Renaissance Perspective

Most of these artworks are the same. They display depth and ground. It is very neat and well laid out. I think the one piece of art that stands out is the Perspective Scenery. It does not have as much detail and color like the other ones. To me it is dull and boring compared to the others. One point perspective is drawing an image on a flat surface like it would been seen by the eye. All the artworks are a form of one point perspective, because they show all the depth and detail the human eye would see. The Renaissance Period was all about new ideas and change. Filippo Brunelleschi analyzed the form of art and introduced it to his Florentines during the Renaissance.

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