Principles of Design

[Wheat], Eugene Atet, 1857-1927

[Wheat], Eugene Atet, 1857-1927

This image shows the principle design of Unity. The viewers are drawn more to the image and seeing it complete and full. There is a sense of harmony in this image within the composition and placing them in a way that brings them all together.

The Conversion of Saint Paul, Wolf Huber, 1480-1553

The Conversion of Saint Paul, Wolf Huber, 1480-1553

This painting shows the principle design of Balance. This asymmetrical painting shows various of imbalance movement. Two sides of the figures are not identical because one is different from another.

Landscape, Anthony Van Dyck, 1599-1641

Landscape, Anthony Van Dyck, 1599-1641

The principle design of balance is shown in this painting. You can see the space within the entire image. It seems heavier on one side than the other.

Aurora Taking Leave of Tithonus, Francesco Solimena , 1657-1747

Aurora Taking Leave of Tithonus, Francesco Solimena , 1657-1747

Emphasis is a main component in this image. Aurora stands out the most in this painting because of the light drawing the attention to her. The focal point comes from Aurora making her the brighter and brighter character in the painting.

The Crypt of a Church with Two Men Sleeping, Hendrick van Steenwijck the Younger , 1580-1649

The Crypt of a Church with Two Men Sleeping, Hendrick van Steenwijck the Younger , 1580-1649

Balance is shown a lot in this painting. This a asymmetrical image where there is lack of information but there are details in them.

Mucius Scaevola Thrusting His Right Hand into the Flames before Lars Porsenna, Master from Konstanz (Christoph Bockstorffer), 148?-1553

Mucius Scaevola Thrusting His Right Hand into the Flames before Lars Porsenna, Master from Konstanz (Christoph Bockstorffer), 148?-1553

Contrast is a main component in this painting. The color draws your attention to where you should focus on. The element of the contrast enhance the perception of the painting. The rough vs smooth element is shown a lot in this image.

 

 

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