Vanishing point

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This drawing has one vanishing point.

In art, a vanishing point is the point in a perspective drawing where lines that either parallel to each other or are not parallel to the main subject of the painting come together. At this point the two parallel lines seem to converge. It can be experienced in real life while seeing a parallel set of rails or the two parallel lines of a road .

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