By; Tanner Dutton, Alex Holder, & Gabriel Penaloza


Elements are repeated in the same way throughout the whole composition, in pattern.

Piet Mondrian

A dutch painter after 1906, Piet Mondrian was part of the De Stijl art movement and group. Mondrian's paintings consisted of a white canvas and black lines and usually the 3 colors blue, red, and yellow.

Paul Jackson Pollock

Known as Jackson Pollock was part of the abstract expressionist movement, he is well known for the style known as drip painting, using rhythm. His wife Lee Krasner was a big influence in his legacy and career. Pollock was famous for his paintings but also because in his work he did represent an object realistically. A while after his death in 1956, Pollock was given a memorial retrospective exhibition of his work in 1967 at the Museum of Modern Art, (MoMA) in New York City.

Vincent Van Gough

An artist that had a far-reaching influence on 20th century art, Van Gough was known for his bold color, emotional pieces and beautiful rhythm he gives to his art. In 1886 he moved to Paris and discovered the French Impressionists. Known for his portraits and landscapes, Van Gough gave high color and his art easily showed his emotions. At the time of his death Van Gough was said to be ill, but at a high in his art creating ability, critics called his work completely in control and "longing for concision and grace".

Artist with Rhythm