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Art Time Line

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I choose linear perspective in European paintings for my time line to showcase on the website. I think you will find that this medium is exactly what you need to demonstrate an interactive art time line on the website. European linear perspective art is amazing because of the use of light, shadows, placement, and lines which are used by the painter to tell a story for the viewer, this paintings are also known for drawing your eye to a focal point of a painting to help the story of the panting.
Cappella Brancacci painted Tribute Money in 1426-1427 to show that Jesus and his Apostles had arrived in Capernaum. He incorporated three separate moments from Mathews gospel in one scene. Tax collectors request, peter catching a fish in lake Genezaret, as well as collecting coin which is shown both on the left and the right. This artwork is famous for the detail it shows in the painting. See the details in the transparency of the lake, or the mouth of the fish that peter caught. These figures are set according to the horizontal lines even though this painting is semicircular as well it is the start to adding depth and lines to create space.



This Fresco painted by Fra Angelico in 1438-1445 titled The Annunciation was showing Mary and the angle are greeting each other. In the background there are Tuscan cypresses which were very common in Fra Angelico paintings. There are also these black lines between each arch, it is unknown to why these are there but it does demonstrate Fra Angelico's control with using linear perspective in this painting to make it look 3D. The use of shadows on the ceiling of the arches also help to draw your eye to the light portion of the painting which…...

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