Unique Examples of line

Event Horizon, Adam Cvijanovic, 2009, From the collection of: SCAD Museum of Art
This picture represents line very uniquely by using the space between the white squares to form the lines.
The Starry Night, Vincent van Gogh, 1889, From the collection of: MoMA The Museum of Modern Art
Vincent van Gogh does a great job at using unique line work to give an unique look and feel. He mixes short lines and long lines that are usually curved to make a beautiful night sky.
A dream journey to the mountains and rivers, Wang Hui, 1702, From the collection of: Hong Kong Museum of Art
This art work uses very simple line work that still gives the feeling of depth, texture, and hight. By varying the thickness and weight of the lines makes everything stand out.
Meditation, Jiri Kornatovsky, 2004 - 2005, From the collection of: Museum Kampa
All this drawing uses is curved lines to give the impression of curves and roundness by changing the line weight. Giving an excellent appearance of roundness.
Portrait of Pere Ferran, Santiago Rusiñol, 1895, From the collection of: Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, Barcelona
With a bold outline the artist used quick straight lines to add shadows and depth to this man.
There's No Place Like Home, Ani O'Neill, 1998 - 2001, From the collection of: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
Even though there is now solid line here your brain makes lines through the use of the straight rows of colored dots.
Dancing in the Flames (Important Cultural Property), Hayami Gyoshū, 1925, From the collection of: Yamatane Museum of Art
I love the appearance of line work this piece has because it gives the fire a feeling of movement.
View of Dresden by Moonlight, Johan Christian Dahl, 1839, From the collection of: New Masters Gallery, Dresden State Art Collections
This artist used line very creatively by using the shoreline to draw your eye to the bridge which in turn draws your eye straight the city. He used this natural lines to guide you through the painting.
Presentation drawing for American Eagle (Ann Arbor War Memorial Eagle), Marshall M. Fredericks, 1950, From the collection of: Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum
Although this piece doesn't have boundaries the lines still add depth and the appearance of objects while keeping you focused on the subject matter.
Scipio Africanus Freeing Massiva, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, 1719-1721 (Baroque), From the collection of: The Walters Art Museum
In this piece the lines play as a guide. The stairs form a mental line that leads you you to the man in the middle as do the structures in the back. From there the mans outreached arm makes a line that leads you to the other subjects in the painting.
This painting has a strong use of line to make a very realistic perspective view of this town street.
Moonlit Night on the Dniepr, Arkhip Kuindzhi, 1882, From the collection of: The State Tretyakov Gallery
The lines in this painting are the subject matter. The lake is essentially just a thick line that stands out more than anything else. The clouds in the sky form a line around the moon explaining whats going on in the picture.
Title Unknown, Suad al-Attar, 1975, From the collection of: Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art
This piece is a great example of how simple lines can form an image. The lines, in my opinion, depict a town on a hill. The lines form this town and leads your eyes from bottom to top.
Patch of grass, Vincent van Gogh, 1887, From the collection of: The Kröller-Müller Museum
This painting is literally just all lines thats move upwards to resemble tall flowing grass.
This piece uses lines for alot of the little details. short lines make up the ripples in the water and longer lines give the impression of layers within the mountain in the distance.
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