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PERSPECTIVEDrawing things the way theyappear to the eye to create an      illusion of depth
Ways to Show PerspectiveOverlapping:   Putting one object on    top of another
Overlapping
Ways to Show Perspective Linear Perspective
Linear PerspectiveThe use of vanishing points and the    horizon line to show depth
One Point Perspective    Use one vanishing point for the             entire drawing
1 Point PerspectiveExterior or Transparent
Hobemma
Vanishing PointOrthogonals - Lines that recedeback to the vanishing point
GiovanniBattistaPiranesi Fantasy   on aMagnificentTriumphal   Arch
1 Point Perspective      Interior
Rafael School of Athens
Vermeer
Vermeer
Vermeer
Interior 1 Point Perspective
Botticelli The Annunciation
Carvaggio
2 Point PerspectiveThe use of 2 vanishing points in the artwork
2 Point Perspective
Ways to Show Perspective        Color
Van Gogh
Manet
Ways to Show Perspective    Aerial focus
Aerial FocusColors, lines, and details are darker upclose and become lighter with less detail               in the distance
Claude LorrainLandscape with Ruins,Pastoral Figures, and Trees1643/1655
Ways to Show Perspective Size & Placement
Size—Objects get smaller as   they go back in space
Placement—Objects are placedcloser to the horizon to create an         illusion distance
Pieter Brueghel             Peasant Dance, 1567
Ways to Show Perspective  Shading/Value
DurerSt. Gerome
Chiaroscuro
DurerMelancholy
Early ArtistsPerspective Was Not Perfected
Gothic
Gothic
Gothic
Fra Filippo Lippi
Fra FilippoLippi
What spatialtechniques are being used?
Leonardo da Vinci
Vermeer
Van Gogh
Watch  theVerticals
Inclined Vanishing Points
3 Point Perspective
Perspective
Perspective
Perspective
Perspective
Perspective
Perspective
Perspective
Perspective
Perspective
Perspective
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  1. 1. PERSPECTIVEDrawing things the way theyappear to the eye to create an illusion of depth
  2. 2. Ways to Show PerspectiveOverlapping: Putting one object on top of another
  3. 3. Overlapping
  4. 4. Ways to Show Perspective Linear Perspective
  5. 5. Linear PerspectiveThe use of vanishing points and the horizon line to show depth
  6. 6. One Point Perspective Use one vanishing point for the entire drawing
  7. 7. 1 Point PerspectiveExterior or Transparent
  8. 8. Hobemma
  9. 9. Vanishing PointOrthogonals - Lines that recedeback to the vanishing point
  10. 10. GiovanniBattistaPiranesi Fantasy on aMagnificentTriumphal Arch
  11. 11. 1 Point Perspective Interior
  12. 12. Rafael School of Athens
  13. 13. Vermeer
  14. 14. Vermeer
  15. 15. Vermeer
  16. 16. Interior 1 Point Perspective
  17. 17. Botticelli The Annunciation
  18. 18. Carvaggio
  19. 19. 2 Point PerspectiveThe use of 2 vanishing points in the artwork
  20. 20. 2 Point Perspective
  21. 21. Ways to Show Perspective Color
  22. 22. Van Gogh
  23. 23. Manet
  24. 24. Ways to Show Perspective Aerial focus
  25. 25. Aerial FocusColors, lines, and details are darker upclose and become lighter with less detail in the distance
  26. 26. Claude LorrainLandscape with Ruins,Pastoral Figures, and Trees1643/1655
  27. 27. Ways to Show Perspective Size & Placement
  28. 28. Size—Objects get smaller as they go back in space
  29. 29. Placement—Objects are placedcloser to the horizon to create an illusion distance
  30. 30. Pieter Brueghel Peasant Dance, 1567
  31. 31. Ways to Show Perspective Shading/Value
  32. 32. DurerSt. Gerome
  33. 33. Chiaroscuro
  34. 34. DurerMelancholy
  35. 35. Early ArtistsPerspective Was Not Perfected
  36. 36. Gothic
  37. 37. Gothic
  38. 38. Gothic
  39. 39. Fra Filippo Lippi
  40. 40. Fra FilippoLippi
  41. 41. What spatialtechniques are being used?
  42. 42. Leonardo da Vinci
  43. 43. Vermeer
  44. 44. Van Gogh
  45. 45. Watch theVerticals
  46. 46. Inclined Vanishing Points
  47. 47. 3 Point Perspective
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