This is an example of line because, if you zoom in you can see the different lines that of shades of black.
This is an example of form because, you can walk around it and under it. Also, it's a sculpture not a painting.
If you zoom in on this picture you will see the texture of the easel which makes you think that the painting is a real place.
This sculpture you think that it's facing one direction but really it's facing both directions. It has both positive and negative spacing
The painting has two different values of blue. It goes from light blue to a dark blue.
With shades from grey to black it's an example of intensity.
In the painting you see leaves. Leaves are examples of organic shapes. Both leaves have no crisp lines and they aren't made by hand.
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Fubon Art Foundation
Minneapolis Institute of Art
Korean Art Museum Association
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
The J. Paul Getty Museum
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
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