The perfect curve of line art
A Gallery by Jerry Miller
I love the way they did the cross hatching on this line piece to show the shadows.
There's a real sense of motion here, looks like the person is being dragged and either people are trying to stop the person or are assisting. Like arresting someone.
I had a hard time trying to understand what was going on here. I like to think its something in another room or something very tragic happened in this spot.
Just look at that detail! This shows some very impressive levels of detail. I love the way the lighting helped this piece out, gave it some real sense of debth.
It says standing man but I see a man with a cane or possibly a weapon, spear or sword. Maybe this was a duelist and it was a rapier.
I love that in the Japanese style artwork they went long vertical ways instead of horizontal, it gives me a sense of movement.
I really like the way the shadows cast on these types of sculptures to create a shadow casted living painting on the walls around it.
I love looking at outlines like this, sketches that arent quite finished or things before they are painted always give me a good feeling.
This is a nice gestural sketch, looks like old greek paintings towards her face.
I like how this person really took the time to study this type of tree before sketching it, some people wouldnt bother painting the more fuzzy underside of this plant.
I think what George Romney did in this piece was do a super quick sketch on the bottom then went ahead and did shadowing very quickly on the top.
I love the way they sketched the eye brows, doing it this way you can get a sense that his eyebrows were really fuzzy and hairy more than average.
There has to be a better explanation for this piece. Maybe there was a flood or a tidal wave that happened and the person was injured and is being rescued.
This is some really trippy artwork to take in but I love the mix line density in the spots!
This is a great piece of line work, taking it into a whole new dimension.
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This user gallery has been created by an independent third party and may not always represent the views of the institutions, listed below, who have supplied the content.
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
Today Art Museum
Korean Art Museum Association
Yale Center for British Art
Freer and Sackler Galleries
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Amon Carter Museum of American Art
The J. Paul Getty Museum
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