By: Atef Omari

Red-figure Kalix Krater, Niobidi Painter, 460 BC - -0460, From the collection of: National Archaeological Museum of Ferrara
Balance: This refers to balance because the up is even on both sides if split down the middle. Since it has art on it, it wont be a mirror image but it would be Approximate Symmetry
Contrast: This refers to contrast because the background of the painting his blank and then the hare is in the middle making 2 different colors in the middle making the hare stand out
The Battle of the U.S.S. "Kearsarge" and the C.S.S. "Alabama", Édouard Manet, French, 1832 - 1883, 1864, From the collection of: Philadelphia Museum of Art
Movement: This refers to movement because the ships are in the sea at war and therefore they are moving and shifting around. This uses Visual Movement.
The Temptation of Saint Anthony, Joos van Craesbeeck, circa 1650, From the collection of: Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe
Proportion: This refers to proportion because the guys head is huge compared to his other body parts and humans there.
Triptych, Georgios Klontzas, 1580 - 1600, From the collection of: Monastery of St. John the Theologian, Patmos, Greece
Asymmetrical Balance: This refers to asymmetrical balance because the picture is identical when split down the middle but the inside of the picture on both sides are diffrent
Piedra del Sol, unknown, 1250/1500, From the collection of: Museo Nacional de Antropología, México
Repetition: This refers to repetition because it uses some the the same design throughout the circle.
The Red Tree 2, Kang, Kyung Koo, 2011, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
Unity: This refers to unity because it uses a lot of the same colors throughout.
- 1st series of panels, 1963-01-01/1964-09-23, From the collection of: Opéra national de Paris
Variety: This refers to variety because it uses a lot of different colors.
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