Renaissance Perspective

All of these works of art use perspective. One point perspective is a mathematical system for representing three dimensional objects and space on a two dimensional surface by means of intersecting lines that radiate from one point on the horizon line. The Renaissance brought about a change in art and some of these artists during this time began using more perspective and began to try to draw more realistic artwork. To make art more realistic they used perspective to create a 3D image on a 2D surface. A rebirth in art occurred during the Renaissance. Perspective was analyzed by the Renaissance artist Brunelleschi. All of these works of art use perspective and are all created around the Renaissance. You can see the precise thought and system that was used to create these works of art.

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