I chose this image because of the fact that there are multiple points of focus throughout the painting, but your focus is still drawn to the man on the white horse. There also seems to be a story that could be told.
View of Tivoli: the Cascatelle and the 'Villa of Maecenas', Wilson, Richard, c.1752, From the collection of: Dulwich Picture Gallery
I chose this painting because of the way that the artist uses the rule of thirds to feature the artists that were painted into the scene, while still being able to capture the landscape.
Classical Landscape with Figures Drinking by a Fountain, Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes, 1806, From the collection of: The Toledo Museum of Art
I like how the artist uses the lines that break down the rule of thirds to contain the focus of the painting, while still showcasing the landscape.
I chose this image because I like how the artist used the rule of thirds to create two different, but equal points of interest. They placed a focus on both the building and the group of people without making one a bigger focus.
I chose this photograph because I was really drawn to the architecture and the way that the artist used the structure to direct your focus up onto the structure.
Untitled (Berlin, 09/07/2006), Andreas Gefeller, 2006, From the collection of: Elgiz Museum
I chose this image because it is so different from the other pieces that I have included within my choices. I also like how your eye goes over the various pieces of paper that are in the image before settling on the yellow strip.
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