Real Life Food Art

Now that’s what you call an oil painting! These incredible pictures look good enough to eat, but in fact they are oil paintings created by master painter Tjalf Sparnaay. His work includes paintings of chips, cheeseburgers and pastries which take weeks to create. And despite the greasy nature of his subject matter, the pieces are worth more than yesterday’s chip wrappers – selling for an eye-watering £36,000.

Now that's what you call an oil painting! These incredible pictures look good enough to eat, but in fact they are oil paintings created by master painter Tjalf Sparnaay. His work includes paintings of chips, cheeseburgers and pastries which take weeks to create. And despite the greasy nature of his subject matter, the pieces are worth more than yesterday's chip wrappers - selling for an eye-watering £36,000.

Now that's what you call an oil painting! These incredible pictures look good enough to eat, but in fact they are oil paintings created by master painter Tjalf Sparnaay. His work includes paintings of chips, cheeseburgers and pastries which take weeks to create. And despite the greasy nature of his subject matter, the pieces are worth more than yesterday's chip wrappers - selling for an eye-watering £36,000.

Now that's what you call an oil painting! These incredible pictures look good enough to eat, but in fact they are oil paintings created by master painter Tjalf Sparnaay. His work includes paintings of chips, cheeseburgers and pastries which take weeks to create. And despite the greasy nature of his subject matter, the pieces are worth more than yesterday's chip wrappers - selling for an eye-watering £36,000.

Now that's what you call an oil painting! These incredible pictures look good enough to eat, but in fact they are oil paintings created by master painter Tjalf Sparnaay. His work includes paintings of chips, cheeseburgers and pastries which take weeks to create. And despite the greasy nature of his subject matter, the pieces are worth more than yesterday's chip wrappers - selling for an eye-watering £36,000.