This is a photopaint. It was made not from a photo, but with a photo, using the photo as a tool. You can recognize easily a photopaint because it keeps the weird perspective of our modern 32mm camera lenses. Just look at an icon size of the picture. Looks exactly like a photo? It's a photo. An artist copying from a photo will unconsciously correct a few ugly perspective details.
The important thing is not painting reality with realistic details. The important thing is what you say with your picture. Durer depicting a large turf, Vermeer showing a woman reading a letter and Caillebotte depicting the new Paris as transformed by Haussmann are saying very different things. What is important is what they say, if it touches you or not. The dexterity of their technique? I'm not sure. Technnique is a part of art, not art itself.
I'd rather paint, but photopaint is fun from time to time. Would you like me to make a tutorial?