Definition of aerial perspective in English:

aerial perspective

Syllabification: aer·i·al per·spec·tive


  • The technique of representing more distant objects as fainter and more blue.
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    • Colour is also used as a form of aerial perspective to lead the eye further back into the painting, while still retaining its decorative functions.
    • The diminishing trees with blurring forms and fading colours showed the use of aerial perspective.
    • The aerial perspective similarly has its vertical axis toward Mecca through the opera.

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