From Latin: perspicere to see through.
Perspective is an approximate representation, on a flat surface (such as paper), of an image as it is seen by the eye.
The Point of Sight is that point to which the eye of the observer (the person looking) is supposed to be directed when he looks straight before him.
The Horizon (or Horizontal Line) resembles that horizon or boundary line that seems to part the ocean or ground from the sky, forming this joining line.
The Horizon line in a picture is determined by the point of sight, which is determined by the real or supposed position of the viewer (the person looking).
The point on the horizon at which receeding lines of the perspective converge.
Objects are drawn smaller as their distance from the observer increases.
Original space still occupied
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