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Point and Line to Plane by Wassily Kandinsky

Title Point and Line to Plane
Author Wassily Kandinsky
Publisher
Release 2013-12
Category Art
Total Pages 190
ISBN 9781614275466
Language English, Spanish, and French
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2013 Reprint of 1947 Edition. Exact facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. In this title Kandinsky analyzed the geometrical elements which make up every painting-the point and the line. He called the physical support and the material surface on which the artist draws or paints the basic plane, or BP. He did not analyze them objectively, but from the point of view of their inner effect on the observer. A point is a small bit of color put by the artist on the canvas. It is neither a geometric point nor a mathematical abstraction; it is extension, form and color. This form can be a square, a triangle, a circle, a star or something more complex. The point is the most concise form but, according to its placement on the basic plane, it will take a different tonality. It can be isolated or resonate with other points or lines. A line is the product of a force which has been applied in a given direction: the force exerted on the pencil or paintbrush by the artist. The produced linear forms may be of several types: a straight line, which results from a unique force applied in a single direction; an angular line, resulting from the alternation of two forces in different directions, or a curved (or wave-like) line, produced by the effect of two forces acting simultaneously. The book contains many photographic examples and drawings from Kandinsky's works which offer the demonstration of its theoretical observations, and which allow the reader to experience the inner effect of the point and line to plane.

Point and Line to Plane by Wassily Kandinsky

Title Point and Line to Plane
Author Wassily Kandinsky
Publisher Courier Corporation
Release 1979-01-01
Category Art
Total Pages 146
ISBN 9780486238081
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Russian artist develops his theory of the function of form, color, rhythm, texture, and time in painting, and their relationship

Point and Line to Plane by Wassily Kandinsky

Title Point and Line to Plane
Author Wassily Kandinsky
Publisher Courier Corporation
Release 2012-03-15
Category Art
Total Pages 192
ISBN 0486136248
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This famous work by a pioneer in the movement to free art from the bonds of tradition explores the role of the line, point, and other key elements of non-objective painting. 127 illustrations.

Title Point and Line to Plane
Author Hummel
Publisher
Release 2008
Category
Total Pages 30
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Point and Line to Plane by Wassily Kandinsky

Title Point and Line to Plane
Author Wassily Kandinsky
Publisher
Release 1966
Category
Total Pages 196
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Point and line to plane by Ulrich Rückriem

Title Point and line to plane
Author Ulrich Rückriem
Publisher
Release 2013
Category Drawing, German
Total Pages 64
ISBN 9783863354404
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Point and line to plane by Luisa Pastor

Title Point and line to plane
Author Luisa Pastor
Publisher
Release 2009
Category
Total Pages 21
ISBN 9788460649656
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ulrich R ckriem by Dorothee Böhm

Title Ulrich R ckriem
Author Dorothee Böhm
Publisher
Release 2013
Category
Total Pages
ISBN 9783863356699
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Vectors and Coordinate Geometry by Vladimir Serdarushich

Title Vectors and Coordinate Geometry
Author Vladimir Serdarushich
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release 2016-02-24
Category
Total Pages 184
ISBN 9781523688661
Language English, Spanish, and French
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vectors in plane and space, length of vector, magnitude of vector, collinear vectors, opposite vectors, coplanar vectors, addition of vectors, triangle rule and parallelogram rule, zero or null vector, subtraction of vectors, scalar multiplication, multiplication of vector by scalar, unit vector, linear combination of vectors, linear dependence of vectors, vectors and coordinate system , Cartesian vectors, vectors in coordinate plane, vectors two dimensional system of coordinates, radius vector, position vector, vector components, vectors in two-dimensional system examples, vectors in three-dimensional space in terms of Cartesian coordinates, angles of vectors in relation to coordinate axes, directional cosines, scalar components of vector, unit vector of vector, vectors in three-dimensional coordinate system examples, scalar product, dot product, inner product, perpendicularity of vectors, different position of two vectors, values of scalar product, square of magnitude of vector, scalar product of unit vector, scalar or dot product properties, scalar product in coordinate system, angle between vectors in coordinate plane, projection of vector in direction of another vector, scalar and vector components, vector product or cross product, vector product, right-handed system, example of vector product in physics, condition for two vectors to be parallel, condition for two vectors to be perpendicular, vector products of standard unit vectors, vector product in component form, mixed product or scalar triple product definition, mixed product properties, condition for three vectors to be coplanar, mixed product, scalar triple product, mixed product expressed in terms of components, vector product and mixed product use examples,coordinate geometry, points lines and planes in three-dimensional coordinate system represented by vectors, points lines and planes in three-dimensional space, position of two lines in 3D space, coplanar lines, skew lines, line and plane in three-dimensional space, two planes in three-dimensional space, line of intersection of two planes, orthogonality of line and plane and, orthogonal projection of point on plane, distance from point to plane, angle between line and plane, angle between two planes, line in three-dimensional coordinate system, equation of line in space, vector equation of line, parametric equation of line, equation of line defined by direction vector and point, symmetric equation of line, distance between two points, orthogonal projection of line in space on xy coordinate plane, line in 3D space examples, angle between lines, condition for intersection of two lines in 3D space, equations of plane in coordinate space, equations of plane in 3D coordinate system, intercept form of equation of plane, equation of plane through three points, distance between point and plane, angle between two planes, line and plane in space, line of intersection of two planes, projection of line on coordinate planes, two planes of which given line is their intersection, intersection point of line and plane, sheaf or pencil of planes, angle between line and plane, orthogonal projections, point line and plane distances, condition for line and plane to be perpendicular, line perpendicular to given plane, plane perpendicular to given line, projection of point on plane in space, projection of point on line in space, line perpendicular to given line, plane parallel with two skew lines, plane parallel with two parallel lines, distance between point and line in 3D space, distance between point and plane in space example, distance between parallel lines, distance between skew lines,

Title The Art Theory of Wassily Kandinsky 1909 1928
Author Christopher Short
Publisher Peter Lang
Release 2010
Category Art
Total Pages 241
ISBN 9783039113996
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Kandinsky's theory of art has usually been treated as little more than a guide to help our understanding of his paintings. In contrast, this book attends primarily to the artist's writings on art; thus his art theory is treated on its own terms. Drawing on the diverse literature that has been written on Kandinsky's art and theory, the author demonstrates that while many different perspectives on his work have been identified, none holds the 'key' to that work. Instead, the book shows Kandinsky's method in his writings to be highly eclectic, resulting in an exciting and challenging variety of content (a description that also applies, as a postscript to the book shows, to his method in painting). Kandinsky, however, transcended this diversity and consistently sought evidence of the unity of all things: something that would be realised through his understanding of the term 'synthesis'. The book follows Kandinsky's fascinating attempts to establish synthesis (not only in art but also in other disciplines including science, mathematics, law and politics) in his key theoretical publications: On the Spiritual in Art (1911) and Point and Line to Plane (1926). The result is a new and innovative understanding of both Kandinsky's art theory and his art.

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