Hyperrealistic Oil Paintings by Tobias Pinto

Tobias Lima Lopes Pinto born in 1991, is a self-taught artist based in Cologne, Germany. Tobias started his art career in a tattoo studio and soon found his deep passion for hyperrealistic oil paintings. Since then he fully dedicated himself to painting and expressing in his craft. His figurative paintings are showing the beauty on the outer surface and are pointing to a beauty that can be found inside everybody, to a moment in life, to an emotion, to a feeling.

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