This week, the Camron interns visited The National Gallery to see Clive Head’s remarkable paintings of London. The three works on display are examples of ‘extreme photo realism’ and make you wonder if you are looking at a photograph. But the paintings have achieved what no camera lens can do in terms of perspective and detail, creating a sense of movement which draws you in to the image. The exhibition book, Clive Head by Michael Paraskos, shows even more iconic views of London and New York.
Written by Camron intern April Robinson