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Trompe-l'œil -Mural in Schwetzingen, Germany (the view "through" the wall at the end)
Vittorio Carpaccio (1460–1525) and Jacopo de' Barbari (c.1440–before 1516) added small trompe-l'œil features to their paintings, playfully exploring the boundary between image and reality.
Trompe-l'œil - Rudelle --Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia -Jacqueline Kennedy's dressing room-
Trompe-l'œil - 19th century marble bust with apparently transparent veil, Bankfield Museum
German Trompe l'Oeil by Surface Fragments 2, via Flickr
Herrenhausen - painted figure of #Zeus (Jupiter) and his eagle - #Hanover, Germany #baroque
Part of the Katowice Street Art Festival in Poland. Oh great, who left the world on while we were out?
Photo from Grand' Place, Bruxelles, Capital Region of Brussels, BE
how amazing is the Trompe-l'œil on this seat! It looks so real
ya never know when your ship will come in..
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