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Mathematics: A Practical OdysseyIn Exercises 22-25, find the work in an art book or by googling the painter's name and the name of the painting, and answer the questions from Exercises 11-20. In Exercises 11-20, answer the following questions. If you think it would be easier to use a larger image, you can find one by googling the painter's name and the name of the painting. a. Does the work use one-point perspective, two-point perspective, or both? Justify your answer. b. Describe the location of the vanishing point(s). Discuss why the painter might have chosen that/those location(s). c. Sometimes a small feature of the painting, such as a table, has its own vanishing point. Does this happen in this painting? If so, what has its own vanishing point? Where is this vanishing point? d. Sometimes two different main parts of a painting have separate vanishing points. Does this happen in this painting? If so, describe what has separate vanishing points. Where are the vanishing points? Also, discuss why the painter might have chosen to have multiple vanishing points. e. Does the painting use foreshortening? If so, describe where and how. f. Does the painting have pavement? If so, describe where. g. Sometimes a painting uses an Albertian grid on the ceiling or the walls. Does this happen in this painting? If so, where? h. Is the painting's horizon line an actual part of the painting? If so, where? John Singer Sargent, A Street in Venice.BuyFind*launch*

8th Edition

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Chapter 8.6, Problem 23E

Textbook Problem

*In Exercises 22-25, find the work in an art book or by googling the painter's name and the name of the painting, and answer the questions from Exercises 11-20.*

*In Exercises 11-20, answer the following questions. If you think it would be easier to use a larger image, you can find one by googling the painter's name and the name of the painting.*

**a.** Does the work use one-point perspective, two-point perspective, or both? Justify your answer.

**b.** Describe the location of the vanishing point(s). Discuss why the painter might have chosen that/those location(s).

**c.** Sometimes a small feature of the painting, such as a table, has its own vanishing point. Does this happen in this painting? If so, what has its own vanishing point? Where is this vanishing point?

**d.** Sometimes two different main parts of a painting have separate vanishing points. Does this happen in this painting? If so, describe what has separate vanishing points. Where are the vanishing points? Also, discuss why the painter might have chosen to have multiple vanishing points.

**e.** Does the painting use foreshortening? If so, describe where and how.

**f.** Does the painting have pavement? If so, describe where.

**g.** Sometimes a painting uses an Albertian grid on the ceiling or the walls. Does this happen in this painting? If so, where?

**h.** Is the painting's horizon line an actual part of the painting? If so, where?

John Singer Sargent, *A Street in Venice.*

Mathematics: A Practical Odyssey

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