Spot on! I've often wondered this about 'post impressionist pictures' - floors appear at angles, tabletops tilt. I suspect this was less design on their part and more about hastiness. It might be 'boring', but the only way to paint a good picture is to lay a good 'draft' out first. All the perspective is 'fixed' at this stage. If one doesn't do it, one spends a great deal of time trying to 'cover up' the mistakes afterwards. And it shows.
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