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A slideshow showcasing how balance, pattern, repetition, shape & colour can be used in painting.

A slideshow showcasing how balance, pattern, repetition, shape & colour can be used in painting.

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  • 1. painting using balance, pattern, repetition, shape, & colour
  • 2. Look at the following works of art. What do the artists use as subject matter?
  • 3. Consider how balance, composition symmetry, repetition, colour, & pattern, are used.
  • 4. Mme Kupka Among Verticals Frank Kupka 1910-11
  • 5. Portrait of Picasso Juan Gris 1912
  • 6. Head of a Peasant Girl Kazimir Malevich 1912-13
  • 7. Abstract Speed and Sound Giacomo Balla 1913-14
  • 8. Supermatism Kazimir Malevich 1916
  • 9. Proun El Lissitzky
  • 10. Composition 8 Piet Mondrian 1914
  • 11. Untitled Liubov Popova 1915
  • 12. Brisk Liubov Popova 1916
  • 13. Tableau 2 Piet Mondrian 1922
  • 14. Counter Composition V Theo van Diesburg 1924
  • 15. untitled (Oval Construction) Kurt Schwitters 1925
  • 16. untitled Kathleen Munn 1926-28
  • 17. In the Current Six Thresholds Paul Klee 1929
  • 18. Rhythm, Joie de Vivre Robert Delaunay 1930
  • 19. Composition Otto Freundlich 1930
  • 20. New Harmony Paul Klee 1936
  • 21. Day and Night M.C. Escher 1938
  • 22. Rythme Sonia Delaunay 1938
  • 23. Space Composition, I Johannes Itten 1944
  • 24. Space Composition, II Johannes Itten 1944
  • 25. Red, Orange, Tan and Purple Mark Rothko 1949
  • 26. The Meschers Ellsworth Kelly 1951
  • 27. The Snail Henri Matisse 1953
  • 28. Beginning Kenneth Noland 1958
  • 29. IOL Victor Vasarely 1958
  • 30. Light Red Over Black Mark Rothko 1959
  • 31. Homage to the Square: Apparition Josef Albers 1959
  • 32. The Gate Hans Hoffman 1959-60
  • 33. Combination Wall I and II Hans Hoffman 1961
  • 34. Movement in Squares Bridget Riley 1961
  • 35. Red Blue Green Ellsworth Kelly 1963
  • 36. Fez (2) Frank Stella 1964
  • 37. Harran II Frank Stella 1967
  • 38. Astratto a Onde Azzurre Kumi Sugai 1966
  • 39. Untitled Gego (Gertrude Goldschmidt) 1966
  • 40. Abra Variation 1 Frank Stella 1969
  • 41. Hommage A La Hexagone Victor Vasarely 1969
  • 42. Starry Night with Astronauts Alma Thomas 1972
  • 43. Reticularea Gego (Gertrude Goldschmidt) 1973
  • 44. Shadow Play Bridget Riley 1990
  • 45. Wall of Light Red Sean Scully 2002
  • 46. Lovejoy Jr. Mary Heilmann 2004
  • 47. Barcelona Robe Sean Scully 2005
  • 48. Creative Artist Agency (Los Angeles) Sarah Morris 2005
  • 49. Go Ask Alice Mary Heilmann 2006
  • 50. A Higher Order of Jumps Joe McAleer 2008
  • 51. Untitled Charles Burwell 2008
  • 52. Nightlife Neil Anderson 2008
  • 53. view others here: http://vi.sualize.us/elemict/ pattern%20etc%20unit/ or do so via bit.ly: http://bit.ly/bdLx3O
  • 54. Frank Curkovic