The Renaissance Perspective

The Lost Secret of the Old Masters

"The mathematician's patterns, like the painter's or the poet's must be beautiful; the ideas like the colours or the words, must fit together in a harmonious way. Beauty is the first test: there is no permanent place in the world for ugly mathematics." G. H. Hardy  

Tiepolo - analysis
Tiepolo - analysis

Analyses

The geometrical analyses explain how the key masters of perspective approached the issue of three-dimensional representation. Individual analysis will be presented in order of completion.

Tiepolo

05.03.2021

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo - The Banquet of Cleopatra

Vermeer

12.12.2020

Vermeer and the Art of the Renaissance Perpective - Part 2.

Vermeer

01.01.1011

Vermeer's view of the Little Street

Leonardo

01.01.1010

Spatial Analysis of Leonardo's Last Supper

Vermeer

01.01.1009

Vermeer and the Art of the Renaissance Perpective - Part 1. (UPDATED)

Velazquez

01.01.1008

Sacred Geometry of Velazquez's Las Meninas

Tintoretto

01.01.1005

Tintoretto (1519-1594) was born in Venice as Jakopo Comin, but he is also known as JakopoRobusti. His nickname Tintoretto means "little dyer," which he got after his father's profession of a fabric dyer. To the pleasure of many Tintoretto began to color fabrics too;Fortunately his fabrics were stretched on the wooden frames.Tintoretto's...

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