Black Perspective - 140 x 100 cm. Limited edition linocut print by Marta Banaszak
Black and white linocut printed, signed and dated by the artist. On double FABRIANO Rosaspina Bianco 260g paper (total size 140x100 cm).
All prints come from artist’s own edition of 12 proofs (épreuve d’artiste)
Print that is part of the Doctoral Thesis „Khan Asad Pasha, Monograph of the form”
Filippo Brunelleschi was the founding father of Italian Renaissance. His legacy is monumental. He was the first modern engineer and a problem-solver with unorthodox methods. He formulated the principles of linear perspective which governed the depiction of space until the late XIX century. He „invented” perspective in 1434. Brunelleschi produced an exact isometric simulation of the octagonal building. He had reproduced a three-dimensional object in two dimensions, for the first time in recorded history.