This book is a historical inquiry into the psychological significance of visual perspective. Using a historical background, the authors suggest theories regarding the human use of perspectives in art. The study includes references to Western Europe and Greece, through to the Italian Renaissance, and on to cover the Modern Age and the Contemporary Age. Concepts regarding the psyche and imagery are explored. An alphabetical listing of names and corresponding pages provides readers with an easy and convenient tool for locating discussions of a particular artist or time period. This study will appeal to students and teachers of art, art history, psychology, psychohistory, and psychoanalysis. In addition, artists, art therapists, art historians and historians of other disciplines will be interested in the intriguing analyses found in Beyond Visual Perspective.