At Shareably, we are huge fans of optical illusions and visual puzzles. I don’t know about you, but I get a huge kick out of solving these tricky puzzles. report this ad Ill be honest though, the two optical illusion puzzles presented below really stumped me. I had to stare at them for a long …


We are huge fans of optical illusions and visual puzzles. I don’t know about you, but I get a huge kick out of solving these tricky puzzles.

Ill be honest though, the two optical illusion puzzles presented below really stumped me. I had to stare at them for a long time before I figured out the answers. Be sure to chime in with your answers in the comment section below. I’m curious to hear how many horses you were able to find!

Artist Bev Doolittle
painted a gorgeous painting titled  Pintos back in 1975. Bev and her husband were traveling around the southwestern region of America when they encountered a herd of chestnut horses. Instantly, Bev was inspired and knew what she had to paint next. The way these chestnut horses stared and marveled at her and her husband left an unforgettable memory in Bev’s mind, and in  Pintos, she brought what she saw to canvas.

There’s just one problem. How many horses are in the picture
?


Many people are confused and stumped by the number of horses in this painting. Look below if you want the answer.


There are five horses in the painting. The first two are rather easy to identify. You can see a horse’s head on the left and a foal on the right.

The horses in the middle really trick your eye. Bev cleverly painted them so one was in front and blocking the view of the one behind it. You only know there’s a horse behind because there’s a head sticking out!

If you want another optical illusion puzzle that involves horses, then look at the painting by artist Jim Warren

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