Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Art One - Perspective in Art



Notice how the following artists use perspective in their paintings.j

One point perspective on the ground - Italian artist Perugino
This painting is in the Sistine Chapel in Rome.
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The School of Athens by Raphael
This painting is in the Vatican in Rome
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The Music Lesson by Vermeer
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Two point perspectve by Edward Hopper

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Also by Edward Hopper - American artist

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31 comments:

  1. My favorite is the School of Athens because it was the only one I saw that I really noticed the perspective and I liked how even though so much was going on, your eye was drawn to the middle

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  2. The last one stands out for me because it helps me to have a better understanding of both two point perspective and contrasting. Also the cast shadow of different parts of the building is interesting to look at.

    -Ann Wu

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  3. My favorite is the last one because it appeals to the eye. It makes it seem like you're standing right below it and the art gives me a sense of peace.
    - Chloe DeZoort

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  4. My favorite painting is the School of Athens because the balance and symmetry of the painting was very noticeable and evident, your eyes were drawn to the center of the painting.

    - Sarah Bray

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  5. my favorite is the lighthouse picture because it uses so many different forms. And how its all focused on 2 points
    -bryce w

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  6. my favorite is the house because she shading and the perspective does a very good job at giving it a 3-d look
    -Dawson B

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  7. I like the last one because the shading of the house shows of the perspective of the painting really well. The shadows on the lighter side of the house also do a good job of showing where the light is that is hitting the house.

    -Marshall Danner

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  8. My Favorite painting is the one in the Sistine Chapel in Rome. Because of how detailed it is and how the people in the background looks real. And even in the far back how you can see the mountains and trees is very fascinating.

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  9. My favorite is the last one because of how sweet it looks and its interesting angles.

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  10. my favorite one is the very first one because you have all those people up close but in the back ground you see a lot of people walking around and buildings which appear to be farther away

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  11. Sarah Beth Scarborough

    The last one is my favorite because of the two point perspective, the colors, and the shadows.

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  12. I like the first one the most because the perspective makes the scene look big and open.

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  13. my favorite is the last one because the perspective makes it seem as if you are walking by the house
    - ella hinson

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  14. my favorite is the white house because i like the two perspective view and i love the detail.
    -kate anthony

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  15. My favorite one is the lighthouse because I love how it looks very realistic like it was a real picture. The potential of this painting is outstanding and has much quality.

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  16. My favorite is the last one because it appears you are up under looking up at the house.

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  17. My Favorite is the School of Athens, because of its complexity.

    -Ben Corbin

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  18. My favorite one its The School of Athens because the designs are cool. Also its really pretty and detailed.

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  19. My favorite painting is the one in the Sistine Chapel in Rome.Because the color is vibrant and the expression of each person is different.
    -Sue

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  20. My favorite was the 4th one because you can see the difference in height between the lighthouse and the rest of the house. I really liked how it looked like it was on the hill. I thought it looked really cool and it was very detailed.

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  21. My favorite painting is the school of Athens by Raphael. there is so much detail in this painting and a lot of important people in history. it's really cool. - Wyatt Hicks

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  22. My favorite is The School of Athens because it is very realistic looking and very symmetrical.
    -Molly Wright

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  23. I like the 4th picture the most because of the way it looks and because you can see the depth in it with all of the shadows.
    - Haley Clary

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  24. I like the last one because it has a lot of detail and color.

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  25. my favorite is the first one because the perspective used is my favorite use.

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  26. I like the first one the most because the entire thing is just about symmetrical instead of just being based on perspective

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  27. my favorite painting is the lighthouse because it looks like you are looking up to it- malcolm

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  28. my favorite is the last one because of all the contrasting colors and different angles

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  29. I like the second one because of how many people this artist could fit in one picture

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  30. my favorite is the last one because it is so pretty and so much detail

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