Composition: The Parts of the Whole

This piece is really busy, as well as colorful. The mix of things in this painting keeps the eyes from focusing on one thing. It helps to bring your view across the whole painting to see everything that is going on.
This piece has a high contrast in terms of lighting; the background and vase are very dark, while the flowers are much brighter and more colorful. The composition brings out the flowers specifically.
In contrast to the previous pieces, this one is much more pale. The colors are faded, and there are no harsh lights or shadows. There is a large amount of negative space in the middle and upper half.
This painting also contains a lot of negative space, which is surrounding the focal point. The colors of the rabbit compliment the off-white background. There is nice texture on both the fur of the rabbit and the paper-like background.
This piece has a lot of motion within it, which causes one's eyes to travel across the picture from right to left. This is because the direction of the movements are right to left. Colors are bright one the clothing, and dark in the background.
This image also contains a lot of movement and emotion. The stretched out stance of Venus and Adonis draw one's eye across the piece. The colors are in a sfumato style, and these two figures are the main focus of the piece.
This piece appears almost to either be tiles or a puzzle, with the shapes seemingly connected, but not in the correct order. This has a little bit of a fine china appearance as well. The blue and white compliment one another, and the different uses of blue create texture.
The type of paint used in this piece creates texture throughout the whole piece. There are a lot of pale colors that compliment one another, and the woman is the main focus of the piece. It appears as though she is very serene because of the colors and style of painting.
This is a physical piece, it appears to be a cloth of some sort. The blue and red colors are two of the tertiary colors, and therefore compliment each other well. The fact that they are pale, along with the white of the fabric, all look nicely together. the flow of the banner and the anatomy of the lizard are very loose and free.
This picture is wider than the average sizes of the others. It seems to have asian influence in the style. The bright leaves of the tree compliment the negative space of the blue and white sky.
The people within this picture are a lot less defined than the other people within the other paintings. The wideness and vastness of the woods creates a sense of vast space, and makes the people within look small and insignificant. The textures in the trees and grass are fresco paint.
This painting is more realistic. The warm colors and wide imagery hint at a happy mood, and it looks like a festival. The building, along with the background, creates a sense of depth, further adding to the immensity of the scene.
This painting also creates a sense of depth through the dimensions and angles of the buildings and the winding river. The colors are pale and warm, giving a sense of calm and brightness. The shadows are strong, but not too harsh, creating more depth. The sky indicates a coming storm upon the serene scene. There are plenty of textures in the water and sky, creating an illusion of light and shadows.
This is a simple image. The totem poles are mostly neutral colors, while the surrounding grass is a mix of very bright shades of green, grey, blue, and yellow. The form of the grass is also very wispy.
In a sfumato style, this painting is extremely serene. The composition of the whole piece creates a sense of openness, free of worry and bright. The darkness of the bottom right jungle area contrasts the mountains, sky and rainbow. The fog in the background and middle ground of the painting creates depth and a sense of wonder. The size of the people at the bottom in comparison to the rest of the painting further adds to the sheer size that is being portrayed.
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