This highly stimulating study observes many of the sometimes startling interrelationships between art and mathematics throughout history. It explains the differences between ancient and Renaissance painting and sculpture as well as the development of perspective and advances in projective geometry achieved by Nicholas of Cusa, Kepler, and Desargues.
Reprint of the original edition.
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|Author/Editor||William M. Ivins|
|Dimensions||5 3/8 x 8 3/8|