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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perspective_(graphical)

Perspective in the graphic arts is an approximate representation, on a flat surface (such as paper), of an image as it is seen by the eye. The two most characteristic features of perspective are that objects are smaller as their distance from the observer ... Chinese artists made use of oblique perspective from the first or second ...

www.answers.com/Q/Why_do_artists_use_perspective_in_their_work

Why do artists use perspective in their work? ... When using the techniques of linear perspective, an artist must imagine his canvas as a window or glass pane. ... Perspective is a method that makes a drawing or painting look three- dimensional ...

www.answers.com/Q/Why_do_artists_use_perspective_drawing_in_their_work

Masaccio (early 15th century) was one of the first painters to use perspective, known as linear or scientific perspective, for the space and proportion for the ...

www.artyfactory.com/perspective_drawing/perspective_index.html

Perspective Drawing is a technique used by artists and designers to represent ... By using our site you agree to their use. ... The first has to do with how the size of objects seems to diminish according to distance: the second, the ... You can see how both of these elements work in our illustration above of some ancient ruins.

www.perspective-book.com/artist/perspective-art.html

There are also perspective art forms that make no use of flat surfaces in their final ... do not necessarily mean the viewpoint of the artist in relation to the subject.

www.webexhibits.org/sciartperspective/raphaelperspective1.html

The one-point perspective construction, with convergence of the receding ... Raphael, and places his work in the context of other significant developments of the period. ... all Renaissance artists turned to the use of perspective to enhance their ...

www.pencilkings.com/symmetry-in-art

Why do we love symmetry in art so much? ... Symmetry in art is when the elements of a painting or drawing balance each other out. ... See how the perspective lines of the walls converge towards him? ... Bridge for 10 years and the artists were allowed to continue adding to their work right up until the exhibition opened.

www.quora.com/Why-do-medieval-drawings-look-very-badly-drawn-in-comparison-to-Renaissance-art

I think Tim O'Neill's answer captures the gist of things: after all, not many Medieval painters ... Popularizing perspective fell mainly to Leon Battista Alberti, who was more of an upper-class literary ... Or take this figure of a man from the same work: ... To the Medieval artists and their patrons (Church, ruling class) concept is all.

www.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=3757092

Renaissance artist Raphael shows off the technique of perspective in The School of Athens. .... Raphael used one-point perspective to compose this work. ... The converging lines also draw our attention to the two figures. ... For more than 500 years, artists have continued to use the techniques developed during the ...

www.op-art.co.uk/history/perspective

The history and origins of Op Art part 1 (of 3) - A history of perspective from medieval art to ... How do we get around this problem? ... concept caught on and many Italian artists started to use linear perspective in their paintings. ... Picasso's most famous work, Guernica, depicts the inhumanity, brutality and hopelessness of ...