Artistic Trickery: The Tradition of Trompe L'oeil Art
A collection of artistic works meant to "fool the eye" ranges from ancient Greece to current interior designers to show the delightful and beautiful visual jokes that artists have played as they create works startling in their verisimilitude.
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Alexander Pope American trompe I'oeil Andrea Mantegna Arts Squad Audrey Flack Barbara Dixon Drewa Bricks Thru Window building canvas Carlo Crivelli ceiling ceramics Charles Goforth Charles Willson Peale Courtesy created Cy Twombly Danton Jr date unknown Deception Decorative Domenico Remps Early trompe I'oeil famous Fire and Safety flat floor fooled Gallery Harnett Henderson and Terry illusion illusionist Isle of California John Clem Clarke John Frederick Peto John Haberle Letter Rack linear perspective look Louis-Leopold Boilly Marilyn Levine mosaic mural fig Museum of Art objects Old Time Letter painter paintings of money Peale's Peruzzi Peto's picture portrait Pups in Transit Rack with Jack Raphaelle Peale realistic Rembrandt Richard Haas Shirley Pettibone Shore at Brighton Staircase Group subjects for trompe Terry Schoonhoven Thunderbird Fire trick trompe I'oeil art trompe I'oeil artists trompe I'oeil mural trompe I'oeil painting trompe I'oeil subject Tromploy Trumpeter Swan viewer Villa Farnesina wall Wallerant Vaillant William York Zeuxis