Renaissance Perspective

The works included in this gallery are "Perspective Scenery," an architectural drawing by Diego de Siloe, "The Ideal City," a painting demonstrating urban planning, by Fra Carnevale, "Architectural Veduta," another painting demonstrating urban planning, by Francesco di Giorgio Martini, and "St. Bernardino Preaching," a painting illustrating a scene taking place outside a church, possibly by Lorenzo di Pietro di Giovanni Vecchietta.                                                      One-point perspective is a type of perspective including a horizon line and a vanishing point from which lines radiate outwardly to make an object appear 3-D on a 2-D surface. This method of creating depth was used largely during the Renaissance period, as much of the artwork from this time focused on architecture and realism.

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