atmospheric perspective


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atmospheric perspective

n
(Art Terms) another term for aerial perspective
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This is a great, simple introduction to atmospheric perspective for your younger set.
Serge manages to render an atmospheric perspective on prison life written in the highest literary style.
Atmospheric Perspective (using color to add spacial depth)
She moves in and out of two dimensions and three dimensions, playing with optical illusion and atmospheric perspective.
There are paintings whose inner temporality is slow, for instance T1980-R20, 1980, whose overt content is nothing more than the gradual darkening of a beige-brown field as the eye moves from left to right, with an effect as of atmospheric perspective, so that the space seems to curve away into a distance; elsewhere, effects of suddenness or transience are evoked, as color events traverse a nebulous field, appearing to flare up out of nowhere or flash like fireworks--possibly dark fireworks, as in T1986-H45, 1986.
Among specific topics are analog and digital rendering comparisons, setting up the document, custom linework, applying color to a plan rendering, and atmospheric perspective.
The four chapters, Linear Perspectives, Color, Light and Shade, and Atmospheric Perspective, are broken down into several specific and informative subsections.
The use of atmospheric perspective in the townscape in the background of the Rose Garlands epitomizes Durer's painterly approach.
It will provide an atmospheric perspective that complements the studies of the CRC for Carbon Accounting.
The difference in atmosphere between northern Europe and the Mediterranean accounts in part for the greater interest afforded atmospheric perspective by northern painters.
MUSEUM CONNECTION To Learn more about how artists compose paintings, try this online tool--available on the Smithsonian American Art Museum's website--to learn about linear perspective, atmospheric perspective, pattern and repetition, and figure and ground relationships: "Panoramas: The North American Landscape in Art" (americanart.

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