A journey into perspective

A sojourn into the world of perspective based art

This piece demonstrates the use of perspective to draw the viewer into the picture and make it seem as though they are in a large hallway, instead of just looking at a picture.
This piece utilizes perception to give the idea of depth to the picture. With shadowing and the increasing and decreasing of piece in the picture it makes it seem as though the piece not only has depth, but hight as well
This painting uses perspective to draw the viewers eye to the baby Jesus via the directions hinted at by the way the characters are looking and the angles of the bodies.
This piece, although a bit abstract, uses perspective to simulate the look of a statue in an outcropping via the use of shadows.
though not a painting this piece makes great use of perspective. It is taken from a low angle close to the wall, giving the impression that the room is much larger than it is.
This painting uses a forced perspective to draw the viewer into the center of the piece, towards the figure of Jesus
This is another fine example of forcing the viewer to look where the artist wants; in this case, the dead center
This piece demonstrates the ability to make a piece seem much larger and have an unnatural depth with the use of shadows and colors
Utilizing the colors and shadows again, this piece simulates an entire city block, bustling with people.
This piece utilizes color and forced perspective to help make the Jesus on the chair pop out to the viewer
This is a fine use of shadowing to give depth to a chaotic and epic piece
here is another example of forcing the view toward the center of the piece via body language and placement
This is another great example of using not only shadow but color to give depth and height to a painting by desaturating the colors as the building goes back into the backround
This painting creates a living scene of a large spacious room, allowing the viewer to freely take in the piece, yet gives them the feeling that the action is taking place in key areas, thus suggesting the viewer looks there.
This shows how a piece can show a realistic level of depth utilizing light and hard edges
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