PERSPECTIVE Creates depth IN Paintings

Here are 15 images of paintings that demonstrate  perspective. 

I chose this art piece for this topic because Jacques Rousseau used one point perspective to show depth in this painting. He achieved that by using the sky as his vanishing point.
I chose this art piece for this topic because Johannes Bosboom created The Pieterskerk in Leiden using one point perspective.
I chose this art piece for this topic because Giovanni Migliara used perspective to create the Interior of the Monastery of Altacomba.
I chose this art piece for this topic because Giuseppe Canella used one point perspective. He achieved that by placing the vanishing point in the middle of the painting.
I chose this art piece for this topic because Eugenio Landesio used one point perspective to align all of the interior columns, frames, and doorways.
I chose this art piece for this topic because this unknown artist used one point perspective to align each object in the building with the vanishing point.
I chose this art piece for this topic because Canaletto used perspective to achieve the illusion of distance.
I chose this piece for this topic because Filippo Gagliardi used perspective to give the distance effect. He achieved that by making each object lead toward the vanishing point in the mountain area.
I chose this art piece for this topic because Fra Carnevale used one point perspective in this painting. He made everything converge on the large arch in the center, which is the vanishing point.
I chose this art piece for this topic because Edgar Degas used two point perspective in this painting. He achieved that by creating two vanishing points, one on the left and one on the right.
I chose this art piece for this topic because Edvard Munch used perspective with the bridge that draws attention to the people in the back.
I chose this art piece for this topic because because Francesco Di Martini used one point perspective. He achieved that by placing the vanishing point in the middle of the painting.
I chose this art piece for this topic because Martin Van Meytens used one point perspective to show depth in this painting. He achieved that by using the center, back wall as his vanishing point.
I chose this art piece for this topic because Thomas Malton used perspective to bring most of the attention to the building in center.
I chose this art piece for this topic because this painting used one point perspective. The Circle of Juan De La Corte achieved that by using the golden object as the vanishing point.
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