By DeAnna Fuery
The repetition of the giant pillars creates pattern within the cathedral.
There are four rectangles and within each rectangles there is a certain pattern depicted with the tiles.
Some painted detail on this boomerang develops a sort of geometric pattern.
The arches of this hallway create a very pleasing symmetric pattern.
A rhythmic pattern is created with these tiny square tiles.
The pattern of this image is off balance and heavier to the left where more tables and chairs are pictured.
The shape is repeated in a rhythmic way across the page.
A zig zag pattern has added interest with the changing colors maintaining the pattern itself.
A symmetric pattern is depicted here.
Perspective is given by the people standing on the twisted pattern.
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.
Museo Nacional de Antropología, Madrid
Ben Uri Gallery
Craft Revival Trust
Museum of Contemporary Art Bogotá
LIFE Photo Collection
Fundación Santa María la Real
Art Gallery of Ontario
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