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1 Davis Art Images Supplemental Image Set Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm

2 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm 1. Umberto Boccioni, Unique Forms of Continuity in Space, 1913, bronze, 111 x 89 x 40 cm (43 3/4 x 35 1/8 x 15 3/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

3 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm 2. Julio le Parc, Instability Through Movement, 1962, synthetic polymer paint on wood and polished aluminum in painted wood box, 73 x 145 x 93 cm (28 3/4 x 57 1/4 x 36 3/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

4 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm 3. Iktinos and Kallikrates, Acropolis, Athens, Parthenon, 447-432 BCE, south elevation Photo © Davis Art Images

5 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm 4. Vera Mukhina, Industrial Worker and Collective Farm Woman, c1935, bronze, study Tate Modern, London, Photo © Davis Art Images

6 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Actual Movement 5. George Rickey, Two Lines -- Temporal I, 1964, stainless steel, height: 11 meters (36' 1/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

7 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Actual Movement 6. Alexander Calder, Lobster Trap and Fish Tail, 1939, mobile of painted steel wire and aluminum, 260 x 290 cm (102 1/2 x 114 1/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

8 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Actual Movement 7. Tim Hawkinson, Emotor, 2001, mixed- media, image: 125 x 91 x 10 cm (49 1/4 x 36 x 3 15/16"); cable: 51 meters (167' 4") Private Collection, courtesy Ace Gallery, photo: Ace Gallery

9 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Recorded Action 8. Harold Edgerton, Milk Drop, c1936, gelatin silver print, 24 x 19 cm (9 9/16 x 7 1/2") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

10 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Recorded Action 9. Takahashi Haruka, New Year's Card with Airplane, 1920s, color lithograph on card stock, 8.8 x 13.8 cm (3 7/16 x 5 7/16") ©Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

11 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Recorded Action 10. Frederic Remington, The Bronco Buster, 1895, bronze (casting #245), height:57 cm (22 1/2") ©Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio

12 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Compositional Movement 11. Bart A. van der Leck, Abstract Composition, 1927, oil on canvas, 47 x 48 cm (18 5/8 x 19") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

13 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Compositional Movement 12. Kanô Shôsen'in Masanobu, Waterfall, latter half 19th century, hanging scroll, ink and light color on silk, image: 105.4 x 40 cm (41 1/2 x 15 3/4") ©Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

14 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Compositional Movement 13. Bryant and Gilman, 18 to 36 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, 1861 Photo © Davis Art Images

15 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Types of Rhythm 14. Laylah Ali, Untitled, 2000, gouache on paper, 33 x 53 cm (13 x 20 7/8") Photo Courtesy Miller Block Gallery, Boston

16 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Types of Rhythm 15. Ancient Persia, Royal Audience Hall of Darius I, Persepolis, c500 BCE, sculpture: east stairway relief -- officers with guards and Medes Photo © Davis Art Images

17 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Types of Rhythm 16. Bridget Riley, Current, 1964, synthetic polymer paint on composition board, 148 x 149 cm (58 1/4 x 58 3/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

18 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Flowing 17. Yamamoto Baiitsu, Waves and Moon, ink on silk, mounted as hanging scroll, painting: 61 x 114.6 cm (24 1/8 X 45 1/8") ©Philadelphia Museum of Art

19 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Flowing 18. Antonio Gaudí, Guell Park, Barcelona, main staircase, colonnade at top, 1900-1914 Photo © Davis Art Images

20 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Flowing 19. Harold Haydon, Stained glass window: Fire, 1972, University of Chicago, Rockefeller Chapel, Chicago Photo © Davis Art Images

21 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Flowing 20. Henri Matisse, The Swimming Pool, panel a, 1952, gouache on paper; cut and pasted, on white painted paper mounted on burlap, 230.1 x 847.8 cm (7' 6 5/8" x 27' 9 1/2") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

22 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Flowing 21. Henri Matisse, The Swimming Pool, panel b, 1952, gouache on paper; cut and pasted, on white painted paper mounted on burlap, 230.1 x 847.8 cm (7' 6 5/8" x 27' 9 1/2") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

23 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Flowing 22. Henri Matisse, The Swimming Pool, panel b, 1952, gouache on paper; cut and pasted, on white painted paper mounted on burlap, 230.1 x 847.8 cm (7' 6 5/8" x 27' 9 1/2") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

24 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Flowing 23. Henri Matisse, The Swimming Pool, panel d, 1952, gouache on paper; cut and pasted, on white painted paper mounted on burlap, 230.1 x 847.8 cm (7' 6 5/8" x 27' 9 1/2") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

25 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Flowing 24. Henri Matisse, The Swimming Pool, panel e, 1952, gouache on paper; cut and pasted, on white painted paper mounted on burlap, 230.1 x 847.8 cm (7' 6 5/8" x 27' 9 1/2") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

26 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Alternating 25. Navajo Culture, Sarape, pre-1860, wool interlocked tapestry weave, 143 x 183.5 cm (56 5/16 x 72 1/4") ©Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

27 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Alternating 26. Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Composition of Circles, 1930, oil on canvas, 50 x 64 cm (19 3/4 x 25 1/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

28 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Alternating 27. Katherine Porter, I am an American…Uneasy Dream, 1981, oil on canvas, 231 x 231 cm (91 x 91") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

29 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Unexpected 28. Frank Stella, Katsura, 1979, oil and epoxy on aluminum, wire mesh, 292 x 234 x 76 cm (115 x 92 1/8 x 30") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York

30 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Unexpected 29. Aaron Douglas, Cover for untitled portfolio of illustrated poems in "Opportunity" magazine: "Hughes" (Langston), and "Douglas" (Aaron), 1926, photolithograph on paper ©Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence

31 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Unexpected 30. Liu Ts'ai, Album leaf: Three Fish,17th century, ink on silk ©Philadelphia Museum of Art

32 Exploring Visual Design Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm Studio Experience - Action 31. John Steuart Curry, End Run, 1942-1946, oil on canvas, 97 x 151 cm (38 1/4 x 59 1/2") ©Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown

33 Exploring Visual DesignSet 116M Part 2The Principles of Design, 12 -- Movement and Rhythm 1.Umberto Boccioni, Unique Forms of Continuity in Space, 1913, bronze, 111 x 89 x 40 cm (43 3/4 x 35 1/8 x 15 3/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-S0028 2.Julio le Parc, Instability Through Movement, 1962, synthetic polymer paint on wood and polished aluminum in painted wood box, 73 x 145 x 93 cm (28 3/4 x 57 1/4 x 36 3/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-P2129 3.Iktinos and Kallikrates, Acropolis, Athens, Parthenon, 447-432 BCE, south elevation Photo © Davis Art Images 4439 4.Vera Mukhina, Industrial Worker and Collective Farm Woman, c1935, bronze, study Tate Modern, London, Photo © Davis Art Images 3671 Actual Movement 5.George Rickey, Two Lines -- Temporal I, 1964, stainless steel, height: 11 meters (36' 1/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-S1149 Actual Movement 6.Alexander Calder, Lobster Trap and Fish Tail, 1939, mobile of painted steel wire and aluminum, 260 x 290 cm (102 1/2 x 114 1/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-S1015 Actual Movement 7.Tim Hawkinson, Emotor, 2001, mixed-media, image: 125 x 91 x 10 cm (49 1/4 x 36 x 3 15/16"); cable: 51 meters (167' 4") Private Collection, courtesy Ace Gallery, photo: Ace Gallery ART21THA-62 Exploring Visual Design, Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm

34 Recorded Action 8.Harold Edgerton, Milk Drop, c1936, gelatin silver print, 24 x 19 cm (9 9/16 x 7 1/2") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-P2564 Recorded Action 9.Takahashi Haruka, New Year's Card with Airplane, 1920s, color lithograph on card stock, 8.8 x 13.8 cm (3 7/16 x 5 7/16") ©Museum of Fine Arts, Boston MFAB-1070 Recorded Action 10.Frederic Remington, The Bronco Buster, 1895, bronze (casting #245), height:57 cm (22 1/2") ©Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio BIAA-87 Compositional Movement 11.Bart A. van der Leck, Abstract Composition, 1927, oil on canvas, 47 x 48 cm (18 5/8 x 19") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-P2130 Compositional Movement 12.Kanô Shôsen'in Masanobu, Waterfall, latter half 19th century, hanging scroll, ink and light color on silk, image: 105.4 x 40 cm (41 1/2 x 15 3/4") ©Museum of FIne Arts, Boston MFAB-845 Compositional Movement 13.Bryant and Gilman, 18 to 36 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, 1861 Photo © Davis Art Images 6899 Types of Rhythm 14.Laylah Ali, Untitled, 2000, gouache on paper, 33 x 53 cm (13 x 20 7/8") Photo Courtesy Miller Block Gallery, Boston ART21AL-96 Types of Rhythm 15.Ancient Persia, Royal Audience Hall of Darius I, Persepolis, c500 BCE, sculpture: east stairway relief -- officers with guards and Medes Photo © Davis Art Images 10213 Exploring Visual Design, Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm

35 Types of Rhythm 16.Bridget Riley, Current, 1964, synthetic polymer paint on composition board, 148 x 149 cm (58 1/4 x 58 3/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-P0613 Flowing 17.Yamamoto Baiitsu, Waves and Moon, ink on silk, mounted as hanging scroll, painting: 61 x 114.6 cm (24 1/8 X 45 1/8") ©Philadelphia Museum of Art PMA-2976 Flowing 18.Antonio Gaudí, Guell Park, Barcelona, main staircase, colonnade at top, 1900-1914 Photo © Davis Art Images 15129 Flowing 19.Harold Haydon, Stained glass window: Fire, 1972, University of Chicago, Rockefeller Chapel, Chicago Photo © Davis Art Images 1252 Flowing 20.Henri Matisse, The Swimming Pool, panel a, 1952, gouache on paper; cut and pasted, on white painted paper mounted on burlap, 230.1 x 847.8 cm (7' 6 5/8" x 27' 9 1/2") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-P1469 Flowing 21.Henri Matisse, The Swimming Pool, panel b, 1952, gouache on paper; cut and pasted, on white painted paper mounted on burlap, 230.1 x 847.8 cm (7' 6 5/8" x 27' 9 1/2") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-P1470 Flowing 22.Henri Matisse, The Swimming Pool, panel b, 1952, gouache on paper; cut and pasted, on white painted paper mounted on burlap, 230.1 x 847.8 cm (7' 6 5/8" x 27' 9 1/2") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-P1471 Exploring Visual Design, Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm

36 Flowing 23.Henri Matisse, The Swimming Pool, panel d, 1952, gouache on paper; cut and pasted, on white painted paper mounted on burlap, 230.1 x 847.8 cm (7' 6 5/8" x 27' 9 1/2") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-P1472 Flowing 24.Henri Matisse, The Swimming Pool, panel e, 1952, gouache on paper; cut and pasted, on white painted paper mounted on burlap, 230.1 x 847.8 cm (7' 6 5/8" x 27' 9 1/2") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-P1473 Alternating 25.Navajo Culture, Sarape, pre-1860, wool interlocked tapestry weave, 143 x 183.5 cm (56 5/16 x 72 1/4") ©Museum of Fine Arts, Boston MFAB-567 Alternating 26.Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Composition of Circles, 1930, oil on canvas, 50 x 64 cm (19 3/4 x 25 1/4") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-P2235 Alternating 27.Katherine Porter, I am an American…Uneasy Dream, 1981, oil on canvas, 231 x 231 cm (91 x 91") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-P2205 Unexpected 28.Frank Stella, Katsura, 1979, oil and epoxy on aluminum, wire mesh, 292 x 234 x 76 cm (115 x 92 1/8 x 30") ©The Museum of Modern Art, New York MOMA-P2351 Unexpected 29.Aaron Douglas, Cover for untitled portfolio of illustrated poems in "Opportunity" magazine: "Hughes" (Langston), and "Douglas" (Aaron), 1926, photolithograph on paper ©Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence SMA-15 Exploring Visual Design, Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm

37 Unexpected 30.Liu Ts'ai, Album leaf: Three Fish,17th century, ink on silk ©Philadelphia Museum of Art PMA-1057 Studio Experience -- Action 31.John Steuart Curry,End Run, 1942-1946, oil on canvas, 97 x 151 cm (38 1/4 x 59 1/2") ©Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown BIAA-352 Exploring Visual Design, Part 2 The Principles of Design, Chapter 12 Movement and Rhythm


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