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Perspective Drawing is a technique used to represent three-dimensional images on a two-dimensional picture plane. Understanding form, space, and structure will dramatically improve your perspective drawing ability.


‘Perspective’ drawing methods are used to create an illusion of space and depth on a flat surface (or the picture plane).The first known picture to make use of linear perspective was created by the Florentine architect Fillipo Brunelleshi (1377-1446). Painted in 1415, it depicted the Baptistery in Florence from the front gate of the unfinished cathedral. During Renaissance Perspective was defined as “parallel lines converging to a single point: this point is called the vanishing point.” Giotto di Bondone (1277-1337) is considered the father of perspective. He was a born in the village of Colle di Vespignano, north of Florence.

The system of perspective we take for granted today is a relatively recent discovery in artistic history. Before the 14th Century little to no attempts were made to realistically depict the three dimensional world in art in the way in which we are now accustomed to seeing it. The art of the Byzantine, Medieval and Gothic periods was rich and beautiful, but the images made no attempt to create the illusion of depth and space.

However, with advent of perspective drawing methods, drawings and art forms started to become more realistic in nature. Perspective drawing methods were slowly perfected by artists of the period and Leonardo Da Vinci was one such artist who brought perspective to ‘newer depths’. The best perspective drawing of Leonardo da Vinci is ‘The Last Supper’ which is displayed at the Louvre Museum in Paris. One has to see it to believe how realistic a perspective can be. The art piece is mounted on a long wall. From any angle you look at the picture you will feel that ‘Christ’ is looking at you only. That is how a perspective should be! The viewer should feel like he is a part of the picture !!

‘Happy Perspective Drawing’ , aspirants Of Nata Examination 2018.

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