Along with shading and perspective, a method for implying form in a two-dimensional artwork
Refers to precise, regular, and mathematically defined shapes or forms; add order or stability to an artwork; the landscape as well as architecture in Douglas's Aspects of Negro Life
Refers to natural, irregular, and freeform shapes or forms; add movement or rhythm to an artwork; and Wright's later architecture
Along with foreshortening and perspective, a method for implying form in a two-dimensional artwork
The object or the Positive space
The areas of an artwork other than the figures, such as the background
The figures of an artwork occupy this area; also called the figure
Yarn, rope, shells, and the like create this type of texture
The impression of texture, as seen in a painting of coarse grass
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