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Proportion and harmony of line and color in painting, sculpture, and architecture

an essay in comparative aesthetics

by George Lansing Raymond

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Published by G. P. Putnam"s sons in New York, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aesthetics

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAlumni collection
    SeriesComparative aesthetics, v.7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxiii, 459 p.
    Number of Pages459
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24773897M

      The elements of art are sort of like atoms in that both serve as "building blocks" for creating something. You know that atoms combine and form other things. Sometimes they'll casually make a simple molecule, as when hydrogen and oxygen form water (H 2 O). If hydrogen and oxygen take a more aggressive career path and bring carbon along as a co-worker, together they might form Author: Shelley Esaak. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to ensure edition identification: ++++ Proportion And Harmony Of Line And Color In Painting, Sculpture, And Architecture: An Essay In Comparative Aesthetics 2 George Lansing Raymond Putnam's Sons, Aesthetics; Color; Proportion (Art).

    Art is often examined through the interaction of the principles and elements of art. The principles of art include movement, unity, harmony, variety, balance, contrast, proportion and pattern. The elements include texture, form, space, shape, color, value and line. The various interactions between the elements and principles of art help artists.   The principles of art represent how the artist uses the elements of art to create an effect and to help convey the artist's intent. The principles of art and design are balance, contrast, emphasis, movement, pattern, rhythm, and unity/variety. The use of these principles can help determine whether a painting is successful, and whether or not the painting is finished.

    Unity/Harmony: Relates to the sense of oneness, wholeness, or order in a work of art. Combining similar colors, shapes, lines, textures, and patterns in an artwork can create harmony. Movement: Refers to the arrangement of parts in a work of art to create a slow to fast action of the eye.-Pattern, contrast, line . Instructors who assign formal analyses want you to look—and look carefully. Think of the object as a series of decisions that an artist made. Your job is to figure out and describe, explain, and interpret those decisions and why the artist may have made them. – The Writing Center, University of .


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Excerpt from Proportion and Harmony of Line and Color: In Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture an Essay in Comparative Æsthetics Once more, artistic proportion is based in this volume, as all acknowledge rhythm to be, upon the principle of by: 2.

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Proportion and Harmony | VOL-7 || Raymond George Lansing | pdf Proportion and harmony of line and color in painting, sculpture, and architecture; an essay in comparative aesthetics Book Name pdf book,free download- eBookmela. The orange squares and the blue grid that surround them are in harmony based on both color and shape.

The round form of distorted squares adds variety. The ball breaks the monotony of squares and adds interest. Unity. Unity is the principle of art that gives an artwork a feeling of “oneness”.

Unity and harmony are similar, but unity is more broad. The two primary uses of line in art are. establishing form by denoting borders a triadic color harmony is. forms with ____ such as sculpture and architecture exist in three dimensional space and they carve out volumes of space within and around them.

mass. Allan Kaprow took art in a new direction with happenings. his primary claim was a. art should be a permanent physical record of an event b. art should concentrate on its basic forms of sculpture and painting c. artists had to have credentials and advanced training d. that american art was not meeting the desire of the general public.

What are the basic 'tools' or 'vocabulary' in art called like line, form, value, shape, color, space, and time for example. In the book it is described as an artwork that is anti-commercial and conceived in the mind of the artist.

A semi-transparent layer of color on a painting or a layer of color. Comparative Aesthetics: Proportion and harmony of line and color in painting, sculpture, and architecture. 2d ed. rev. Volume 7 of Comparative Aesthetics, George Lansing Raymond: Author: George Lansing Raymond: Publisher: G.P.

Putnam's sons, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Export Citation: BiBTeX. The golden ratio is a mathematical proportion based on pi () and is used to define aesthetically pleasing proportions in art and architecture.

It can be derived with a number of geometric constructions, each of which divides a line segment at the unique point where the ratio of the whole line to the l arge segment is the same as the ratio of the large segment t o the small segment.

How would you define proportion in art. First thing that comes to mind is Golden Ratio, Divine Section, or Golden Proportion – these are some of the terms used to describe one of the most famous examples of proportion in ered the ideal one, Golden Ratio is defined through precise mathematical equation in which a line divided into two parts where the longer part (a) divided by the.

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PROPORTION IN ARCHITECTURE. Architecture, like music, deals with forms that to only a limited extent can be said to result from an imitation of nature.

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2d Ed. Rev. by George Lansing Raymond (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The word art encompasses many meanins, including process. Which of the following is considered an artistic process.

Examining a work of art in its historical, social, and political ___________ enables you to better understand it. You just studied 80 terms.

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An article attempting to explain the link between sound and visual or spacial prportion in art and architecture. Harmony and Proportion by John Boyd-Brent About Scotland Arts pages Introduction; Alberti: Architectural Proportions "Here the longer Line contains the shorter twice, excluding one Tone of that shorter Line.".

Proportion and scale are principles of art that describe the size, location, or amount of one element in relation to another. They have a great deal to do with the overall harmony of an individual piece and our perception of the art. As a fundamental element in artistic work, proportion Author: Shelley Esaak.1.

The material used to create a work of art. 2. The binder for a paint, such as oil. 3. An expressive art form, such as painting, drawing, or sculpture. MINIMALISM. A style of painting and sculpture in the mid 20th century in which the art elements are rendered with a minimum of lines, shapes, and sometimes color.