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Annunciation, Garofalo, 1528, From the collection of: Musei Capitolini
Implied Line This picture uses the angel pointing at the girl to create an implied line of sight. You are naturally going to look at what a figure is pointing to.
Complementary Colors This painting is a perfect example of complementary colors. Mainly because all the colors used to paint it our complementary colors, which means they are opposite of each other on the color wheel.
Whirlwind, Filipp Malyavin, 1906, From the collection of: The State Tretyakov Gallery
Analogous Color This painting uses warm colors as a color scheme. it makes it look like they're dancing in fire or in the fall.
The Apparition of Christ to the People (The Apparition of the Messiah), Aleksander Ivanov, 1837-1857, From the collection of: The State Tretyakov Gallery
Perceptual Color This painting can be used as having perceptual color. The mountains in the background appear as blue. even though we know that mountains are not blue.
Flowering plum orchard: after Hiroshige, Vincent van Gogh, October 1887 - November 1887, From the collection of: Van Gogh Museum
Arbitrary Color This painting, I feel like, is a good pick for arbitrary color. The close tree is like a dark reddish purple and the sky is dark red. not your usual tree and sky colors.
The Harvesters, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, 1565, From the collection of: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Illusion of Depth This painting really creates the illusion of depth. With the way the fields just seem to go on and on into the distance.
Facade mask, Unknown, Early 20th century, From the collection of: Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac
Positive/Negative Space This shows the negative space in the background and in the grooves of the mask.
Proceeding Lion, detail from the Processional Way of Babylon, Unknown, 6th century BCE, From the collection of: Pergamonmuseum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Actual Texture This is made of fired clay bricks with polychrome glaze. It is a very good example of actual texture because the clay bricks have a very textured feel.
The Isle of the Dead, Arnold Böcklin, 1883, From the collection of: Alte Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Implied Texture The look of the cliffs just makes it look so real. You would think you could touch them and feel the rock.
Kneeling in an Armchair, Mary Cassatt, ca. 1903, From the collection of: The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Hatching/Crosshatching The multiple, closely-spaced parallel lines that make this picture up make it a beautiful hatching picture.
Saudade [Longing], Almeida Júnior, 1899, From the collection of: Pinacoteca de São Paulo
Chiaroscuro The way the girl is standing in front of the window gives this picture the perfect balance of light and dark.
Pancake Week, Boris Kustodiyev, 1916, From the collection of: The State Tretyakov Gallery
Monochromatic The way the picture is the pretty much all different shades of one color really brings out the details that a bunch of colors could possibly hide.
Field with Flowers near Arles, Vincent van Gogh, 1888, From the collection of: Van Gogh Museum
Monochromatic The way the picture is pretty much different shades of one color really brings out the detail that a bunch of colors could hide.
Four Mandala Vajravali Thangka, Patron: Shakya Order Monks, ca. 1430, From the collection of: Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
Pattern The repetition of the designs in this piece are beautiful. This is a very good example of a pattern.
Silk Velvet Textile, Unknown, Iran, 17th Century, 1600/1700, From the collection of: The Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar
Symmetrical Balance This piece is the perfect example of symmetrical balance. You could fold it in half and it match up perfectly.
Piedra del Sol, unknown, 1250/1500, From the collection of: Museo Nacional de Antropología, México
Radial Balance This is a very good example of radial balance. everything radiates from the center out.
Spanish Pavilion. Paris International World's Fair, 1937, Josep Lluís / Luis Sert i López / Lacasa, 1987, From the collection of: Museo Reina Sofia
Scale This is an architectual model which is a small scale of a big building. They purposely changed the scale of it.
The Lady of Shalott, John William Waterhouse, 1888, From the collection of: Tate Britain
Motion/Movement We know that a boat moves in the water. Our perception of this helps us create movement in the piece,
The Fall of the Rebel Angels, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, 1562, From the collection of: Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium
Variety This piece has so much going on that it doesn't really unify on any one thing. It is a very busy painting with a lot of variety.
Basin, 1247-1249, From the collection of: Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
Repetition/Rhythm There is repetition of the design and the colors
Mosaic floor, Unknown, 1847 - 1851, From the collection of: The State Hermitage Museum
Repetition/Rhythm There is repetition in the colors and the designs
The birth of Venus, Sandro Botticelli, 1483 - 1485, From the collection of: Uffizi Gallery
Non-Representational There is really nothing in this painting that represents any real world events or places.
Untitled, Os Gêmeos, 2010, From the collection of: MAM, Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo
Abstract I feel like this piece has nothing in it that has anything in it that resembles anything from the real world.
The Merchant Georg Gisze, Hans Holbein the Younger, 1532, From the collection of: Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Representational This is clearly a painting representing the merchant Georg Gisze sitting at his table.
Still Life with Flowers and Fruit, Paul Cézanne, around 1890, From the collection of: Alte Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Organic shape I feel like this is organic shape because its a still life of fruit and flowers in someone's house. It is very natural
The Cathedral, František Kupka, 1912 - 1913, From the collection of: Museum Kampa
Geometric Shape This piece is just different little geometric shapes in the painting.
Marie-Antoinette de Lorraine-Habsbourg, queen of France, and her children, Elisabeth Louise Vigée-Lebrun, 1787, From the collection of: Palace of Versailles
Contrast The bright red of her dress contrasts with the dullness of the rest of the painting. Making it a little bit more exciting.
The hill of Montmartre with stone quarry, Vincent van Gogh, June 1886 - July 1886, From the collection of: Van Gogh Museum
Proportion The smallness of the people compared to the big hill leading up to the house shows the proportion of the hill to the people.
The white orchard, Vincent van Gogh, April 1888 - 1888, From the collection of: Van Gogh Museum
Role of Innovator Innovation is what you see it to be. To me this is a really good painting because i love nature paintings
An Athlete Wrestling with a Python, Frederic Leighton, 1877, From the collection of: Tate Britain
Actual line This piece uses his actual line of sight showing him looking directly at the python.
The Starry Night, Vincent van Gogh, 1889, From the collection of: MoMA The Museum of Modern Art
Asymmetrical This piece fits asymmetrical balance perfectly. The way the big dark figure is close on one side of the painting and the smaller dark figure is on the other side.
Christ Nailed to the Cross, Gerard David, about 1481, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
Emphasis With everyone surrounded around him, the painting really puts emphasis on Christ. Making him the focal point.
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