Abstract-This is a representational art that is done in a specific way.
representational-This artwork represents the crucifixion of Christ.
Afocal-This piece of art makes the viewer focus on the napkin in the back.
Implied texture-This piece of art is three-dimensional on a two-dimensional surface.
Scale-This artwork is the smaller model of the Paris International world fair.
Positive/Negative Space-The solid part is positive space and the holes are negative space.
Chiaroscuro-This art uses the value of changing from light to dark.
Hatching/Cross-hatching-This art shows hatching in the floor which is lighter and cross hatching on the back wall which is darker.
Analogous-This artwork shows these colors in the background and on the man's uniform.
Unity-This piece of art shows the unity of people that believe in Christ.
Illusion of Depth-This artwork shows depth because of the buildings pushed to the back of the picture.
non-representational-This piece of art doesn't seem to represent anything
Radial Balance-In this artwork everything seems to rotate outwards.
Contour lines-In this artwork the lines in the waves make the waves look three-dimensional
Contrast-This artwork shows contrast because of the darkness in the middle showing destruction and the lightness on the outside.
Asymmetrical balance-In this artwork the trees on the left are darker than the trees on the right.
Outline-This piece of art is given a two-dimensional look because of the outline.
Symmetrical balance-This piece of art shows symmetry because both sides line up.
Repetition/rhythm-This piece of art shows a repeating of stars and swirls in the night sky.
Pattern-This piece of art shows a pattern that is unique.
Actual Texture-This piece of art shows actual texture because its a real document.
Geometric-This artwork has shape in a Spherical shape.
Emphasis-This piece of art puts focus on the woman sitting beside the candle light.
Proportion-This piece of art is proportional because every part of it is equal.
Complementary Colors-This piece of art has complementary colors on the clothes the men are wearing.
Implied lines-This piece of art makes the viewer focus on where the woman is looking.
Form-This artwork shows form because it is three-dimensional.
Variety-This artwork shows variety because it has many shapes and colors throughout the art.
Movement/Motion-This piece of art shows that the cyclist are in motion and racing.
Foreshortening-This artwork shows foreshortening because the woman look to be shrunk.
Perceptual Color-This artwork shows the further away rocks as blue.
Monochromatic-This artwork shows Monochromatic value because everything is all one color and shade.
Arbitrary-In this artwork the stone tablets are supposed to be gray but we see them as black.
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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.
Van Gogh Museum
The State Hermitage Museum
MoMA The Museum of Modern Art
Hong Kong Museum of Art
Adachi Museum of Art
Museo Reina Sofia
MALI, Museo de Arte de Lima
Alte Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Freer and Sackler Galleries
Gemäldegalerie, National Museums in Berlin
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
The Frick Collection
The National Gallery, London
The State Tretyakov Gallery
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