Let's talk about the perspective of these pieces
This painting has a great atmospheric perspective you can tell by the fading city in the background .
Beautiful painting with great use of one point and atmospheric perspective.
Great use of one point perspective, the vanishing point is under the bridge.
Amazing work by Joseph Mallord, it was in one point perspective and the vanishing point is in the middle of the castles in the back.
Another great one by Joseph Mallord with great use of atmospheric and one point perspective.
Great use of one point perspective by David Cox, the vanishing point is in the middle of the painting.
Great piece by Samuel Palmer, it uses one point perspective and the vanishing points behind the hills on the middle right corner.
Great view from the top of a hill by Paul Sandby and it utilizes one point perspective and the vanishing point is in the middle.
Majestic piece with great use of lighting and perspective.
Amazing painting by Edward Lear, I absolutely love the perspective in this painting, it's first point perspective and the vanishing point is in the middle where there river ends.
I love this piece especially the castle. It uses first point perspective, and the vanishing is where the two mountains meet in the background.
Great use of atmospheric one pint perspective by Joseph Mallord.
I like this painting because it looks like a page out of a fairy tale, it has a Good use of the one point perspective.
Good use of atmospheric perspective by Joseph Mallord, great piece.
My favorite of the 15, I love this one, it uses amazing light and amazing perspective.
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