This gallery contains images of art that have various use of lines that are prominent in each piece of work.

Haring used black, thickly brushed lines in this piece of his art work.
The diagonal line that is crated by the sail draws the viewer's attention from the top of the sail to the sail boat.
The long and calm horizontal lines stabilize this piece of work. The boats were drawn with diagonals, which conveys their motion.
There is a strong implied diagonal line from the bottom right hand corner to the top left. The viewer's attention is first drawn to the horse, then to the back left corner and into the distance.
There is a subtle "S" shape that starts from the couple on the right and curves slightly, then disappears into the air with the cupid.
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