One point Perspective

Garrett Simco

In this artwork, you can see the foreground at the bottom of the paper, and around the closest edges of the structure. The middle-ground is the part where there appears to be a hallway. The background is the area below the center of the paper, where it appears to go into the distance.
In this artwork, the large building in the background is lighter, and appears to be farther away. The buildings to the left and right are in the middle ground. The ground and people near the bottom of the painting are in the foreground.
This photo's background is smaller and less curved than the foreground, because of the high field-of-view in the picture. The middle ground is the buildings in the center of the photograph, and the foreground is the ground at the very bottom of the photo.
This painting's background is in the center, where you can see outside and the sky. The middle-ground is where the white pillars are around the center of the painting. The foreground is located where the larger and darker pillars are, on the left and right of the painting.
The background in this drawing is at the center, where you can see the windows on the far wall. The middle-ground is the inner walls of the structure. The foreground does not contain any objects, but is located in front of the whole structure.
The vanishing point is at the center, through the window on the door. That causes the background to be the back wall of the room and the outside area. The middle-ground is where the white pillars are. The foreground is at the bottom of the painting, where the objects are located.
In this painting, the background is the wall at the back of the room. The bed is in the middle ground. The foreground is at the bottom of the painting.
In this painting, the background contains the hills near the top of the painting, and the wall of the structure closest to them. The middle ground is the area that contains the gold monuments. The foreground is the area closest to the perspective that the painting was painted from.
In this painting, the background is the back wall of the room. The table is located within the middle ground. The foreground is where the people closest to the perspective are located.
The wall with the window is located in the background. The majority of the people are located in the middle-ground. The children sitting on the floor are in the foreground.
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