Monday, 18 July 2011


Painting which serves as a mode of expression is acquired by applying paint, tint, color or other standard to a surface. The painting in art depicts both the act and the performance. It can be naturalistic as well as representational. The elements play a vital role in every beautiful and attractive painting.

Elements of paintings
1.     Intensity

The sensitivity and symbol of intensity enables every painting. In space each point has its personal strength that can be symbolized in painting by black and white and all the gray shades between. 

2.     Color and tone

The essence of music is pitch and rhythm. Similarly color and tone stands as an essence for the paintings. Colors are extremely biased, and also have observable psychological effects.
The colors simply not speaking the psychological and symbolical meanings, yet they are added only add to the potential, derived context of meanings. Because of this the acuity of a painting is vastly subjective. 

3.     Rhythm

Rhythm plays a very important role in both the music as well as paintings. Rhythm can be defined as "a silence included into a series". In art the free flow of power donates to the esthetical value.

4.     Non-traditional elements

The non – traditional elements are mainly used in Modern paintings by Modern artists. Those modern painters include dissimilar resources such as sand, buttress, straw or wood for their texture. 

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