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Zeuxis was an ancient Greek painter, born in 464 BC. His paintings were best known for their unique subject matter. He created illusionistic paintings. One of his works that gave him fame was a painting of a bowl of grapes that appeared so lifelike that birds flew down to peck at them. However, another painting where he painted a boy holding a bunch of grapes, made him very disappointed, and he assumed that he had failed this time. Birds did not peck at the grapes! Why did he assume that he had failed, and why didn’t the birds peck at the grapes?
Choose the best possible option from the following using this form
A. Birds did not peck at the grapes because the boy was holding them tight.
B. His technique of creating illusion in his paintings was no more unique.
C. The grapes in the latter painting were not much realistic as compared to those in the earlier painting.
D. Zeuxis was disappointed with his latter painting because he thought that it was not as good as his first painting.
E. Birds avoid to be at places where a human being is present, and so they did not peck at the grapes in the painting where the boy was also present.
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