Definitions for "MAGIC REALISM"
Originally Latin-American literary phenomenon characterized by the use of fantastic or mythical elements into otherwise realistic fiction. Now also applied to art works.
(or sharp-focus realism). German art critic Franz Roh coined this phrase in 1924 to describe the less expressive (and more conservative) element of the neue sachlichkeit.
genre of meticulously realistic painting of imaginary scenes and fantastic images
An American offshoot of the Surrealist movement lead by Paul Cadmus.
A style of painting which renders a perfect representation of the subject with great attention to details but with unreal connotation.