Analysis of the painting (a-1961, Paul Burlin ) at the Smithsonian Museum of American Art -principal elements of art and design elements in the painting -analyze the separation lines between colors and how they impact the relations between colors and the overall perception of the painting. Which hues are present in the painting, and what is its overall temperature? How saturated are the colors? Is there contrast or complement? What color schemes are present in the painting? What can be said about their relationships? -Analyze the design composition of the painting. identify the principles of design that can be found in its design—organizational pattern (linear, grid, centralized, radial, clustered); axes of symmetry or balance; focal points; proportions; etc. -Identify and analyze lines and forms. How do these shapes relate to each other? Are there proportional relationships?



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