With relative size one doesnt need particular

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with relative size one  doesn’t need particular  knowledge, with familiar  size, one needs to know  about particular objects. Marc Chagall,  Rue de la Paix familiar size
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Colacicco/Le Figaro A. T é oul é Gros plan sur la Tour Eiffel et la  statue de la Libert é  du pont de Grenelle familiar size
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Pierre Stahl,  Un regard sur Paris,  1989 Robert Doisneau,  Gargouille  à   Notre Dame,  1967 familiar size
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“Albert de Cours-Apr è s”/le Central, 1889 Gustave Eiffel familiar size
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relative density
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Valentin Marcq,  La Tour Eiffel relative density
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Rodolphe Rousseau,  Rue Saint Dominique relative density
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height in the visual field
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Maurice Utrillo,  Quai de Passy sous la neige,  1955 height in the visual field
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Raoul Dufy,  Panorama de Paris,  1926 height in the visual field
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Alfred Renaudin,  Paris, vue de Montmartre,  1899 height in the visual field
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aerial perspective Georges Seurat,  La Tour Eiffel,  1889 There is another kind of perspective  which I call  aerial perspective  because  by the atmosphere we are able to  distinguish the variations of distance…  In an atmosphere of equal density the  remotest objects … appear blue and  almost of the same hue as the  atmosphere itself. Leonardo da Vinci
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Laurent Rousseau,  Paris, vue de Montmartre aerial perspective
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Jac Martin-Ferri è res,  La Seine  à  Grenelle aerial perspective
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Claude Emile Schuffenecker,  Paysage avec la Tour Eiffel aerial perspective
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