This piece is of king Philip IV of France and king Edward I of England. Fouquet used depth, dimension, and a single vanishing point, Perspectivism, as techniques that are new in the renaissance.
This illuminated manuscript is full of bright colors that draw the eye. The colors and symbols on the king's clothes show that this is from the English to the French, Edward I to Philip IV. This piece is full of emotion in the people’s faces; they all are watching the interaction between the kings. It definitely shows that it was painted in the renaissance because it has perspectivism, secularism, and humanism in it. The secularism in the piece is because there is nothing religious in it; it is about kings and an event. The humanism in it is because the people have emotions and the kings are interacting with each other. It has perspectivism because it is three dimensional and has a single vanishing point.
I find the colors in this painting really bright and fun. It caught my eye and I feel as though I have seen this piece before.