TITLE

LA MODIFICACIÓN DEL ESPACIO ARQUITECTÓNICO A TRAVÉS DE LA PERSPECTIVA: LA INTERVENCIÓN DE ANDREA POZZO EN LA IGLESIA DE LOS JESUITAS DE VIENA

AUTHOR(S)
Vallespin Muniesa, Aurelio
PUB. DATE
October 2014
SOURCE
Revista de EGA;2014, Issue 24, p200
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The importance of point of sight is shown in the mural painting on the ceiling of the nave of the Church of the Jesuits in Vienna, produced in one-point perspective by Andrea Pozzo. The importance of point of sight is seen through the spatial modification it creates, from the perspectives of the illusion of reality and symbolism.
ACCESSION #
97426991

 

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