My respect to Perspective

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Central avenue, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Brazil, Ferrez, Marc, circa 1910, From the collection of: Instituto Moreira Salles
I chose this because it is a beautiful drawing using perspective compared to the original photo.
Coming from the Mill, LS Lowry, 1930 - 1930, From the collection of: The Lowry
Even though the colors are flat and bland the image still pops because of the use of perspective on the buildings.
Wedding Supper, Martin van Meytens, 1763, From the collection of: Schönbrunn Palace
I chose this because of the use of one point perspective. It seems like all the lines in the painting are directed at one point called the vanishing point.
I chose this because of the use of 3 point perspective. The tower lines are directed in 3 directions giving the sense of depth and realism.
Bucentaur's return to the pier by the Palazzo Ducale, Giovanni Antonio Canal, 1728/1729, From the collection of: The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts
This image shows the use of two point perspective and even atmospheric perspective.
Perspective of gardens, Jacques Rousseau, Around 1674, From the collection of: Palace of Versailles
This piece is a painting on a wall to make it seem like there is an actual walkway there when there really isn't to make the place look bigger. This is a great example of one point perspective.
Perspective scenery, Diego de Siloé, Second third of 16th century, From the collection of: Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, Barcelona
I chose this image because it shows amazing use of one point perspective. This was also around the time that people started drawing perspective.
Projet A.C.T. Architecture (Renaud Bardon, Pierre Colboc, Jean-Paul Philippon). Coupe perspective générale, Design by A.C.T. Architecture (Renaud Bardon, Pierre Colboc, Jean-Paul Philippon). General section perspective, Octobre 1979, From the collection of: Musée d’Orsay, Paris
Architects use perspective because it gives a sense of realism and where everything needs to go on a build. Kind of like concept art for a game.
City Hall Square, Augsburg, Wolfgang Lettl, 1950, From the collection of: Lettl Collection
This is another artwork that shows the use of two point perspective. All of the buildings lines lead off into two vanishing points.
Paris, Vert Galant, Wolfgang Lettl, 1942, From the collection of: Lettl Collection
The use of perspective helps artist draw real life places and thats why i chose this piece.
Augsburg, Bäckergasse, Wolfgang Lettl, 1947, From the collection of: Lettl Collection
The use of perspective here brings realism to this desolate and war torn painting.
Easter, Jan Preisler, 1895, From the collection of: Olomouc Museum of Art
This piece is a great example of atmospheric perspective and its the reason why i chose this work of art.
Skagway from End of Wharf - Cold Wind - Ugh!, Emily Carr, 1907, From the collection of: Royal BC Museum
This is another piece that shows atmospheric perspective.
Ada and Louise Outside Cedar Canim's House, Emily Carr, circa 1898, From the collection of: Royal BC Museum
This piece shows two point perspective and also atmospheric perspective as well.
The Arch of Titus in Rome, Constantin Hansen, 1839, From the collection of: SMK - Statens Museum for Kunst
This painting shows the use of two point perspective and perspective helped the artist create a real life piece of architecture on paper.
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