Implied Line- The line dividing his face from the background isn't a drawn line, but there's clearly a difference in the two planes.
Actual Line- There are a lot of really small lines in this one, lines that were physically made.
Geometric Shape- The shapes in this one resemble straight lines and shapes with near mathematical dimensions.
Organic Shape- The form of the man in this artwork has less sharp angles and more realistic shapes that resemble nature.
Complementary Colors- The red and green of this piece are complementary colors.
Complementary Colors- The blue, greens and purples of this piece are complementary colors.
Arbitrary Colors- This artwork has a lot of arbitrary colors in it because the people are different colors than they would be in reality. Nobody is orange, red, black, green, etc.
Perceptual Colors- The yellows and blues are contrasted to each other since they are opposite colors, they cause each other to stand out.
Illusion of Depth- The artist made the boats seem larger and more detailed, making them appear closer and the structures farther away. But they're not really far away, because it's a two-dimensional painting.
Positive/Negative Space- The lightness and darkness of the contrasting colors create different images composed of each color.
Actual Texture- This painting has actual texture, if you look closely at it you can see where the paint builds up.
Implied Texture- This one has implied texture because one can almost feel the folds of Pilate's robes even though its a flat surface.
Monochromatic Schemes- This work is monochromatic because nearly all of the work is a different shade of blue.
Hatching/Cross Hatching- This piece is an example of hatching, it is composed of lots of little lines. The darker zones of the work are more dense with lines.
Chiaroscuro- This work is a good example of chiaroscuro because of the dramatic differences in the light and dark areas of the painting.
Pattern- This work has a recurring pattern of branchless trees.
Symmetrical- This piece is pretty symmetrical, the plumes and the valleys all balance each other out.
Radial Balance- This one is radially balanced because of how everything seems to flow outward from the face in the center of the circle.
Asymmetrical Balance-
Contrast- This work is full of contrasting colors, light on dark.
Movement/Motion- This work has got plenty of motion in it. The way the angels seem to fall and fly and the swinging of swords all seem to have motion.
Emphasis- This work displays emphasis because of how the two soldiers at the front seem to stand out above the rest. They're lighter, and a light surrounds them.
Proportion- This one displays proportion in how the knight up front seems larger than the building in the back because of his closeness.
Repetition/Rhythm- This piece shows rhythm in the way the thin trees all look similiar and there's a significant space separating the groups of trees.
Unity- Sounds crazy, but I think there's some unity in the chaos of this one. All the chaos seems to balance itself out on each side and its pleasing to the eye.
Variety- This one shows variety because all the structures in the work seem to be angled to the same point, like a one-point perspective style, but it's also made up of lots of little dots of paint, like pointilism.
Representational- This work is representational because it looks very much like the real world.
Abstract- This is abstract because it does in no way resemble reality.
Non-representational- This piece is non-representational because the subject of the art doesn't even seem to resemble anything that really exists.
Scale- This shows scale because the swan is obviously way larger than it should be compared to its surroundings.
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