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Chord Geometry - Graphical Analysis of Harmony Tool
Interactive Lessons about harmonizing melodies and scales using different Musical Styles ...


- In art, is the combination or adptation of parts, elements or related things, so as to form a consistent and orderly whole ...more info ...

Harmony in Yellow and Gold: The Gold Girl—Connie Gilchrist, ca. 1876-77
James McNeill Whistler (American, 1834-1903)
Oil on canvas
85 3/4 x 43 1/8 in. (217.8 x 109.5 cm)
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1911 (11.32) ...

: the unity of all the visual elements of a composition achieved by the repetition of the same characteristics or those which are similar in nature.

harmony. The principle of design that combines elements in a work of art to emphasize the similarities of separate but related parts.
hue. Refers to the name of a color (e.g., red, blue, yellow, orange).


A principle of design, it refers to a way of combining elements of art to accent their similarities and bind the picture parts into a whole. It is often achieved through the use of repetition and simplicity.

Harmony- A principle of art that combines elements of art in a composition to stress similarities of separate but related parts.
Highlights - Areas of direct light on an object.

/Unity:
A principle of art referring to a way of combining the elements of art to accent their similarities and bring the parts of an image or form into a whole.
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Harmony
A principle of design that refers to a way of combining elements of art in a consistent, orderly, or pleasing arrangement.
Hatching ...


In art, refers to the compatibility of parts with one another and with the whole. In music, is the sounding of two or more tones simultaneously, creating a chord.


Harmony Squares With Concentric
Rings (1913) By Wassily Kandinsky
a pioneer of Non-Objective art.

- Agreement; accord. A union or blend of aesthetically compatible components. A composition is harmonious when the interrelationships between its parts fulfill aesthetic requisites or are mutually beneficial.

Harmony was probably the last aspect of European music to be absorbed by blacks.

in Grey and Green: Miss Cicely Alexander
1872-77
Cremorne Gardens, No. 2 ...

"Art is Harmony. Harmony is the analogy of the contrary and of similar elements of tone, of color and of line, considered according to their dominance and under the influence of light, in gay, calm or sad combinations" - Georges-Pierre Seurat ...

The fine of the reds and golds, and the upward sweep from the bottom left of the open brocade cloak, whose strong lines end at the top of the Doge's hat, give this painting a sense of power and glory.

TONE harmony in colors and values in an artwork.
TRANSLUCENT clear enough to allow light to pass through.
TRANSPARENT see through.

Intrinsic , by Richard Anuszkiewicz, 1965
Stanczak's compositions tend to be the most complex of all of the color function practitioners.

Hammond, Harmony
Overview: An Exhibition in Two Parts by the A.I.R. Gallery (March 5-April 9, 1978)
Special Projects (Winter 1979) (February 11-April 1, 1979) ...

eurythmy - of proportion or movement. Among the principles of design, eurythmy is a hybrid of three of the principles — , proportion, and movement.

Classicism A form of art derived from the study of Greek and Roman styles characterized by harmony, balance, and serenity. In contrast, the Romantic Movement gave free rein to the artist's imagination and to the love of the exotic.

At the same time he was deeply interested in the works of Symbolists, who attracted him with their sincerely poetic vision of the world or, as he called it, their "dream of ".

In Konrad's painting the harmony of forms in the pictorial elements is accompanied by a homogeneity of mood, which was better able to meet the demands of a new spirit of piety, so characteristic of the International Gothic style.

The ideal landscape which was intended to express a unity of atmosphere and perfect visual was subordinated to academic laws to be respected by all artists.

Caused by the sudden social changes that occurred during the French Revolution and the Napoleonic era, Romanticism was formed as a revolt against Neoclassicism and its emphasis on order, harmony, balance, idealization, and rationality.

about the painters style "Paul Gauguin's robust talent found its first motives in Breton landscapes, in which the method of colour-spots can be found employed with delicacy and placed at the service of a rather heavy, but very interesting .

Goethe seeks to derive laws of color harmony, ways of characterizing physiological colors (how colors affect us) and subjective visual phenomena in general. Goethe studies after-images, colored shadows and complementary colors.

As a movement, conceptual art creates dis in society, jarring people out of their traditional understanding of art. According to the "Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy," "Conceptual art, it seems, is something that we either love or hate.

Italian High Renaissance artists achieved ideal of harmony and balance comparable with the works of ancient Greece or Rome. Renaissance Classicism was a form of art that removed the extraneous detail and showed the world as it was.

A "Golden Age" is known as a period of peace, , stability and prosperity. In literary works, the Golden Age usually ends with a devastating event, which brings about the Fall of Man (see Ages of Man).

On the contrary, I am in perfect harmony with my artistic even to the point of contemplating the unknown and doing that for the rest of my life.

He paints studies of flowers, which Theo describes as "finger exercises"-practice pieces in which he tries to "render intense color and not a gray .

The decoration on this ceramic jar illustrates an unusual harmony between geometric and organic shapes. The artist has acheived a perfect balance between the two.

Paul CÚzanne believed that the Impressionists had lost one of the classical hallmarks of great art: a structured composition where the visual elements are carefully refined and balanced to work in with one another.

Romanticism can be seen as a rejection of the precepts of order, calm, harmony, balance, idealization, and rationality that typified Classicism in general and late 18th-century Neoclassicism in particular.

Golden Section...A traditional proportional system for visual expressed when a line or area is divided into two so that the smaller.part is to the larger as the larger is to the whole. The ratio developed is 1:1.6180....or, roughly, 8:13.

Educated in France and later based in London, Whistler was a famous proponent of art-for-art's-sake, and an esteemed practictioner of tonal harmony in his canvases, often characterized by his masterful use of blacks and greys, ...

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The period from 1420 to 1500 is most often referred to as the Early Renaissance whereas the term High Renaissance is used to describe anything that happened from 1500 through 1530 -- involving pure, classical, balanced harmony.

mannerism A style, c. 1520-1600, that arose in reaction to the and proportion of the High Renaissance. It featured elongated, contorted poses, crowded canvases, and harsh lighting and coloring.

See also: See also: Painting, Movement, Composition, Classic, Expression

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