Renaissance Gallery

One point perspective is in an artwork that only has one vanishing point on the horizon. I have have studied artworks from the Renaissance period, I have learned that most of them use one point perspective or central perspective, to give the artwork life and make it seem as though you can step through the artwork. Artists like Diego do Siloe and Fra Carnevale used one point perspective in their artworks specifically, and the viewer can tell that by looking into the distance of the art, it eventually fades away. Most artists use this technique to make the artwork look realer and more appealing. The renaissance period was an artistic awakening and started the movement of art. Most of the artwork from this period display buildings that eventually fade into the distance. In Architectual Veduta, Martini uses columns in the foreground which capture the eyes of the viewer and then causes movement from the columns to the foreground. The artist creates this movement by placing objects in the front that the viewer will see first and the placing objects behind it which will cause the viewer to move on from the current. Artists of the Renaissance period used one point perspective to create a real life artwork and to extend the view of the art.

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