Two-point perspective systems are an extension of and a compliment to one-point systems.
In Jan Vermeer's The Music Lesson (painted in 1662-1665), the music room and the table with an oriental carpet are cast in one-point perspective, while the marble (black and white) floor tiling uses two-point perspective.
The blue chair and the stringed instrument lying on the floor also use two-point perspective, but not the same points used to render the tiling.
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