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Jan Keteleer is a belgian artist who create photorealistic paintings of landscapes, figures in water, and bodies on tightropes. His paintings use light manipulation to create psychologically charged atmospheres. His subjects are never shown with their faces, but their bodies are always submerged in the water or wrapped in sheets. These are the most powerful and haunting images of this artist.
Unlike his earlier works, this artist uses color to convey a sense of loneliness and isolation. Many of his female subjects appear exposed and free in his paintings, and some even have the appearance of floating. However, it is the depth of their bodies that make the work emotionally challenging. In contrast, the artist's recent works capture a feeling of elation and wonderment.