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Re: What type of picture is this?

Postby Tresagreen » 26 Jun 2019, 09:05

Hey guys, hopefully Pat can get her picture on here today, not lenticular but similar to this (this is not her picture I hasten to add .) found this on Optical illusion religious pictures. T

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Re: What type of picture is this?

Postby PAT 1652 » 26 Jun 2019, 10:41

No I think we can rule lenticular out.
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Re: What type of picture is this?

Postby PAT 1652 » 26 Jun 2019, 14:46

What type of picture is it please.

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Re: What type of picture is this?

Postby EWW » 26 Jun 2019, 14:56

Pats file size was 2.16 MB and the forum is set for 2.00 MB and we have no control over that one.
If anyone has anything over 2.00 MB they can email it to me and then I can change it for them.
I do not want thanks for any research I am able to help out with. I just love doing it.
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Re: What type of picture is this?

Postby PAT 1652 » 26 Jun 2019, 22:12

The three different pictures you can see from different angles.

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Re: What type of picture is this?

Postby Leigh » 26 Jun 2019, 22:35

I think these types of religious paintings would come under the term of 'anamorphic paintings'.
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Re: What type of picture is this?

Postby Tresagreen » 27 Jun 2019, 06:49

Absolutely Leigh, this is how a museum describes them 'the key to how the painting works is in its physical shape. The two side paintings are painted on vertical slats at right angles to the backboard, so that the three different images are formed when the viewer stands to the left of the painting, the right and straight on. This style of artwork is known as anamorphic painting, sometimes called 'turning' painting. T
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Re: What type of picture is this?

Postby EWW » 27 Jun 2019, 07:52

EWW wrote:Pats file size was 2.16 MB and the forum is set for 2.00 MB and we have no control over that one.
If anyone has anything over 2.00 MB they can email it to me and then I can change it for them.


The forum size for attachments has been raised to 10MB so members should not have any trouble
attaching. Anything over 800x800 will still come up as a link and I will have to resize them. This
is no great deal for me so please keep attaching. :D
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Re: What type of picture is this?

Postby PAT 1652 » 28 Jun 2019, 11:27

Thanks so much for all the comments :)
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