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profile portraits --nose is placed halfway down the height of the portrait (CF) --hairline on the side of the face is parallel (AE) --The horizontal line (BG) that divides the part of the hair which is lit from the darker portion directly facing us is placed at two-thirds of the height of this piece --the back of the head, her right shoulder and the left side of her collar at the neckline are approximately on the same diagonal (DF).

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Ilaria Rosselli Del Turco explains how she uses geometric principles inspired by Renaissance masters for some of her painterly portraits.

The Top 10 Painting Tips for Creating Stronger Compositions in Your Art: Time spent planning the composition of a painting can save you the frustration of having to rework a composition later on.

Top 10 Painting Tips for Creating Stronger Compositions in Your Art

The Top 10 Painting Tips for Creating Stronger Compositions in Your Art: Time spent planning the composition of a painting can save you the frustration of having to rework a composition later on.

Saatchi Art Artist Monjal Sarra; Painting, “Composition III 01-17” #art

Composition III 01-17

Saatchi Art Artist Monjal Sarra; Painting, “Composition III 01-17” #art

Saatchi Art Artist Monjal Sarra; Painting, “Composition 01-17” #art

Saatchi Art Artist Monjal Sarra; Painting, “Composition 01-17” #art

1925 perfume presentation by De Marcy, fittingly called L’Orange Variee. It came complete as a peeled orange of painted composition, holding 8 glass vials of perfume

Today’s museum moment is this 1925 perfume presentation by De Marcy, fittingly called L’Orange Variee. It came complete as a peeled orange of painted composition, holding 8 glass bottles with labels.

Achieving a strong painting composition can be a challenge, but these tips will help you know what to look for and how to improve your compositions.

Top 10 Painting Tips for Creating Stronger Compositions in Your Art

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