Renaissance Perspective

The gallery showing is called Renaissance Perspective. It includes Perspective Scenery by Diego de Siloe, The Ideal City by Fra Carnevale, Architectural Veduta by Francesco di Giorgio Martini, and St Bernardino Preaching by Lorenzo di Petro di Giovanni Vecchietta.                                       One point perspective is it uses a single vanishing point to draw an object.  It relates to the Art Renaissance Period by verbal accounts in 1480 Manetti 1550 and Vasari in 1550, that was analyzed originally by Filippo Brunelleschi in 1377-1446.  It's also demonstrated to his fellow Florentines in two dramatic peep-shows at some unspecified time between the years 1405 and 1425.  He's frequently attributed with the knowledge of one point perspective construction.

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