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linear perspective

A visual cue for perceiving depth, where convergence of parallel lines indicates a greater distance.
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For one, linear perspective does mimic a 3 dimensional overview of the landscape.
The Trinity shows both the realistic rendering offigures, their stances, gestures, and facial expressions, and the application of linear perspective to the architectural elements such as the barrel-vaulted ceiling.
Broadly ukiyo-e's spatial aesthetic is a combination of the spatial principles derived from the two main orthodox artistic academies of the period, the Kano and Tosa schools, and Western linear perspective.
Edgerton, Samuel (1975), The Renaissance Rediscovery of Linear Perspective.
Chapter two presents the parts of Lucretius's de rerum natura that discuss simulacra, optical illusions, linear perspective, and effects of distance, particularly Lucretius's explanation for why things far away are seen as such in the mirror and not as if upon its surface.
In order to map the three-dimensional world on a two-dimensional plane, linear perspective drawing requires the artist/viewer to imagine him/herself as situated behind a window, which in some later drawings is actually represented as a grid through which the artist/viewer looks at the world.
The engravings capture the Italian-style stagings that were all the rage in the 1600s and 1700s as well as the practice of actors wearing contemporary European dress regardless of the play's time or place and the linear perspective of the scenic effects.
From painting from sketches and photos and handling still lifes from a different perspective to developing linear perspective, this is a 'must' for any library catering to newcomers to watercolor painting.
The linear perspective is intuitive; the exponential perspective is historically accurate.
Anamorphosis is the exemplary test case because, unlike linear perspective schemes that treat the eye as disembodied (a "mind's eye"), it invokes a series of "ludic juxtapositions" (25) between the Cartesian subject and the ideal viewpoint of linear perspective.
CyRomaCO with a timeless neo classical silhouette and fuller definition sits lower on the body, elongating the linear perspective of form and CyMilanoCO with a fitted slim silhouette favouring angular narrow cut shoulders, and shorter jacket length, that gives it an air of formal contemporary elegance.
s developmental model of children's art that associates western linear perspective in art with maturity.

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