Renaissance Perspective

This gallery includes four different artworks sharing one similar theme. They are all one-point perspective, a perspective in which all lines recede back to a singe point on a horizon, works using architecture during the renaissance. However, they are all different as well. They all are of something different, are by different artists, made with different mediums on different surfaces. Yet they are similar.                                   Theses works are to teach me and others about the relation of one-point perspective and the renaissance, as well as the two separate. Artists did mot really master one-point perspective, causing there to be many artworks using this around this time period.

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