Principle of Motion
Taylor Debeer ART 100
Flying a Kite portrays the principle of motion even in the still photograph. The photographer truly captures and gives the viewer the illusion of time and motion happening.
The Olympic Suite, swimming sculpture shows the principle of motion by having the diagonal arms and legs to show the implied motion of swimming. `
The Portrait of Doña Rosita Morillo shows the principle of motion by creating the illusion of the motion, knitting, even though it is a still painting.
The Two Sons of Tipu Sahib, Sultan of Mysore portrays the principle of motion by making the main focal point the interaction of the young girl and man creating the illusion of time and motion.
Two Gigs in Trouble portrays the principle of motion by using diagonal lines and a somewhat diagonal perspective to give the illusion of motion.
The Untitled (cowboy) photograph shows the principle of motion by although being a still photograph when focusing on the horse's legs it gives the viewer a sense of motion.
Self-Portrait, Yawning shows the principle of motion by looking at the arms in an upward, diagonal direction gives the impression of actual motion in this still painting.
Adam and Eve shows the principle of motion by the way the artist drew the arms gives the impression to the viewer of time and motion happening in the art.
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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.
The Olympic Museum
Yale Center for British Art
Museo Dolores Olmedo
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Art Gallery of New South Wales
The J. Paul Getty Museum
The Morgan Library & Museum
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