Space/Perspective

Art Element

The use of light and shadows in this image creates an illusion of depth
This image offers a one-point linear perspective with a single vanishing point in the horizon showing depth and volume. The shadows also add to the perspection of depth.
This image shows us a two-point linear perspective by having two vanishing points, one on the right and one on the left of the image.
This image is an example of a multi-point linear perspective (three-point) as I feel like I am looking upon the structure from a bird's-eye view
This is a hard one because the painting itself is on multiple difference surfaces, however the illusion of depth is still evident through linear perspective.
This image shows an example of atmospheric perspective, which represents great depth, as the distant buildings lack contrast, detail, and sharpness of focus. The colors in the foreground are colorful while the city and buildings behind become a dark grey and out of focus.
Van Gogh creates a sense of depth on a two-dimensional surface by using a one-point linear perspective.
This image is a one-point linear perspective that leads our focus to the vanishing point at the door.
The use of larger images in the foreground and smaller images in the background utilizes space to show depth.
This image provides a sense of space and depth because of the use of overlapping objects. The pyramid object on the left looks closer to us than the pyramid on the right.
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