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Line - In art
Transcript of Line - In art
Indian Artist ( 1954 - )
Lines shaping the artpieces
Image by Tom Mooring
Line - In art
Norwegian artist (1863-1944)
91 x 73.5
The Munch Museum Oslo
A line is a mark that spans the range between two points.
Us. Pennelsylvania (1894-1991)
Mother of modern dance.
Lamentation - Weeping
Performed by Peggy Lynmann
A storm by the mediterranean coast
The Great wave off Kanagawa
Johann Ludig Ernst (1738-1819)
Mary Ann Trzyna (2013)
10 m × 13 m × 20 m
P. S. Krøyer
Fishermen pulling up net at Skagen Nordstrand
135 x 190,5 cm
1851 - 1909
Skagen Art Museum
1,800 cm × 618 cm × 540 cm
Aluminium & Stainless steel
Hirschhorn museum USA
Contemporary Sculptur (1927-) Oregon - USA
The Great Sphinx of Giza
Installation at 8th International Istanbul Biennial
Columbia (1958 -)
Skagen Painter (1851-1909) Denmark
Line is one of the key elements of art. Line
in 2D, 3D art pieces as well as performance art have an important role as an element having a great influence on the visual appearance of the pieces.