Principles of art
Texture, color, and form are used evenly throughout this work to create BALANCE.
Value, and texture are used in this work in similar images in different places to create MOVEMENT.
Color and value are used in different shades and levels of brightness to create EMPHASIS on the object.
Texture, color, and value similarities are used throughout this work leading your eyes to the right and creating REPETITION.
Form, and shape are used in this work to show great EXAGERATION on the main object of the work.
Color, and shape differences in brightness are used in this work to create CONTRAST with the subjects and the background.
Color, texture, and value are used in similarities in this work to create UNITY throughout it.
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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.
Minneapolis Institute of Art
Art Gallery of New South Wales
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
Royal BC Museum
The Olympic Museum
Museo Nacional de Arte
The Phillips Collection
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