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Can the Untrained Eye Recognize Design

Henri_Fantin-Latour_-_Chrysanthemums,_1876

Painting by Fantin Latour

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Welcome back everyone! Today we have a fun little quiz of sorts to test your sense of design. We’ve been at this design stuff for a while now, so you should be able to spot a designed image from the others.

Below are some random examples of flower still life’s. Some very easy to tell that they are amateur, some difficult. Even if this is your first time to this site, can you guess the one’s that speak to you in a different way. Do some of them grab your interest and you don’t know why? Click on the image to reveal if you have guessed completely wrong, or if you’ve got a sensitivity when it comes to great art. If you are correct, it will lead you to the artists name…if you’re wrong….let’s just say I wouldn’t want to be in your shoes! 😛

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amateurflower

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GarageSalePainting

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unknownStillLife

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flowerStillLife2-unknown

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Ignace_Fantin_Latour

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orange_flower_painting_floral_still_life_ac39c0c1c4e8f1e195cf80c06c9549a8

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chrysanthemums-1889

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Jean_Baptiste_Monnoyer

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M.-Zsolnay_Flower_Still-life_with_Apricots

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brueghel-still-life-with-flowers-in-a-glass-vanitas-painting

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Rachel-Ruysch---I

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AdolpheMonticelli

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Ruysch_Flower

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vincent_van_gogh_flowers

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child

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renoir

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LenaKurovska2010

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Jan_Zwara_Floral_Still_Life_20x24

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vangogh

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ValarieSnyderFlowers

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Bouquet_(Jan_Brueghel_the_Elder)

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