The Renaissance Rediscovery of Linear Perspective
An evaluative account of the rediscovery of geometric linear perspective in fifteenth-century Italy, the artists, architects, and mathematicians who studied and applied its principles, and its pervasive impact on Rennaissance and post-Renaissance life. Gl
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