Renaissance Perspective

This gallery houses works of art using one point perspective that were created in the renaissance era.  One point perspective is used to give art depth by concentrating on a single vanishing point.  Orthogonals are used to point to the vanishing point.  All four of these works have the vanishing point in the centre of the work.||  Renaissance art is marked by bright colors and a desire for realism.  The artists often experimented with different techniques to portray their active world how they perceived it.  The era contains a lot of religious paintings, like many periods, because the church was very important to their everyday life.

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