Unformatted text preview: very bold. He used subordination by having numerous people both alive and dead in the background which causes us to move our eyes when looking at this picture. You can also see the look on the emotional faces that are in this painting. Another example of subordination in this painting is the church in the background. Both Tanner and Goya used great examples of emphasis and subordination. However, I feel that Goya did a better job at subordination because it was so emotional and it was clear to see what these men were feeling. I think that Tanner did a better job at emphasis because he really drew in the audience to see the emotion what the boy and his instructor felt about playing the banjo....
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- Winter '08
- Feeling, Henry Ossawa Tanner, Francisco Goya, subordination, The Third of May 1808