this one i think is a different way of showing perspective. The back wall kind of starts you off at one end and then lets your eye follow the wall down to the end. then the painting seems to go on forever.
This is a great perspective. it lets your eye walk down the road, right to the back looks like there is a big church down at the end of the road. But i feel like the church doesn't have the right colors when i zoom in on it it doesn't feel like it should really be there.
This painting is a good perspective, not the same style as some of my other paintings, objects seem less detailed, but this painting as all the others lead your eye down the panting letting you feel like you're there in the panting.
good representation of perspective. the painting isn't giving you all the detail which makes it different type of perspective. depending on "your perspective"
The Staircase of the London Residence of the Painter, Pieter Christoffel Wonder, 1828, From the collection of: Centraal Museum
i like this painting. when i look at it right off its like my eye is walking down the staits and then heading out the door, lots of motion in this painting. looks like they just came in from a rabit hunt. love the shadows. i love shadows in paintings, so cool!
this one has some perspective but not like my other paintings, my eye is focused right on the woman in the front first, then it moves back and you see how theres some sort of tunnel behind her. she is clearly the center of ittention in this piece.
The 'Golden Bend' in the Herengracht, Seen from the East, Gerrit Adriaensz. Berckheyde, 1671 - 1672, From the collection of: Rijksmuseum
Lady at the Virginal with a Gentleman, 'The Music Lesson', Johannes Vermeer, c.1662 - 1665, From the collection of: Royal Collection Trust, UK
this ones got a different type of perspective also, it doesn't really focus on the people in the piece, but at the same time it does. the rest of the painting brings your eye to them eventualy.
this could agruably be perspective.if i really look at the painting i see some perspective, but at first look i dont get a perspective feel. the part where i see the perspective is right on that little bird with the light shining threw kind of lets your eye go off into the background and make up your own rest of the painting.
this painting i really like. When i look at it i get a feel of perspective but i picked it because im not sure if the things in the room are really small, or if the room is really big...very fun to think about.