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  • Title:StudienblattmitzweiSelbstbildissenYear: 1891
  • Title: Dancer Adjusting Her SlipperDate: 1893
  • Title: DancerDate: 1880-1905
  • UntitledDate: 1966
  • Title: East SideDate: 1980
  • Title: Portrait de DiegoDate: 1958
  • Title:Annette with ChariotDate: 1950
  • Title: Portrait of My FatherDate: 1891
  • Title: Weeping Woman in Front of a WallDate: 1937
  • Title: Weeping WomanDate: 1937
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    • 1. Elements of Art What is a line?
    • 2. Line• The pathway of a moving point; A mark made by using a tool, such as a pen or pencil and pushing or dragging it across a surface. Lines can be made with many different tools and methods and can have many qualities.
    • 3. Line• Lines can be curved or straight; vertical, horizontal, or diagonal; thick or thin smooth or fuzzy; light or dark; and continuous or broken.• Examples of various lines to be discussed:• Light to Dark Lines• Mark making• Gradation
    • 4. • There are 5 main kinds of lines: vertical, horizontal, diagonal, curved and zigzag.• Any combination of lines can be used to create, a desired effect, emotion or movement.
    • 5. Henry MooreAbstract Sculptor and artist
    • 6. Käthe KollwitzGerman Expressionist
    • 7. Käthe Kollwitz
    • 8. Edgar DegasImpressionist
    • 9. Edgar DegasImpressionist
    • 10. Philip GustonAbstract Expressionist
    • 11. Philip Guston
    • 12. Alberto GiacomettiPost Impressionist
    • 13. Alberto GiacomettiPost Impressionist
    • 14. Jacques Villon Cubist
    • 15. Pablo Picasso Cubist
    • 16. Pablo Picasso Cubist