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Which two ancient Greek painters were masters of illusion?

Zeuxis and Parrhasius

The Painted Garden from the Villa of Livia is one of the finest landscapes painted by the
Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci


Trompe l’oeil means "fools the eye"


. Illusion cannot be created using the medium of fresco


Who advised artists in his treatise On Painting that paintings should look like illusionary

Leon Battista Alberti

The oculus in Andrea Mantegna’s Camera degli Sposi in the Ducal Palace in Mantua:

is just a painted illusion

Andrea Mantegna included a peacock, to represent marriage, on the ceiling of the room he painted
for the Duke of Mantua


. Parmigianino created his skillful and unusual Self-portrait in a Convex Mirror to give to Pope
Clement VII because he thought it might help him to get commissions for more artworks


Parmigianino’s Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror is a:

photograph pasted onto a piece of convex wood

Parnassus, Disputa, and Jurisprudence are the titles of three paintings—along with Raphael’s
School of Athens—in the library of Pope Julius II in the Vatican.


What theme is not represented in the paintings that decorate the walls of the library of Pope Julius
II in the Vatican?


Which artist was investigated by the US Treasury Department for counterfeiting because his
painting of a dollar bill looked so real?

William Harnett

Which part of William Harnett’s The Old Violin is real and not just painted?

the blue envelope

William Hogarth’s False Perspective demonstrates incorrect applications of the laws of


Julian Beever is ________.

a sidewalk chalk artist working today

Which artist creates incredibly convincing sculptures of everyday people?

Duane Hanson

Ancient Greek architects were not aware of how optical illusions could skew the appearance of


When columns are intentionally designed to swell at the midpoint, this is called ________.


The Palazzo del Tè in Mantua is falling apart (triglyphs are slipping and columns have broken in
two) due to age and poor construction.


Which part of René Magritte’s The Human Condition is painted?

. everything is painted except the canvas on the easel, which is a photograph ????

Magritte questions the idea of the "illusionistic window" in his work The Human Condition.


Cubist paintings are completely non-objective and do not contain any recognizable objects.


Fanny/Fingerpainting was ________.

Made with the artist’s finger and thumb prints

Which element of Audrey Flack’s Marilyn (Vanitas) can be linked to the term vanitas?

all of the other answers

What elements have an ambiguous reflection in Édouard Manet’s A Bar at the Folies-Bergère?

all of the other answers


a technique used to distort an image so that it is clear from only one viewpoint


a technique used to show the projection of an object into space


the round central opening of a dome


a representation of a naked child, especially a cherub or a cupid in Renaissance art.


reminders of mortality


a visual swelling at the midpoint of columns

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