lines in artwork
The following includes 10 examples of lines used within works of art.
The lines in this painting are Horizontal, vertical, and diagonal. The lines differ in size. The color choices show the movement of all the lines.
The lines in this painting are all vertical. This makes the painting seem very sturdy. The colors are very dull and not too much excitement is going on.
The lines in this painting go in many different ways to form an outline. The lines differ in sizes. The color stays the same and fits what the outline is of.
The lines in this painting are all over the place. The lines are same in thickness. The color is a dull one and makes it calm.
The lines in this painting are both horizontal and vertical. The lines are different thicknesses. The colors make the painting calm and relaxing.
The lines in this painting are diagonal. This makes the painting look un-sturdy. The lines stay the same shape and the colors do not have much of an effect on the painting.
The lines in this painting are mostly diagonal. This makes the painting seem like a hill. The colors are not very too wild but not to dull.
The lines in this oil painting are vertical, horizontal, and diagonal. This makes the painting seem very sturdy.
The lines in this painting are horizontal and wavy. The colors are calming and relaxing.
The lines on this painting are mostly vertical. This makes the painting seem very stable but also sort of shaky because the lines are not straight. The colors make the painting seem calm.
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.
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
Hong Kong Museum of Art
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
MAGA - Museo Arte Gallarate
Korean Art Museum Association
Yale Center for British Art
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
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