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  • 1. Elements and Principles of Art
    By Emily Bergen
  • 2. Elements of Art
    Line
    Color
    Shape/Form
    Texture
    Space
    Value
    The Sisters
    Mary Cassat
  • 3. Line
    An element of art: mark on a surface created by a tool (pencil, pen, brush)
    Vincent Van Gogh Grove of Cypresses 1889
  • 4. Color
    Appearance of object that is created by the differing qualities of light it reflects
    Claude Monet
    Impression: Sunrise
    1872
  • 5. Shape/Form
    Two-dimensional area defined by line or color change
    Three-dimensional artwork such as sculpture, architecture, various crafts. Also shown by shading when drawing a 3-D form on a flat surface
    John Frederick Peto
    The Old Violin
    1890
  • 6. Texture
    Actual texture is the way a surface feels; visual texture is the way it looks as if it would feel
    Mary Cassatt
    Margot in Blue
    1902
  • 7. Space
    Usually related to showing foreground, middleground, and background on a flat surface
    M. C. Escher
    Procession in Crypt
    1927
  • 8. Value
    Lightness or darkness of a color; color added to white to create tints; black added to a color to create shades
    Rembrandt van Rijn
    Self-Portrait
    1659
  • 9. Principles of Art
    Balance
    Emphasis
    Proportion
    Movement
    Rhythm, Repetition, and Pattern
    Variety
    Unity
    Starry Night
    Van Gogh
  • 10. Balance
    A harmonious arrangement of parts or elements in a design
    Chateau de Chambord
  • 11. Emphasis
    Viewer’s attention is directed to focal point in an artwork
    Cronos Devouring His Children
    Goya
  • 12. Proportion
    Relationship of one part to another
    Tipharet
    Leonardo da Vinci
  • 13. Movement
    Motion; may be simulated or actual in an artwork
    The Great Wave of Kanagawa
    Katsushika Hokusai
  • 14. Rhythm, Repetition, and Pattern
    Sense of visual movement regular or harmonious pattern created by repetition of lines, shapes, or colors
    Marilyn Monroe
    Andy Warhol
  • 15. Variety
    Principle of art in which elements are different and combined in a pleasing, non-chaotic manner
    I Spy
    Walter Wick
  • 16. Unity
    Seen or felt when all parts of an artwork give viewer a sense of harmony and completion
    Mona Lisa
    Leonardo da Vinci