Annibale Carracci, The Dead Christ Mourned, 1603/4, London, National Gallery
Annibale Carracci, pieta, 1599/1601, Naples, Museo di Capodimonte
artistic tradition in which artists create a work of art that appears to share the physical space with the viewer
It is used in art to describe easel paintings or framed paintings that are seen in a normal perspective and inserted into a fresco. The final effect is similar to Illusionism, but the latter encompasses painted statues, reliefs and tapestries.
di sotto in su
seen from below
compare painting and sculpture
painting architecture. Like painting vaults to divide up the space