# Lary, Sean Perspective

I chose perspective as mine and I surrounded my paintings around columns and structures to show perspective within the painting.

This Painting shows perspective because you can see how close the people in the bottom left are because of how small the castle is in the background.
This painting shows perspective by the pillars in the background and the people on the pillars. The people on the pillars are smaller which makes them seem farther away than the people in the front.
This painting shows perspective because of the building in the middle of the painting. The building is farther away because the people beside the building are smaller then the female and the baby.
This picture shows perspective because of how big the rock is behind the man in the painting. You can also tell how close he is because of how small the city is in the top left of the painting.
This painting shows perspective because of the people who are under the person on the platform. The people show the height of the platform and that it is elevated. Along with a city in the background.
This painting shows perspective because of the two columns in the middle. Showing that there are people sitting inbetween the pillars. The platform is also elevated. You tell from the child in middle.
This painting shows perspective because of the pillars and the ceiling, which is curved. The curvature gives the painting depth. The pillars are much taller than the people in comparison.
This painting has perspective from the stone wall surrounding the patio, giving it depth. It shows where people are in the patio. You see how tall the wall is because of the person against the wall.
This painting shows perspective because of the arches in the background. This gives the painting depth. You can also tell the position of some of the people because they are in-between the pillars.
This painting shows perspective because of the wall behind the woman to the right. The wall goes back and then goes to the left. Doing this shows the position of the two in the painting.
The painting shows perspective with pillars in the middle. The pillars give the painting depth by getting smaller as they get farther. This shows that the people are positioned in the middle of room.
This painting shows perspective from the building with pillars in the middle. The pillars get closer together showing that they are getting farther away. The people are also smaller in the background.
This painting shows perspective from the wall to the right the people are positioned in front of the wall, giving it depth. The wall goes to the right and gets bigger showing its getting closer.
This painting shows perspective because of the four pillars in the front of the painting. The back two get smaller and closer together. It shows depth from the people in-between the pillars.
The painting shows perspective from the pink wall in the back. It is larger to the left but as it gets to the middle it shrinks showing its becoming farther away. It then gets bigger as it goes right.
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