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|Material Type:||Government publication, State or province government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Dorothy Koster Washburn; Donald W Crowe
|ISBN:||029596586X 9780295965864 0295970847 9780295970844|
|Description:||x, 299 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.|
|Contents:||History and theory of plane pattern analysis. Crystallographic and mathematical history ; Applications of geometry to design : historical precedents ; Symmetry analysis in anthropological perspective (Symmetry : a property of regular patterns ; Symmetry as a factor in perception ; Symmetry as a feature underlying style ; Systematic classifications : the first step in theory building ; Concepts and theories : the next steps to understanding culture) --
Mathematical principles and terminology. Symmetries of the plane : the four motions (Reflection ; Translation ; Rotation ; Glide reflection) ; Designs, repeated patterns, and dimension ; Recapitulation ; Notation for one-color designs and patterns (Notation for finite designs ; Notation for one-color, one-dimensional patterns ; Notation for one-color, two-dimensional patterns) --
Color symmetry. General principles for two-color patterns ; Examples of two-color patterns --
Notation for two-color patterns (Notation for two-color finite designs ; Notation for two-color, one-dimensional patterns ; Notation for two-color, two-dimensional patterns ; Type/Subtype notation) ; Coloring consistent with motion --
One-dimensional patterns. Flow charts for the one-dimensional patterns ; Examples of one-color and two-color, one-dimensional patterns --
Two-dimensional patterns. Flow charts for the two-dimensional patterns ; Examples of one-color and two-color, two-dimensional patterns (Patterns with no rotations ; Patterns with 180 degree rotations ; Patterns with 90 degree rotations ; Patterns with 120 degree rotations ; Patterns with 60 degree rotations) --
Problems in classification. Pattern dimension ; Compound patterns ; Pattern irregularities --
Appendixes. 1. The four rigid motions of the plane ; 2. The seven classes of one-dimensional design ; 3. Comparative notation for the two-color, two-dimensional patterns.
|Responsibility:||Dorothy K. Washburn, Donald W. Crowe.|
Art historians have long been aware of recurring symmetrical patterns of form and color in ancient, tribal, folk and applied arts. Lately, anthropologists have begun using 'symmetry analysis' as a
- Repetitive patterns (Decorative arts)
- Pattern perception.
- Symmetry (Art)
- 21030 -- design -- p1030 -- patterns -- p1030 -- symmetry
- Motifs (Art décoratif)
- Perception des structures.
- Symétrie (Art)
- Motifs (art décoratif)
- Symétrie (art)
- Perception des formes.