The conventional notion of presenting color in perspective is to have the warm colors recede into cool. This was an observation of Leonardo da Vinci as he looked at his Tuscan Landscape. However, if other perspective conventions are followed such as, linear perspective, the perspective of occlusion(overlapping forms), the perspective of greater to lesser edge articulation(foveal perspective) and there is an overall design structure which invites the viewer back into space then, inverting one of perspective’s standards(i.e. warm to cool) will add to a painting’s dramatic effect. Here the blue area is clearly in front of the reds and yellows. The effect is that orange pushes blue to the viewer.