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Dominant/Subordinate

Contrasting proportions of visual elements make things interesting, especially when there is one clearly dominant amount and at least one clearly subordinate…
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The organic blasting of splatters is countered by the geometry of the working area or the picture frame... even the wall itself. In the end, it becomes an issue of contrasts. Jackson Pollock @ MoMA, NYC New York City Museums, Pollock Paintings, Stone Roses, Famous Art, Jackson Pollock, Weird Art, Museum Of Modern Art, Artist Art, Beautiful Paintings
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The organic blasting of splatters is countered by the geometry of the working area or the picture frame... even the wall itself. In the end, it becomes an issue of contrasts. Jackson Pollock @ MoMA, NYC
Dominantly vertical direction; suborinately curvilinear, subordinately horizontal directions. Dominantly blue and pale yellow; subordinately red and green. Utagawa Hiroshige, artist. Japanese Woodcut, Japanese Woodblock Printing, Japanese Illustration, Illustration Art, Art Classique, Art Japonais, Japanese Painting, Sumi E, Japan Art
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Dominantly vertical direction; suborinately curvilinear, subordinately horizontal directions. Dominantly blue and pale yellow; subordinately red and green. Utagawa Hiroshige, artist.
Dominantly geometric letters, subordinately organic letters. Dominantly black, subordinately blue. Thelonious Monk with Sonny Rollins and Frank Foster (Prestige 7053) Greatest Album Covers, Music Album Covers, Album Cover Art, Book Covers, Andy Warhol, Album Design, Thelonious Monk Album, Grafik Design, Conception Album
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Dominantly geometric letters, subordinately organic letters. Dominantly black, subordinately blue. Thelonious Monk with Sonny Rollins and Frank Foster (Prestige 7053)
Dominately diagonal direction, subordinately diagonal direction, subordinately looping movement. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, artist. Atelier Photography, Art Photography, Abstract Photos, Abstract Art, Project Abstract, Laszlo Moholy Nagy, Art Beat, Multimedia Artist, Photocollage
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Dominately diagonal direction, subordinately diagonal direction, subordinately looping movement. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, artist.
Dominantly horizontal direction, subordinately vertical direction. Subordinate, Color Balance, Overlap, Negative Space, Technique, Dominant, Principles, Unity
Dominantly horizontal direction, subordinately vertical direction.
Howard Schneider
Howard Schneider
Subordination can populate any composition when contrasted to the visual weight of one dominating element. For example, this image's color palette is dominantly red due to the apparel and lip color; subordinate white background; subordinate hue of skin tone, subordinate gold necklace (yet strong enough to act as an "accent"), and subordinate dark brown hair. Audrey Hepburn by Richard Avedon. San Antonio, Richard Avedon Photography, Audrey Hepburn Born, Ruston, Dark Brown Hair, Barbie World, Golden Age Of Hollywood, Famous Women, Famous Faces
Subordination can populate any composition when contrasted to the visual weight of one dominating element. For example, this image's color palette is dominantly red due to the apparel and lip color; subordinate white background; subordinate hue of skin tone, subordinate gold necklace (yet strong enough to act as an "accent"), and subordinate dark brown hair. Audrey Hepburn by Richard Avedon.
This composition is dominantly vertical in its direction and subordinately horizontal. The color palette is dominantly red/pink, subordinately gray, yet the arrangement of forms exudes a large interest in the creation of balance, culminating in the polka-dot focal point in the upper center. Robert Rauschenberg (2006). Robert Rauschenberg, Collages, Collage Art, Richard Diebenkorn, Camille Pissarro, Joan Mitchell, Edward Hopper, Mark Rothko, Paul Gauguin
This composition is dominantly vertical in its direction and subordinately horizontal. The color palette is dominantly red/pink, subordinately gray, yet the arrangement of forms exudes a large interest in the creation of balance, culminating in the polka-dot focal point in the upper center. Robert Rauschenberg (2006).