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A Fire Cave, 1981, William Scharf, acrylic on paper, sheet: 9 x 11 7/8 in. (22.9 x 30.3 cm), Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of anonymous donors, 1986.7.5

A Fire Cave, 1981, William Scharf, acrylic on paper, sheet: 9 x 11 7/8 in. (22.9 x 30.3 cm), Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of anonymous donors, 1986.7.5

Untitled.  Artist: Adolph Gottlieb.  Completion Date: 1967.  Style: Abstract Expressionism.   Genre: abstract painting.

Untitled. Artist: Adolph Gottlieb. Completion Date: 1967. Style: Abstract Expressionism. Genre: abstract painting.

"Spray" (1959). by Adolph Gottlieb demonstrates the element of design of point.  Gottlieb plays on a psychological tool many artists use: gestalt, or the compulsion to connect parts. In this image, the mind supplies a link between the yellow splotch on the bottom and the black hole on the top through continuity (the tendency to “connect the dots” and accept separate parts or points as part of a contour or form), proximity  and alignment (the tendency to align points into a contour or line).

"Spray" (1959). by Adolph Gottlieb demonstrates the element of design of point. Gottlieb plays on a psychological tool many artists use: gestalt, or the compulsion to connect parts. In this image, the mind supplies a link between the yellow splotch on the bottom and the black hole on the top through continuity (the tendency to “connect the dots” and accept separate parts or points as part of a contour or form), proximity and alignment (the tendency to align points into a contour or line).

El punto juega un papel importante a lo largo de la obra de Adolph Gottlieb, 1903-1974, pintor y escultor del expresionismo abstracto estadounidense. En esta obra  la composición es similar en color y tonalidad.

El punto juega un papel importante a lo largo de la obra de Adolph Gottlieb, 1903-1974, pintor y escultor del expresionismo abstracto estadounidense. En esta obra la composición es similar en color y tonalidad.

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