The correct simulation of depth in drawings, paintings and photographs depends critically on the proper use of converging lines. In many cases our interpretation is remarkably realistic. M.C. Escher has abundantly illustrated how the human brain can be fooled. Judith Turner clearly demonstrated the ambiguity of flatness in her photographic studies of architecture.
The series "In perspectief" presents examples of images where intentionally the spatial impression may be a bit confusing.
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