|Size||210 × 210 mm|
Illusion. Middle English (in the sense ‘deceiving, deception’): via old French
from Latin illusio(n- ), from illudere 'to mock'. from in- ‘against’ + ludere ‘play’.
Something that is not what it seems to be, a deceptive appearance or impression.
-An idea or belief that is not true, trickery to the eye or the mind.