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1 Davis Art Images Supplemental Image Set Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast

2 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast 1. Kyra Markham, July 4, 1936, 1936, lithograph on paper, 41 x 35 cm (16 1/8 x13 7/8") ©Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown

3 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 9 Contrast 2. Kamisaka Sekka, From the portfolio "World of Things" #5: Dog and Snail, , ink and color with gold and silver leaf on paper, page 30 x 22 cm (11 7/8 x 8 5/8") ©Cleveland Museum of Art

4 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 9 Contrast 3. Italy, Abbey, Pomposa, 9th century (Campanile 1063) Photo © Davis Art Images

5 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast 4. Chokwe People, Mwana pwo mask, 19th-20th centuries, wood, fiber, metal and pigment, height: cm (7 1/2") ©Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

6 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Contrasting Materials 5. Unknown Artist, Oaxaca, Mexico, Mask, 19th century, wood, mule hair and bamboo teeth Private Collection

7 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Contrasting Materials 6. Bwa People(?), Bush Buffalo Mask, early 1900s, wood, cord and fibers, height: 69.8 cm (27 1/2") ©Cleveland Museum of Art

8 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Contrasting Materials 7. Thailand, Wat Arun, Bangkok, begun 1842, main spire, detail: a demon, showing embedded bits of Chinese porcelain Photo © Davis Art Images

9 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Contrasting Materials 8. Martin Carlin, Writing table (bonheur du jour), c , oak with satinwood, tulipwood and mahogany veneers; gilt bronze mounts, soft-paste porcelain plaques, 103 x 70 x 43 cm (40 5/8 x 27 5/8 x 17") ©Philadelphia Museum of Art

10 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Line Contrasts 9. Japan, Iconographic Drawing of Miroku, the Buddha of the Future, 13th century, ink and color on paper, 92.6 x 80 cm (36 7/16 x 31 1/2") ©Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

11 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Line Contrasts 10. Raymond Duchamp-Villon, Rooster: Sketch of Medallion, c1915, pencil on paper 23 x 18 cm (9 1/16 x 7 1/16") ©Philadelphia Museum of Art

12 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Line Contrasts 11. Isabel Bishop, Shoe Shine, c1936, ink on paper, 13x13 cm (5 1/8 x 5 1/8") Photo courtesy Richard H. Love Gallery, Chicago, Image © Davis Art Images

13 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 9 Contrast Line Contrasts 12. Laurence Gartel, Green Portrait, 1983, cibachrome print from digital image, 21.6 x 27.9 cm (8 1/2 x 11") ©Laurence Gartel, Collection of the Artist

14 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 9 Contrast Using Shape, Form and Size 13. Marianne Brandt, Teapot, 1924, nickel silver and ebony, height: 18 cm (7 1/16") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

15 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Using Shape, Form and Size 14. Laurence Gartel, Red/Blu, 2006, ink jet print from digital file, 76 x cm (30 x 40") ©Laurence Gartel, Collection of the Artist

16 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Using Shape, Form and Size 15. Paul Signac, Opus 217. Against the Enamel of a Background Rhythmic with Beats and Angles, Tones and Colors, Portrait of Félix Fenéon, 1890, oil on canvas, 73.5 x 92.5 cm (29 x 36 1/2") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

17 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Contrasting Dark and Light 16. Julia Margaret Cameron, Mrs Herbert Duckworth (Julia Jackson), 1867, albumen silver print on paper, 45 x 31 cm (17 3/4 x 12 3/16") ©Philadelphia Museum of Art

18 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Contrasting Dark and Light 17. Joseph Stella, Steel Worker, 1908, charcoal on paper, 59.6 x 43.1 cm (23 1/2 x 17") ©Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, Gift of Carl Dennison, 1975

19 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Contrasting Dark and Light 18. Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, ), A Polish Nobleman, 1637, oil on panel, 96.8 x 66 cm (38 1/8 x 26 1/8") ©National Gallery of Art, Washington, Andrew W. Mellon Collection

20 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Color Contrasts 19. Naum Gabo, Construction in Space X, 1953, plexiglas nylon wire and aluminum base 73 x 46 x 47 cm (28 7/8 x 18 1/8 x 18 5/8") ©Museum of Modern Art, New York

21 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Color Contrasts 20. Clyfford Still, 1950 B, 1950, oil on canvas, x cm (84 x 67 1/2") ©The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC

22 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Color Contrasts 21. Kenneth Noland, April, 1960, acrylic on canvas, 40.7 x 40.7 cm (16 x 16") ©The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC

23 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 9 Contrast Color Contrasts 22. Emil Nolde, Christ Among the Children, 1910, oil on canvas, 87 x 106 cm (34 3/8 x 41 7/8") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

24 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Contrasting Textures 23. Kongo People, Congo, Nkisi nkondi power figure, 19th-20th centuries, wood, glass, iron nails, pigment, sacred material, 61 x 30.5 x 20.3 cm (24 x 12 x 8 ") ©Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

25 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Contrasting Textures 24. Dan People, Liberia/Ivory Coast, Mask, 20th century, wood, vegetable fiber, shells, height: 41.9 cm (16 1/2") ©Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

26 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Contrasting Textures 25. Auguste Perret, 23 rue Franklin, Paris, , facade, detail: floral faience wall panels Photo © Davis Art Images

27 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 9 Contrast Contrasting Textures 26. Spain, Alcazar, Seville, Court of Maidens, primarily Photo © Davis Art Images

28 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Contrasts in Time and Style 27. Jean Tinguely, Fragment from Homage to New York, 1960, painted metal, fabric, tape, wood and rubber tires, 203 x 75 x 223 cm (80 x29 5/8 x 87 7/8") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

29 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Contrasts in Time and Style 28. Claes Oldenburg, Geometric Mouse Scale A, 1975, painted steel and aluminum, 370 x 381 x 453 cm (145 1/2 x 150 x 178 1/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

30 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 9 Contrast Contrasts in Time and Style 29. Mitchell / Giurgola Associates (now MGA Partners), Pennsylvania Mutual Insurance Builiding, 1974, Philadelphia, entrance encompassing preserved 19th century façade Photo © Davis Art Images

31 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 9 Contrast Contrasting Ideas 30. Claes Oldenburg, Floor Cake, 1962, painted canvas and foam, length: 288 cm (113 1/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

32 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 9 Contrast Studio Experience - Pop Art Sculpture 31. Andy Warhol, Brillo Box, 1964, synthetic polymer paint and silkscreen ink on wood, 43 x 43 x 37 cm (17 x 17 x 14 5/8") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

33 Exploring Visual DesignSet 116J Part 2The Principles of Design, 9 -- Contrast 1.Kyra Markham, July 4, 1936, 1936, lithograph on paper, 41 x 35 cm (16 1/8 x13 7/8") ©Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown BIAA Kamisaka Sekka, From the portfolio "World of Things" #5: Dog and Snail, , ink and color with gold and silver leaf on paper, page 30 x 22 cm (11 7/8 x 8 5/8") ©Cleveland Museum of Art CL Italy, Abbey, Pomposa, 9th century (Campanile 1063) Photo © Davis Art Images Chokwe People, Mwana pwo mask, 19th-20th centuries, wood, fiber, metal and pigment, height: cm (7 1/2") ©Museum of Fine Arts, Boston MFAB-762 Contrasting Materials 5.Unknown Artist, Oaxaca, Mexico, Mask, 19th century, wood, mule hair and bamboo teeth Private Collection Contrasting Materials 6.Bwa People(?), Bush Buffalo Mask, early 1900s, wood, cord and fibers, height: 69.8 cm (27 1/2") ©Cleveland Museum of Art CM-414 Contrasting Materials 7.Thailand, Wat Arun, Bangkok, begun 1842, main spire, detail: a demon, showing embedded bits of Chinese porcelain Photo © Davis Art Images Exploring Visual Design, Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 9 Contrast

34 Contrasting Materials 8.Martin Carlin, Writing table (bonheur du jour), c , oak with satinwood, tulipwood and mahogany veneers; gilt bronze mounts, soft-paste porcelain plaques, 103 x 70 x 43 cm (40 5/8 x 27 5/8 x 17") ©Philadelphia Museum of Art PMA-1579 Line Contrasts 9.Japan, Iconographic Drawing of Miroku, the Buddha of the Future, 13th century, ink and color on paper, 92.6 x 80 cm (36 7/16 x 31 1/2") ©Museum of Fine Arts, Boston MFAB-823 Line Contrasts 10.Raymond Duchamp-Villon, Rooster: Sketch of Medallion, c1915, pencil on paper 23 x 18 cm (9 1/16 x 7 1/16") ©Philadelphia Museum of Art PMA-2346 Line Contrasts 11.Isabel Bishop, Shoe Shine, c1936, ink on paper, 13x13 cm (5 1/8 x 5 1/8") Photo courtesy Richard H. Love Gallery, Chicago, Image © Davis Art Images Line Contrasts 12.Laurence Gartel, Green Portrait, 1983, cibachrome print from digital image, 21.6 x 27.9 cm (8 1/2 x 11") ©Laurence Gartel, Collection of the Artist GAR-103 Using Shape, Form and Size 13.Marianne Brandt, Teapot, 1924, nickel silver and ebony, height: 18 cm (7 1/16") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-D0059 Using Shape, Form and Size 14.Laurence Gartel, Red/Blu, 2006, ink jet print from digital file, 76 x cm (30 x 40") ©Laurence Gartel, Collection of the Artist GAR-104 Exploring Visual Design, Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 9 Contrast

35 Using Shape, Form and Size 15.Paul Signac, Opus 217. Against the Enamel of a Background Rhythmic with Beats and Angles, Tones and Colors, Portrait of Félix Fenéon, 1890, oil on canvas, 73.5 x 92.5 cm (29 x 36 1/2") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-P2005 Contrasting Dark and Light 16.Julia Margaret Cameron, Mrs Herbert Duckworth (Julia Jackson), 1867, albumen silver print on paper, 45 x 31 cm (17 3/4 x 12 3/16") ©Philadelphia Museum of Art PMA-1471 Contrasting Dark and Light 17.Joseph Stella, Steel Worker, 1908, charcoal on paper, 59.6 x 43.1 cm (23 1/2 x 17") ©Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, Gift of Carl Dennison, 1975 BIAA-185 Contrasting Dark and Light 18.Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, ), A Polish Nobleman, 1637, oil on panel, 96.8 x 66 cm (38 1/8 x 26 1/8") ©National Gallery of Art, Washington, Andrew W. Mellon Collection NGA-P0028 Color Contrasts 19.Naum Gabo, Construction in Space X, 1953, plexiglas nylon wire and aluminum base 73 x 46 x 47 cm (28 7/8 x 18 1/8 x 18 5/8") ©Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-S1005 Color Contrasts 20.Clyfford Still, 1950 B, 1950, oil on canvas, x cm (84 x 67 1/2") ©The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC PC-400 Color Contrasts 21.Kenneth Noland, April, 1960, acrylic on canvas, 40.7 x 40.7 cm (16 x 16") ©The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC PC-310 Exploring Visual Design, Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 9 Contrast

36 Color Contrasts 22.Emil Nolde, Christ Among the Children, 1910, oil on canvas, 87 x 106 cm (34 3/8 x 41 7/8") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-P0024 Contrasting Textures 23.Kongo People, Congo, Nkisi nkondi power figure, 19th-20th centuries, wood, glass, iron nails, pigment, sacred material, 61 x 30.5 x 20.3 cm (24 x 12 x 8 ") ©Museum of Fine Arts, Boston MFAB-733 Contrasting Textures 24.Dan People, Liberia/Ivory Coast, Mask, 20th century, wood, vegetable fiber, shells, height: 41.9 cm (16 1/2") ©Museum of Fine Arts, Boston MFAB-754 Contrasting Textures 25.Auguste Perret, 23 rue Franklin, Paris, , facade, detail: floral faience wall panels Photo © Davis Art Images Contrasting Textures 26.Spain, Alcazar, Seville, Court of Maidens, primarily Photo © Davis Art Images Contrasts in Time and Style 27.Jean Tinguely, Fragment from Homage to New York, 1960, painted metal, fabric, tape, wood and rubber tires, 203 x 75 x 223 cm (80 x29 5/8 x 87 7/8") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-S1099 Contrasts in Time and Style 28.Claes Oldenburg, Geometric Mouse Scale A, 1975, painted steel and aluminum, 370 x 381 x 453 cm (145 1/2 x 150 x 178 1/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-S1008 Exploring Visual Design, Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 9 Contrast

37 Contrasts in Time and Style 29.Mitchell / Giurgola Associates (now MGA Partners), Pennsylvania Mutual Insurance Building, 1974, Philadelphia, entrance encompassing preserved 19th century façade Photo © Davis Art Images Contrasting Ideas 30.Claes Oldenburg, Floor Cake, 1962, painted canvas and foam, length: 288 cm (113 1/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-S1089 Studio Experience -- Pop Art Sculpture 31.Andy Warhol, Brillo Box, 1964, synthetic polymer paint and silkscreen ink on wood, 43 x 43 x 37 cm (17 x 17 x 14 5/8") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-S1072 Exploring Visual Design, Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 9 Contrast


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