Form

In its widest sense, form refers to the total structure of a work of art. It is the synthesis of all the visible aspects of that structure and of the manner in which they are united to create the work’s distinctive character. Basically, it is an artwork’s form that enables the viewer to perceive it. Form also refers to an element of art that is three-dimensional (height, width, and depth) and encloses volume.






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