In Egypt's Old Kingdom what did craftworkers and artists receive in return for the objects they made for the pharaohs?
- They receive from the Pharoh clothes and food for their work.
Perspective allowed the artists to create images that looked real. Artists were able to construct an image that appeared to have depth, meaning that is it did like look flat on the canvas. The technique of making objects in the background smaller than the objects in the foreground generates a realistic, lifelike look within the painting. This led to the beginning and growth of realistic artwork during the Renaissance.