Every so often the art world churns out a story which is undeniably and deliciously ridiculous. Like, for instance, the residents of St. Petersburg holding a vote to decide whether or not their 5-metre plastic statue of 629 more words
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For this exercise I must research some of the ways in which trompe-l’oeil has been exploited in works of art, particularly in decorative schemes.
According to the Tate: Trompe-l’oeil is a “French phrase meaning ‘deceives the eye’, which is used to describe paintings that create the illusion of a real object or scene” (Tate, n.d.). 84 more words