Composition in Art
Courier Dover Publications, 1976 - 95 pages
A painting's technique, color, and perspective may all be excellent, yet the painting will fail unless its composition succeeds. Composition is the harmonious arranging of the component parts of a work of art into a unified whole. Henry Poore examines the works of old masters and moderns in this book and uses these examples to explain the principles of composition in art.
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Review: Pictorial Composition: An IntroductionUser Review - Christopher - Goodreads
The first part of the book, in which Poore discusses composition, is the most useful. He also has an interesting take on many of the old masters and provides useful insights on why painters like ... Read full review
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