Dr. Charles Falco on “The Science of Optics: The History of Art”

by markjohnson on September 6, 2012

Falco.mp3 The study of art history was changed forever in 2001 when Dr. Charles Falco and  British artist David Hockney theorized that classic paintings made as early as the 1400’s were made using mirrors or lenses to project images onto the canvas.

Dr. Falco was the keynote speaker at the North Dakota Museum of Art on the University of North Dakota campus for a symposium called “The Science of Art.”


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