Professor White's historical study of the rediscovery of pictorial space during the Renaissance and of its origins in antiquity was acclaimed when it first appeared. It opened up important new avenues of research and exploration. It has remained a seminal work, and he has now brought it fully up to date for a third edition. He has included a substantial new appendix on "Leonardo, Brunelleschi and the viewing distance". John White is Pro-Provost for External Affairs and formerly Professor of History of Art at University College London. This book is intended for students of history of art and of the Rennaissance.
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