The use of water to create movement in art
Water is directing your attention from the screaming man to the background and all the landscaping there.
Water is creating movement throughout the image linking the images together from left to right.
The water is creating movement with the waterfalls in the image.
Water is creating movement with the waves and the effect they have on the boat.
Water is creating movement in the sky with the rain moving throughout the background.
Water is creating movement in the image by affecting the movement of the people in the picture.
Water is creating movement in this image by giving it the apperence of waves and the water coming towards you.
The water is creating movement with the ripple that spreads so wide throughout the water, at well at creating barriers between land creating movement throughout the entire picture.
Water is creating movement in this sculpture by adding life and movement in the woman's hair.
Water is creating a downward movement throughout the image.
The water is creating movement from different directions throughout the artwork.
Water is creating movement in this piece of art by moving the charters and creating a fluid motion down the image.
Water is creating movement by adding life to the lillypads, it is also dirrecting the viewer throughout the entire image.
Water is creating movement by making the water look ridgid and alive compaired to the other elements as is moves downstream.
Water is creating movement by allowing the person in the painting to move the way he is.
Credits: All media
This user gallery has been created by an independent third party and may not always represent the views of the institutions, listed below, who have supplied the content.
Korean Art Museum Association
The Munch Museum, Oslo
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Adachi Museum of Art
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Yale Center for British Art
Leo Baeck Institute, Center for Jewish History
China Modern Contemporary Art Document
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
MAM, Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Ateneum Art Museum
Translate with Google