A painting by Australian artist, Javi Jobe, which has gone viral online, has been widely criticised for its use of oils.
The artist, whose real name is Jeremy Jobe and has been making headlines for his art, is known for his intricate oil paintings, including some which use oil paints.
In one of his works, Jobe uses an oil painting to show the life of a man, wearing a white coat and a white shirt.
The paintings are highly realistic depictions of everyday life, often depicting a man in a similar situation to what a person might face.
However, some people have criticised the painting for being too realistic, with some even criticising the artist for using oils in his paintings.
Jobe has since apologised for his work, saying he has made some errors in the past.
“I apologise to the world, to my fans and to all of the people who have seen the painting,” Jobe wrote on his Facebook page.
A similar controversy has erupted after a painting by Japanese artist Tetsuya Nakamura, which was widely criticised online.
The art was published in Japanese newspaper Nikkei Shimbun in December, and has since gone viral.
“I did not intend to make a painting that depicted death, but instead to portray the lives of ordinary people,” Nakamura said in a statement.
“This painting was meant to be an expression of the reality that life is not what it seems.”