The Elements of Dynamic Symmetry

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Dover Publications, 1926 - Art - 133 pages
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Originally published as a series of lessons in Hambidge's magazine, The Diagonal, this engrossing book explains all the basic principles of dynamic symmetry. Part I covers fundamental rectangles while Part II explains compound rectangles, many of which were taken from or suggested by the analysis of Greek art objects. 118 illustrations.

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User Review  - Ellen Martens - Goodreads

I am struggling with this book. The information is potentially very useful to me as an artist, but the terminology is dense, and I am not very savvy in terms of math or complex geometry. That makes it very slow going. Luckily there is a glossary! Read full review

Review: The Elements of Dynamic Symmetry

User Review  - Goodreads

I am struggling with this book. The information is potentially very useful to me as an artist, but the terminology is dense, and I am not very savvy in terms of math or complex geometry. That makes it very slow going. Luckily there is a glossary! Read full review

Contents

THE DYNAMIC SYMMETRY OF THE PLANT
1
SIMPLE RECTANGLES
15
THE SQUARE OR UNITY
17
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