Van Gogh uses movement when painting the sky
Munch uses movement throughout the whole painting.
Moore is using contrapposto with the woman in the painting, which gives her movement.
There is a lot of movement in each character.
Movement in the characters.
The swirls in the painting gives it movement.
Mazzuoli uses contrapposto.
Rodin uses contrapposto.
The person in the painting has a very natural stance giving the drawing movement.
Has a natural pose, giving movement.
Characters have a natural pose allowing movement.
Ferrata uses contrapposto.
The poses of the sculpture gives it movement.
The pose of the people gives movement.
Gogh's bruch strokes allows the feeling of movement.
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Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
Philadelphia Museum of Art
The Art Institute of Chicago
National Palace of Queluz
Musée d’Orsay, Paris
Musée d’Art Classique de Mougins
Maryhill Museum of Art
MoMA The Museum of Modern Art
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
The Munch Museum, Oslo
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