And so that side of the frame in which that woman appeared to one down the perspective
of the great Allee was not permanent.
When I went back on the morrow the little maidservant conducted me straight through the long sala(it opened there as before in perfect perspective
and was lighter now, which I thought a good omen) into the apartment from which the recipient of my former visit had emerged on that occasion.
The house, as the case stood, admirably lent itself; he might wonder at the taste, the native architecture of the particular time, which could rejoice so in the multiplication of doors - the opposite extreme to the modern, the actual almost complete proscription of them; but it had fairly contributed to provoke this obsession of the presence encountered telescopically, as he might say, focused and studied in diminishing perspective
and as by a rest for the elbow.
The black bodies of the trees formed a straight wall on both sides, terminating on the horizon in a point, like a diagram in a lesson in perspective
The bird's-eye perspective
before her was not so luxuriantly beautiful, perhaps, as that other one which she knew so well; yet it was more cheering.
of one of these narrow cracks of streets, with its rows of tall houses stretching away till they come together in the distance like railway tracks; its clothes-lines crossing over at all altitudes and waving their bannered raggedness over the swarms of people below; and the white-dressed women perched in balcony railings all the way from the pavement up to the heavens--a perspective
like that is really worth going into Neapolitan details to see.
It was not only that they were ill-drawn, or that the colour was put on amateurishly by someone who had no eye for it; but there was no attempt at getting the values, and the perspective
At the end of the perspective
, both seemed to have given a spring with their feet, which made them vanish as if evaporated into cloud-land.
And from the height of this perception all that had previously tormented and preoccupied him suddenly became illumined by a cold white light without shadows, without perspective
, without distinction of outline.
Rachel, to whom the end of the voyage meant a complete change of perspective
, was too much bewildered by the approach of the shore to realise what children were well or why it was gratifying.
I read these and I read several comedies of Lope de Vega, and numbers of archaic dramas in Moratin's history, and I really got a fairish perspective
of the Spanish drama, which has now almost wholly faded from my mind.
I was quite patient; the grand open country all round me offered lessons of inestimable value in what we call aerial perspective
It was a mere falsification of the law of aerial perspective
, but it startled, almost terrified me.
But here again enter error of perspective
, and vitiation due to the bias of love.
These closely similar particulars are collected together by their similarity primarily and, more correctly, by the fact that they are related to each other approximately according to the laws of perspective
and of reflection and diffraction of light.