Rule of Thirds
I chose works of art from multiple mediums that show the Rule of Thirds
The child is in the top right of tho photo
The cowboy is in the bottom right of the photo
Stonehenge is off center and towards the bottom
The canoes are off center in the bottom left
The building is in the top right of the painting
The pedestrian is in the bottom right of the drawing
The carriage is in the bottom right
The house is in the top left corner
The person is in the bottom right, making it the subject of the painting.
The man is off center, giving the painting a more appealing look.
The mother and child are off center making them the subject and giving the painting a more appealing look.
The painter is off center, which makes him the subject.
the man on the corner is in the bottom right of the painting.
The woman and child are in the bottom right of the foreground,
The man is in the center but the cow and tree are off center, giving it a more appealing look.
Credits: All media
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The J. Paul Getty Museum
Yale Center for British Art
Musée d’Orsay, Paris
Sakıp Sabancı Museum
Dulwich Picture Gallery
National Gallery of Victoria
Art Gallery of New South Wales
Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
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