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Sacred Geometry in Art History

Hexagonal grids used in paintings. Drawing the grid with a compass, the first two points determine the entire grid. Because the grid is inherently three-dimensional, it works as a sort of perspective. Heraclitus: The hidden harmony is better than the obvious. The Painter's Secret Geometry 117: In the Middle Ages the 'geometry' of a work [...]

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