Perspective Art Throughout History

By Dean Slocum

The painting uses linear perspective to draw the viewer's eye towards the center where the main focus of the painting is. Which shows the baby Christ.
The painting uses linear perspective to draw the viewer's eye towards the center where the main focus of the painting is. Which is the figure.
The painting uses linear perspective to draw the viewer's eye towards the top center area where Christ is hanging on the cross.
The drawing uses linear perspective to draw the viewer's eye towards the center of the corridor.
The painting uses linear perspective to draw the viewer's eye towards the central hallway in the church.
The painting uses linear perspective to draw the viewer's eye towards the center of the corridor.
The painting uses linear perspective to draw the viewer's eye towards the center.
The painting uses linear perspective to draw the viewer's eye towards the center of the street where all the people are interacting.
The painting uses linear perspective to draw the viewer's eye towards the center of the long corridor.
The painting uses linear perspective to draw the viewer's eye towards the center of the street.
The painting uses linear perspective to draw the viewer's eye towards the center of the hallway.
The painting uses linear perspective to draw the viewer's eye towards the center and down the street.
The painting uses linear perspective to draw the viewer's eye towards the center where the table (or couch) is.
The painting uses linear perspective to draw the viewer's eye towards the center and down the street.
The painting uses linear perspective to draw the viewer's eye towards the center area.
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