MIRRORS & PERSPECTIVE
Keywords:First Renaissance, perspective, mirror, painting, theory
AbstractThe topic of this lecture is based on the concept of visual representation, analyzing it from the relationship between the methods of the geometric perspective, based on projective concepts and theorems versus the intuitive procedures argued in the visual observation and the intuitive experience, both related with the definition of style. In this relationship, the use and function of mirrors in the practice of painting and theoretical formulations are analyzed, in particular the case of the invention of perspective in the first Renaissance.
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Cabezas Gelabert, Lino. 2018. “MIRRORS &Amp; PERSPECTIVE”. On the W@terfront 60 (13):Video. https://revistes.ub.edu/index.php/waterfront/article/view/26093.
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