Renaissance Perspective

One point perspective means that the drawing has a single vanishing point. This was found a lot in art during the Renaissance. It can still be found in artwork today.    Each of these artworks feature one point perspective. The depict scenes of architecture. Two have people painted into them. Not all of them are colorful, but they are all painted during or before the 1500's.

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