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2012-06-12 01:50:00 GMT2012-06-12 09:50:00(Beijing Time)  SINA.com

Strawberries (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery)

Strawberries (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery) Solstice II (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery)

Hollyhocks (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery)

Strawberries (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery) Solstice II (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery) Hollyhocks (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery) Everything I Want is Expensive (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery) 5 O'clock Shadow (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery) Fertility (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery) Four Marbles (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery) Golden Russet (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery) Green Bottle (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery) Metropolis (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery)

Green Bottle (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery)

Golden Russet (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery)

Fertility (Courtesy of Jason de Graaf/Plus One Gallery)

Canadian artist Jason de Graaf creates acrylic paintings so detailed that upon first glance the viewer may mistake the work for a still-life photograph.

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