I've always been interested in the trompe l'oeil technique and the huge variation in the kinds of scenes that painters portray. I have seen traditonal bucolic farm scenes, beautiful 'sea views' as well as more modern street art style comedic options of what might be outside the wall. It's a great way to make the most of large walls and always gets conversations started as it invites people to explore the different ideas of a beautiful view. This blog has a collection of great trompe l'oeil paintings I've seen, as well as tips on choosing a great painter if you'd like one in your home.
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