A look into perspective

Gabriel Zeitune

This painting by Johannes Bosboom makes use of linear perspective with lines that go to a vanishing point at the lower left portion of the painting.
This painting by Bernardo Belloto is a great example of linear perspective. It is the best technique to paint buildings and architecture as they follow lines.
This painting has two lines of perspective that follow the direction of the river to make the impression of it turning right and going behind the buildings.
This painting has lines that go to a vanishing point in the middle of the scene.
This painting makes use of linear perspective but the most amazing thing is the level of detail you can see when you zoom in.
This painting uses linear perspective with its vanishing point slightly to the left.
This painting have two rooms with slightly different vanishing points from each other. The outer one being to the left and the one inside to the right.
To recreate the architecture of the cathedral the painter made use of linear perspective.
This painting has a vanishing point that is off from the scene so we can't see its ending.
To paint buildings you have to make use of linear perspective to recreate it close to reality.
Linear perspective was used to recreate the sense of depth of the buildings and scene.
Linear perspective is being used with lines pointing to a vanishing point a little low and to the left.
To paint the room the painter made use of linear perspective to be as loyal as possible to the real thing.
The painter used lines that go to a vanishing point at the lower left corner of the scene.
This painting uses linear perspective with lines that goes to a vanishing point in the middle and also have pillars oh the foreground to add more depth.
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