The Trinity Painted In One-Point Perspective

The Trinitya fresco painted with one-point perspective in 1425 by Masaccio (Tommaso di Giovanni di Simone Guidi) in the Church of Santa Maria Novella, Florence, Italy. The Florentine architect Filippo Brunelleschi developed mathematical principles helping Masaccio depicted using depth illusion, height, and volume, with lines converging on a vanishing point fixed at the spectator’s level.

      Tommaso di Giovanni di Simone Guidi
      Florence, Italy

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