Extra large wall art-Italian painter philippe has explored the mathematical principles of perspective and used knowledge of geometry and optics to increase the three-dimensional sense of painting art.
Another versatile artist,Large Abstract Art Sale alberti, a painter, architect and playwright, wrote a treatise on painting in 1435, which used natural science knowledge such as mathematics and optics to discuss painting techniques.
The theoretical part is devoted to describing the mathematical basis of painting — perspective, Extra Large Modern Canvas Art while the practical part discusses composition, light and color.
This book later became the basis of the mathematical system of perspective and the starting point of projective geometry developed after the 17th century.In terms of painting theory,Extra Large Black and White Wall Art art master Da Vinci made some discussions on shadow perspective and reflection perspective in his book “on
painting”.Da Vinci highly respected mathematics. He believed that the rigor of mathematics was one of the characteristics of science, and firmly believed that the perspective of mathematics was the navigation mark and criterion.In the middle of the 15th century, linear perspective as a tool of artistic space expression of painting has developed quite mature.
In the second half of the 15th century, perspective became more closely associated with the art of painting, which led to an unprecedented period of prosperity.HUGE ABSTRACT PAINTING WALL ART
The establishment, perfection and prosperity of perspectivism provided a precondition for the development of European classical art and realistic art in the 17th and 18th centuries.
In the early works of Chinese and western art, people’s paintings were often not vivid and natural because they did not understand the concept of perspective. For example, the ancient egyptians painted a square pond instead of a trapezoid, and the trees beside the pond were painted the same size and lying on the ground.