Unformatted text preview: Artwork: Gustave Caillebotte, Paris Street: Rainy Day , 1877 Artwork: Edward Hopper, Night Hawks , 1942 3. Three-point Perspective Artwork: MC Escher, Ascending and Descending , 1960 III. Other Approaches to Space A. Multiple Perspective: depiction of objects or scenes from more than one vantage point Artwork: Pablo Picasso, Ma Jolie , 1912 Example: Egyptian Wall Painting B. Conceptual Representation: use of multiple perspectives to depict objects as they are known to be rather than as they are seen from a single viewpoint C. Optical Representation: depiction of objects as they are actually seen from one viewpoint D. Forced Perspective: using tools of creating pictoral space to create implied space with three-dimensional objects Artwork: Martin Puryear, Ladder for Booker T. Washington , 1996...
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