What Is Aerial Perspective in Art? - Definition & Examples


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The goal of perspective is to capture what?

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1. How does aerial perspective seek to imitate real space?

2. Aerial perspective imitates the impact of atmosphere by using what color for objects in the distance?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Visual art must always subscribe to some perspective, though artists may choose to warp or alter a perspective by various means. This quiz will help you gauge your understanding of the aerial perspective in definition and in use.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This assessment will help you determine your knowledge of aerial perspective with questions regarding:

  • Aerial perspective and its imitation of real space
  • Traits of aerial perspective
  • The history of aerial perspective

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on aerial perspective in visual art
  • Making connections - use understanding of aerial perspective and its imitation of the impact of the atmosphere
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the first artist(s) to use aerial perspective

Additional Learning

To learn more about this subject, review the lesson titled, What is Aerial Perspective in Art? - Definition & Examples. This includes more details, such as:

  • Visual aids
  • Historical and geographic context
  • Analysis of master painters