Lithograph: The two main elements are shape (geometric/natural) and space (Overlapping/shading). The two main principles are empasis(the clowness) and Proportion(the people in foreground/bachground).
Oil on card: The two main principles in this piece are emphasis(the clown) and variety (her pose). The two elements are form(the clown) and color(black and bright color contrast.)
Wood Engraving: The dominant elements in this print are line (in the women's clothing, the background, eyc.) and space(overlapping, size, etc.) The principles are repetition(lines) and proportion.
Oil on Canvas: The principles in the piece are movement(waves, wind, etc.) and emphasis(The figures against nature). The elements are Space(overlapping) and form(the figures).
Woodcut: The dominant elements are color(contrast) and line(contour). The principles are pattern(black) and emphasis(through color).
Painting: Prominent principles are balance(through color) and proportion(likeness in size). The elements are color(the woman's hair) and form(the two people).
Drypoint: Line and Value(shadows) and main elements, while repetition(in black and white) and balance(asymmetrical).
Ink on Paper: Main principles in this drawing are balance(through proportion) and proportion(by the likeness of two figures). Main elements are form(the figures) and space(through positioning).
Etching: The main elements are line and texture(through line). The main principles are movement(towards the vanishing point) and variety(of line).
Oil on Canvas: The dominant principles are movement(the curving river), and emphasis(on the mill); the main elements are space(overlapping) and texture(in nature).
Credits: All media
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.
Collection of Prints, Drawings and Photographs, Dresden State Art Collections
Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University
Musée d’Orsay, Paris
The Munch Museum, Oslo
Art Gallery of South Australia
The Phillips Collection
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
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