Just a Second: Linear Perspective

Linear Perspective (noun)

A technique for creating an illusion of three-dimensional space in two-dimensional artwork that was invented by Filippo Brunelleschi during the early Italian Renaissance.  In a work of art that uses this system to create space, all straight lines that recede in space converge at a vanishing point on a horizon line.

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