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  • A panel from Duccio’s Maestà Altarpiece (1308)
  • Image Credit: Aurora Tang

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  • 1. Linear Perspective
  • 2. Orthogonal lines (Charles Burchfield, 1930’s)
  • 3. Perspective is everywhere-- especially where you find geometrical forms.
  • 4. Linear Perspective was invented in the early 15th century by an Italian architect named Fillipo Brunelleschi. He wanted to figure out a way to accurately record his observations of the ancient Roman buildings that so inspired him.
  • 5. (one point perspective)
  • 6. (one point perspective)
  • 7. (one point perspective)
  • 8. More examples of one-point perspective:
  • 9. Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper, 1498 (Italian)
  • 10. (two-point perspective)
  • 11. (one point) (two point)
  • 12. Compare one-point and two-point perspective:
  • 13. One or two-point?
  • 14. MC Escher, 20th Century Belgian One or two-point?
  • 15. Richard Anuszkiewicz (20th C American) (one point perspective)
  • 16. One or two-point? Ed Rucha (20th C. American)
  • 17. One or two-point perspective here? Where is the horizon line? Ronald Davis (20th C American)
  • 18. Marc Trujillo (Contemporary American) 14049 Ventura Boulevard (2009)
  • 19. Daniel Dove (Contemporary American) Steakhouse Grand Opening (2005)
  • 20. Student work: hallways of the Math/Science building (graphite pencil)
  • 21. Student work: graphite pencil
  • 22. Student work: graphite and ink
  • 23. Student work: graphite and magic marker
  • 24. Student work: graphite and prismacolor
  • 25. And now for the demo…