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PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA AND THE «DISTANCE POINT METHOD» OF PERSPECTIVE CONSTRUCTION

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<title> RIASSUNTO </title>La prima spiegazione scritta del metodo prospettico chiamato «punto di fuga» si trova nel De artificiali perspectiva di Viator (Toul, 1505). E dunque interessante il fatto che nel De prospectiva pingendi di Piero della Francesca (probabilmente redatto attorno al 1460) si trovi un diagramma simile a quello usato nella costruzione del «punto di fuga». Sebbene il diagramma sia presente in tutte le copie conosciute del trattato di Piero, il testo esplicativo della costruzione del diagramma e assente dai manoscritti latini dell'opera di Piero. E probabile che, al momento della traduzione, Piero abbia pensato di estendere oppure di omettere il passaggio. A quanto pare, scelse la seconda possibilità.

Affiliations: 1: Birkbeck College, University of London

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1995-01-01
2016-12-10

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