Oil painting is the process of painting with oil paint, which is obtained by mixing pigments with oil as an adhesive and binder. The oil used in oil paints is produced from different materials and by different methods, the most common of which are flax-seed oil, poppy seed oil, walnut oil and safflower oil. The type of oil is selected according to its wide range of properties, such as the amount of yellowing time or drying of the oil. There are also noticeable differences in the brightness of the oils. An artist may use several different oils in a painting depending on the type of pigment and the desired effects of the oils. Hyper-realism is a style of painting that is inspired by the art of photography. In such paintings, you see the image of a human face or drawn objects. Hyper-realism is a style of painting that depicts precise details and becomes surreal. In the definition of hyper-real painting, it can be said that it is a painting that goes even beyond the photo in showing the details and elegance of the model. According to this definition, in hyper-real painting, the artist pays the most attention to showing and depicting details, and must have such a skill that the work he creates can be equal to the photo or even look more natural than the photo. . Sometimes, due to the simplification that some artists and art lovers have committed, the definition of hyper-real has changed in some way, and any work that is very large in size and is performed with charcoal is called hyper-real. If this definition is incorrect and the hyper-real effect has nothing to do with the size and technique used; Rather, the works in which the artist has spent a lot of time and attention and depicts details such as: gender, skin, hair, the effect of light on the volume and و in such a way that no border can be drawn between it and photography can be seen in the works Hyper-real style.