Trompe l’oeil
Fool the eye
Pompeian painter around 70 AD
Medieval painting, artist unknown, Russia
Lorenzo Monaco, Madonna
of Humility, 1415 - 20

Leonardo Da Vinci, Madonna
with the Yarnwinder, 1510
Raphael, Marriage of the Virgin, 1504
Petrus Christus , Portrait of a Cathusian , 1446
Petrus Christus , Portrait of a Cathusian , 1446
Andrea Mantegna, Ceiling Occulus, 1474
Renaissance Naturalism

Baroque Illusionism

15th – 16th centuries

17th and 18th centuries

Intention

To create a “trans...
Jacopo d’Barberi, Still-Life with Partridge and Iron Gloves, 1504
Füssli, Johann Heinrich, Trompe-l'oeil 1750
John Pugh
John Pugh
18th Century Ceramic - France
18th Century Ceramic - France
18th Century Ceramic - France
18th Century Ceramic - France
Karen Dahl, Skating Cabbage with Crayons
Dan Anderson
Dan Anderson
Dan Anderson
Dan Anderson
Dan Anderson
Dan Anderson
Eric Serritella
Eric Serritella
Eric Serritella
Eric Serritella
Eric Serritella
Gail Kaplan
Janet Halligan
Janet Halligan
Janet Halligan
Janet Halligan
Janet Halligan
Geoffrey Luff
Geoffrey Luff
Geoffrey Luff
Geoffrey Luff
Kate Hopkins-Searle
Kate Hopkins-Searle
Kate Hopkins-Searle
Kate Hopkins-Searle
Kate Hopkins-Searle
Richard Shaw
Richard Shaw
Richard Shaw
Richard Shaw
Richard Shaw
Richard Shaw
Marilyn Levine
Marilyn Levine
Marilyn Levine
Marilyn Levine
Marilyn Levine
Marilyn Levine
Sylvia Hyman
Sylvia Hyman
Sylvia Hyman
Sylvia Hyman
Sylvia Hyman
Sylvia Hyman
Sylvia Hyman
Works Cited
"Trompe L'oeil." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 30 July 2013.
Web. 08 Aug. 2013.
Zamora, Lois P. "Trompe L'o...
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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 additional resources.

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Tromp l'oeil

  1. 1. Trompe l’oeil Fool the eye
  2. 2. Pompeian painter around 70 AD
  3. 3. Medieval painting, artist unknown, Russia
  4. 4. Lorenzo Monaco, Madonna of Humility, 1415 - 20 Leonardo Da Vinci, Madonna with the Yarnwinder, 1510
  5. 5. Raphael, Marriage of the Virgin, 1504
  6. 6. Petrus Christus , Portrait of a Cathusian , 1446
  7. 7. Petrus Christus , Portrait of a Cathusian , 1446
  8. 8. Andrea Mantegna, Ceiling Occulus, 1474
  9. 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. 10. Jacopo d’Barberi, Still-Life with Partridge and Iron Gloves, 1504
  11. 11. Füssli, Johann Heinrich, Trompe-l'oeil 1750
  12. 12. John Pugh
  13. 13. John Pugh
  14. 14. 18th Century Ceramic - France
  15. 15. 18th Century Ceramic - France
  16. 16. 18th Century Ceramic - France
  17. 17. 18th Century Ceramic - France
  18. 18. Karen Dahl, Skating Cabbage with Crayons
  19. 19. Dan Anderson
  20. 20. Dan Anderson
  21. 21. Dan Anderson
  22. 22. Dan Anderson
  23. 23. Dan Anderson
  24. 24. Dan Anderson
  25. 25. Eric Serritella
  26. 26. Eric Serritella
  27. 27. Eric Serritella
  28. 28. Eric Serritella
  29. 29. Eric Serritella
  30. 30. Gail Kaplan
  31. 31. Janet Halligan
  32. 32. Janet Halligan
  33. 33. Janet Halligan
  34. 34. Janet Halligan
  35. 35. Janet Halligan
  36. 36. Geoffrey Luff
  37. 37. Geoffrey Luff
  38. 38. Geoffrey Luff
  39. 39. Geoffrey Luff
  40. 40. Kate Hopkins-Searle
  41. 41. Kate Hopkins-Searle
  42. 42. Kate Hopkins-Searle
  43. 43. Kate Hopkins-Searle
  44. 44. Kate Hopkins-Searle
  45. 45. Richard Shaw
  46. 46. Richard Shaw
  47. 47. Richard Shaw
  48. 48. Richard Shaw
  49. 49. Richard Shaw
  50. 50. Richard Shaw
  51. 51. Marilyn Levine
  52. 52. Marilyn Levine
  53. 53. Marilyn Levine
  54. 54. Marilyn Levine
  55. 55. Marilyn Levine
  56. 56. Marilyn Levine
  57. 57. Sylvia Hyman
  58. 58. Sylvia Hyman
  59. 59. Sylvia Hyman
  60. 60. Sylvia Hyman
  61. 61. Sylvia Hyman
  62. 62. Sylvia Hyman
  63. 63. Sylvia Hyman
  64. 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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