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The more decorative use of trompe l’oeil is create 3D carved shapes over faux finishes in this example we have painted faux limed oak and then painted a realistic looking carved pattern in the surface... Read More
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In this mural I have employed trompe l’oeil techniques again using perspective and the rooms real architectural details to open up this flat wall to a long corridor. In this case it is most effective ... Read More
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In this mural in a hall I have used trompe l’oeil and perspective to help lure us into viewing a courtyard with a room that has a broken wall with an English river scene beyond. In effect we have fou... Read More
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A flat wall with various trompe l’oeil techniques below there is a door tricking us to believe that there is another room waiting to be entered and above there is a Michelangelo fresco hidden below ... Read More
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Most people who have an interest in decorative art these day know the term “Trompe L’oeil” originating from French as many other decorative terms (marouflage, decoupage). These are words which us d... Read More
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MichelAngelo’s Sistine Chapel in a bathroom painted using oil pigments and crackle glazes and antique oil washes by mural artist Richard Bagguley 1989 Read More
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Lydias Garden Pompeii painted with oil pigments and finished with antique washes of oil paints by mural artist Richard Bagguley 1995 Read More
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