examples of lines
The lines are thinner, so they add more detail. Some of the lines are curved, which adds more texture than it would if they were straight.
Most of the lines in this artwork are thick and bold, which gives the artwork volume.
Most of the lines in this artwork are closer together, so they appear to be (a) solid object(s)
The lines in this artwork are very thick and bold, which adds texture as well as the appearance of three dimensions.
Some of the lines in this artwork are very thick and bold, which makes them stand out compared to the thinner lines.
Some of the lines in the artwork are bolder than others, making them appear closer to the viewer.
The lines in the artwork are in different directions, which gives it texture.
The lines in this artwork are very thick, and they overlap, which gives the painting a very textured look.
Some of the lines in this painting are very light and thin, which makes them appear to be farther away than the thicker lines.
The artwork here has implied lines, which make it so that there appears as though an object is there, though the artist didn't draw it.
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Today Art Museum
Korean Art Museum Association
Muzeum umění Olomouc
Hong Kong Museum of Art
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
National Gallery of Victoria
Royal Collection Trust, UK
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