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Tromp l'oeil

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An exploration into artists who try to "fool the eye". Visit the ISB Art History channel (http://vimeo.com/channels/isbarthistorychannel) and my website (http://mountains.brianreverman.com/) for …

An exploration into artists who try to "fool the eye". Visit the ISB Art History channel (http://vimeo.com/channels/isbarthistorychannel) and my website (http://mountains.brianreverman.com/) for additional resources.

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  • 1. Trompe l’oeil Fool the eye
  • 2. Pompeian painter around 70 AD
  • 3. Medieval painting, artist unknown, Russia
  • 4. Lorenzo Monaco, Madonna of Humility, 1415 - 20 Leonardo Da Vinci, Madonna with the Yarnwinder, 1510
  • 5. Raphael, Marriage of the Virgin, 1504
  • 6. Petrus Christus , Portrait of a Cathusian , 1446
  • 7. Petrus Christus , Portrait of a Cathusian , 1446
  • 8. Andrea Mantegna, Ceiling Occulus, 1474
  • 9. Renaissance Naturalism Baroque Illusionism 15th – 16th centuries 17th and 18th centuries Intention To create a “transparent window” onto the world To bring into question the nature of perception Context Development of a renewed interest in “humanism” and a the value of life on earth Response to the many revolutions (scientific, religious, political) and the “authority of perception” Stylistic priorities Obsession with the representation Use of artistic virtuosity to make of space using naturalistic viewers question “what is real” perspective
  • 10. Jacopo d’Barberi, Still-Life with Partridge and Iron Gloves, 1504
  • 11. Füssli, Johann Heinrich, Trompe-l'oeil 1750
  • 12. John Pugh
  • 13. John Pugh
  • 14. 18th Century Ceramic - France
  • 15. 18th Century Ceramic - France
  • 16. 18th Century Ceramic - France
  • 17. 18th Century Ceramic - France
  • 18. Karen Dahl, Skating Cabbage with Crayons
  • 19. Dan Anderson
  • 20. Dan Anderson
  • 21. Dan Anderson
  • 22. Dan Anderson
  • 23. Dan Anderson
  • 24. Dan Anderson
  • 25. Eric Serritella
  • 26. Eric Serritella
  • 27. Eric Serritella
  • 28. Eric Serritella
  • 29. Eric Serritella
  • 30. Gail Kaplan
  • 31. Janet Halligan
  • 32. Janet Halligan
  • 33. Janet Halligan
  • 34. Janet Halligan
  • 35. Janet Halligan
  • 36. Geoffrey Luff
  • 37. Geoffrey Luff
  • 38. Geoffrey Luff
  • 39. Geoffrey Luff
  • 40. Kate Hopkins-Searle
  • 41. Kate Hopkins-Searle
  • 42. Kate Hopkins-Searle
  • 43. Kate Hopkins-Searle
  • 44. Kate Hopkins-Searle
  • 45. Richard Shaw
  • 46. Richard Shaw
  • 47. Richard Shaw
  • 48. Richard Shaw
  • 49. Richard Shaw
  • 50. Richard Shaw
  • 51. Marilyn Levine
  • 52. Marilyn Levine
  • 53. Marilyn Levine
  • 54. Marilyn Levine
  • 55. Marilyn Levine
  • 56. Marilyn Levine
  • 57. Sylvia Hyman
  • 58. Sylvia Hyman
  • 59. Sylvia Hyman
  • 60. Sylvia Hyman
  • 61. Sylvia Hyman
  • 62. Sylvia Hyman
  • 63. Sylvia Hyman
  • 64. Works Cited "Trompe L'oeil." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 30 July 2013. Web. 08 Aug. 2013. Zamora, Lois P. "Trompe L'oeil Tricks:Borges' Baroque Illusionism." Trompe L'oeil Tricks. University of Houston, n.d. Web. 08 Aug. 2013.

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