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Seacoast (Red Sky, Two White Sails) - Emil Nolde

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Anish Kapoor - Untitled (1995)

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Marc Chagall ~ “Birthday, 1915

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Marc Chagall ~ “The Juggler”, 1943

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Marc Chagall ~ “The Juggler”, 1943

elisemerand:

INSTALLATION - This Brilliant Optical Illusion Makes You See A Portrait In A Pile Of ObjectsA spectacular example of forced perspective that just from the right angle makes you see a clear portrait in what actually is a pile of furniture and other household objects.The portrait is seen best inside of the frame that prevents us from distractions and the tell-tale cues of the reality. Also, it appears that a particular lens is inside of the frame that forms a more distinguished and fixed view.Unfortunately, the artist behind this mind-boggling art piece are left unknown. At least we can recognize that the man in the portrait is Ferdinand Cheval, a French postman, most famous for spending 33 years building Le Palais Idéal – his soon to be mausoleum. l Artwork by Bernard Pras l Via
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INSTALLATION - This Brilliant Optical Illusion Makes You See A Portrait In A Pile Of ObjectsA spectacular example of forced perspective that just from the right angle makes you see a clear portrait in what actually is a pile of furniture and other household objects.The portrait is seen best inside of the frame that prevents us from distractions and the tell-tale cues of the reality. Also, it appears that a particular lens is inside of the frame that forms a more distinguished and fixed view.Unfortunately, the artist behind this mind-boggling art piece are left unknown. At least we can recognize that the man in the portrait is Ferdinand Cheval, a French postman, most famous for spending 33 years building Le Palais Idéal – his soon to be mausoleum. l Artwork by Bernard Pras l Via
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INSTALLATION - This Brilliant Optical Illusion Makes You See A Portrait In A Pile Of ObjectsA spectacular example of forced perspective that just from the right angle makes you see a clear portrait in what actually is a pile of furniture and other household objects.The portrait is seen best inside of the frame that prevents us from distractions and the tell-tale cues of the reality. Also, it appears that a particular lens is inside of the frame that forms a more distinguished and fixed view.Unfortunately, the artist behind this mind-boggling art piece are left unknown. At least we can recognize that the man in the portrait is Ferdinand Cheval, a French postman, most famous for spending 33 years building Le Palais Idéal – his soon to be mausoleum. l Artwork by Bernard Pras l Via
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INSTALLATION - This Brilliant Optical Illusion Makes You See A Portrait In A Pile Of ObjectsA spectacular example of forced perspective that just from the right angle makes you see a clear portrait in what actually is a pile of furniture and other household objects.The portrait is seen best inside of the frame that prevents us from distractions and the tell-tale cues of the reality. Also, it appears that a particular lens is inside of the frame that forms a more distinguished and fixed view.Unfortunately, the artist behind this mind-boggling art piece are left unknown. At least we can recognize that the man in the portrait is Ferdinand Cheval, a French postman, most famous for spending 33 years building Le Palais Idéal – his soon to be mausoleum. l Artwork by Bernard Pras l Via
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INSTALLATION - This Brilliant Optical Illusion Makes You See A Portrait In A Pile Of ObjectsA spectacular example of forced perspective that just from the right angle makes you see a clear portrait in what actually is a pile of furniture and other household objects.The portrait is seen best inside of the frame that prevents us from distractions and the tell-tale cues of the reality. Also, it appears that a particular lens is inside of the frame that forms a more distinguished and fixed view.Unfortunately, the artist behind this mind-boggling art piece are left unknown. At least we can recognize that the man in the portrait is Ferdinand Cheval, a French postman, most famous for spending 33 years building Le Palais Idéal – his soon to be mausoleum. l Artwork by Bernard Pras l Via
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elisemerand:

INSTALLATION - This Brilliant Optical Illusion Makes You See A Portrait In A Pile Of Objects
A spectacular example of forced perspective that just from the right angle makes you see a clear portrait in what actually is a pile of furniture and other household objects.
The portrait is seen best inside of the frame that prevents us from distractions and the tell-tale cues of the reality. Also, it appears that a particular lens is inside of the frame that forms a more distinguished and fixed view.
Unfortunately, the artist behind this mind-boggling art piece are left unknown. At least we can recognize that the man in the portrait is Ferdinand Cheval, a French postman, most famous for spending 33 years building Le Palais Idéal – his soon to be mausoleum. l Artwork by Bernard Pras l Via

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Artist Name: KIMKIMA

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one moment view series 2014- KIMKIMA

< oil on canvas and paper >

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Born on this day, Marc Chagall nevver:

Born on this day, Marc Chagall nevver:

Born on this day, Marc Chagall

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Born on this day, Marc Chagall

“@artlog: #ARTLOG Remembers Frida Kahlo today on the anniversary of her Birthday. This is “The Two Fridas”… http://Instagram.com/p/qHmAlti7n3/”