Trompe L’oeil “ To trick the eye”. Lienzos de fruta, Juan S an chez Cot an, 1602. Optical Illusion Appear to be 3-D Started in Ancient Roman Art. Some Rules of Trompe L’oeil. Edward Collier, 1699. No visible lines or brush strokes Transparent shadows One light source.
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Appear to be 3-D
Started in Ancient Roman Art
Some Rules of Trompe L’oeil
No visible lines or brush strokes
One light source
To Truly Trick the Eye…
Objects must be contained inside picture plane
Things must be life sized and not stick up too far off the picture plane
You know you are looking at a painting, not real life.
Ralph Goings, 1980
Most popular in American Art starting in the 1960s.
Artists openly embraced painting based on photographs for the first time.
Ralph Goings, 2006