Presentation on theme: "MODERN AGE And golden section. «Bathers at Asnieres» He was a French neo-impressionist characterized by the familiar styles with infinite points. In the."— Presentation transcript:
«Bathers at Asnieres» He was a French neo-impressionist characterized by the familiar styles with infinite points. In the paintings of Seurat, the golden rectangles are very obvious. The size of the canvases and the subdivisions of the paintings, both horizontally and vertically, clearly show the strict application of the golden ratio. George Seurat (1859-1891)
Composition in Red, Yellow, and Blue (1926) He was a Dutch artist who believed that mathematics and art are closely linked. In order to express the reality, nature and logic from a different perspective he used the simple geometric shapes and primary colors (blue, red, yellow). Piet Modrian (1872-1944)
Rembrandt Van Rijn (1606-1669) He is considered to be the greatest Dutch artist and the principal representative of the Baroque style.
He is one of the most famous painters of the 20th century and a very eccentric representative of contemporary art. Salvador Dali (1904-1989) The Sacrament of the last Supper, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
The dimensions of the painting are according to the golden ratio. The dome of the room forms a regular dodecahedron, which is directly linked to the golden mean (the faces are formed by regular pentagons). Christ is located in the center of the pentagon. The Sacrament of the last Supper, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC