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Docks Oyster Bar
By Jim Jackson
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Photorealism: Docks Oyster Bar Matchbook Giclee Artwork by Jim Jackson Framed giclée on museum-grade canvas by Jim Jackson. Numbered au verso. Photo is of the actual artwork piece. ...
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2010s Photorealist Interior Prints

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Canvas, Ink

  • Docks Oyster Bar
  • Docks Oyster Bar
H 18 in. W 24 in. D 2 in.
MacArthur Park
By Jim Jackson
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Photorealism: MacArthur Park Matchbook Giclee Artwork by Jim Jackson Framed giclée on museum-grade canvas by Jim Jackson. Numbered au verso. Photo is of the actual artwork piece. N...
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2010s Photorealist Interior Prints

Materials

Canvas, Ink

  • MacArthur Park
  • MacArthur Park
H 18 in. W 24 in. D 2 in.
La Samanna
By Jim Jackson
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Photorealism: La Samanna Matchbook Giclee Artwork by Jim Jackson Framed giclée on museum-grade canvas by Jim Jackson. Numbered au verso. Photo is of the actual artwork piece. Not r...
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2010s Photorealist Interior Prints

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Canvas, Ink

  • La Samanna
  • La Samanna
H 18 in. W 24 in. D 2 in.
Union Oyster House
By Jim Jackson
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Photorealism: Union Oyster House Matchbook Giclee Artwork by Jim Jackson Framed giclée on museum-grade canvas by Jim Jackson. Numbered au verso. Photo is of the actual artwork piece...
Category

2010s Photorealist Interior Prints

Materials

Canvas, Ink

  • Union Oyster House
  • Union Oyster House
H 18 in. W 24 in. D 2 in.
Shun Lee
By Jim Jackson
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Photorealism: Shun Lee Matchbook Giclee Artwork by Jim Jackson Framed giclée on museum-grade canvas by Jim Jackson. Numbered au verso. Photo is of the actual artwork piece. Not rol...
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2010s Photorealist Interior Prints

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Canvas, Ink

  • Shun Lee
  • Shun Lee
H 18 in. W 24 in. D 2 in.
Cafe Des Artistes
By Jim Jackson
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Photorealism: Cafe Des Artistes Matchbook Giclee Artwork by Jim Jackson Framed giclée on museum-grade canvas by Jim Jackson. Numbered au verso. Photo is of the actual artwork piece....
Category

2010s Photorealist Interior Prints

Materials

Canvas, Ink

  • Cafe Des Artistes
  • Cafe Des Artistes
H 18 in. W 24 in. D 2 in.
House of Chan
By Jim Jackson
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Photorealism: House of Chan Matchbook Giclee Artwork by Jim Jackson Framed giclée on museum-grade canvas by Jim Jackson. Numbered au verso. Photo is of the actual artwork piece. No...
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2010s Photorealist Interior Prints

Materials

Canvas, Ink

  • House of Chan
  • House of Chan
H 18 in. W 24 in. D 2 in.
Russian Tea Room Original Oil Painting
By Jim Jackson
Located in Boca Raton, FL
This is not a photo. It is an oil painting by Jim Jackson.

 Photorealism is a genre of oil painting in which a painting, when viewed from ten or twenty feet away, looks exactly l...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Union Oyster House Original Oil Painting
By Jim Jackson
Located in Boca Raton, FL
This is not a photo. It is an oil painting by Jim Jackson.

 Photorealism is a genre of oil painting in which a painting, when viewed from ten or twenty feet away, looks exactly l...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Still-life Paintings

Materials

Oil

Russian Tea Room
By Jim Jackson
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Photorealism: Russian Tea Room Matchbook Giclee Artwork by Jim Jackson Framed giclée on museum-grade canvas by Jim Jackson. Numbered au verso. Photo is of the actual artwork piece. ...
Category

2010s Photorealist Interior Prints

Materials

Canvas, Ink

  • Russian Tea Room
  • Russian Tea Room
H 18 in. W 24 in. D 2 in.
La Samanna -- Original Oil Painting
By Jim Jackson
Located in Boca Raton, FL
This is not a photo. It is an oil painting by Jim Jackson. Photorealism is a genre of oil painting in which a painting, when viewed from ten or twenty feet away, looks exactly li...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Photorealist Still-life Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Shun Lee Original Oil Painting
By Jim Jackson
Located in Boca Raton, FL
This is not a photo. It is an oil painting by Jim Jackson. Photorealism is a genre of oil painting in which a painting, when viewed from ten or twenty feet away, looks exactly li...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Photorealist Still-life Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

La Samanna Giclee on Canvas
By Jim Jackson
Located in Boca Raton, FL
The perfect gift for one with fond memories of a vacation at La Samanna. La Samanna is a hotel on the half-French, half-Dutch island of Saint Martin in the French West Indies. It is...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Photorealist Interior Prints

Materials

Canvas, Inkjet

Jim Jackson For Sale on 1stDibs

Surely you’ll find the exact jim jackson you’re seeking on 1stDibs — we’ve got a vast assortment for sale. There are many Photorealist and Pop Art versions of these works for sale. On 1stDibs, the right jim jackson is waiting for you and the choices span a range of colors that includes brown, black, gray and beige. Artworks like these of any era or style can make for thoughtful decor in any space, but a selection from our variety of those made in canvas, fabric and ink can add an especially memorable touch. A large jim jackson can be an attractive addition to some spaces, while smaller examples are available — approximately spanning 18 high and 24 wide — and may be better suited to a more modest living area.

How Much is a Jim Jackson?

The price for a jim jackson in our collection starts at $105 and tops out at $1,800 with the average selling for $105.

A Close Look at Photorealist Art

A direct challenge to Abstract Expressionism’s subjectivity and gestural vigor, Photorealism was informed by the Pop predilection for representational imagery, popular iconography and tools, like projectors and airbrushes, borrowed from the worlds of commercial art and design.

Whether gritty or gleaming, the subject matter favored by Photorealists is instantly, if vaguely, familiar. It’s the stuff of yellowing snapshots and fugitive memories. The bland and the garish alike flicker between crystal-clear reality and dreamy illusion, inviting the viewer to contemplate a single moment rather than igniting a story.

The virtues of the “photo” in Photorealist art — infused as they are with dazzling qualities that are easily blurred in reproduction — are as elusive as they are allusive. “Much Photorealist painting has the vacuity of proportion and intent of an idiot-savant, long on look and short on personal timbre,” John Arthur wrote (rather admiringly) in the catalogue essay for Realism/Photorealism, a 1980 exhibition at the Philbrook Museum of Art, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. At its best, Photorealism is a perpetually paused tug-of-war between the sacred and the profane, the general and the specific, the record and the object.

Robert Bechtle invented Photorealism, in 1963,” says veteran art dealer Louis Meisel. “He took a picture of himself in the mirror with the car outside and then painted it. That was the first one.”

The meaning of the term, which began for Meisel as “a superficial way of defining and promoting a group of painters,” evolved with time, and the core group of Photorealists slowly expanded to include younger artists who traded Rolleiflexes for 60-megapixel cameras, using advanced digital technology to create paintings that transcend the detail of conventional photographs.

On 1stDibs, the collection of Photorealist art includes work by Richard Estes, Ralph Goings, Chuck Close, Audrey Flack, Charles Bell and others.