One-point perspective

one-point perspective

is a linear perspective of a rectangular object or volume having a principal face parallel with the picture plane so that the vertical lines parallel to the picture plane remain vertical, horizontal lines parallel to the picture plane remain horizontal, and horizontal lines a line along which all sets of receding perpendicular to the picture plane appear to converge at the centre of vision…

Lloyd’s of London

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