### 1.1

Single Horizontal Line Dissecting Vertical Canvas

The first line to intersect the visual field of the picture plane is a straight horizontal line. Dividing the picture plane into two equal horizontal parts.

[ each half can be painted with any two contrasting colours or any colour scheme of the artists choice.

### 1.1

Single Horizontal Line Dissecting Vertical Canvas

The first line to intersect the visual field of the picture plane is a straight horizontal line. Dividing the picture plane into two equal horizontal parts.

[ each half can be painted with any two contrasting colours or any colour scheme of the artists choice.

### 1.2

Single Vertical Line Dissecting Vertical Canvas

The second line to intersect the visual field of the picture plane is a straight vertical line. Dividing the picture plane into two equal vertical parts.

[ each half can be painted with any two contrasting or harmonious colours or any colour scheme of the artists choice.

### 1.2

Single Vertical Line Dissecting Vertical Canvas

The second line to intersect the visual field of the picture plane is a straight vertical line. Dividing the picture plane into two equal vertical parts.

[ each half can be painted with any two contrasting or harmonious colours or any colour scheme of the artists choice.

### 1.3

Single Diagonal Line Dissecting the Diagonal of the Canvas

The third line to intersect the visual field of the picture plane is a straight diagonal line. Dividing the picture plane into two equal diagonal parts.

[ each half can be painted with any two contrasting or harmonious colours or in any colour scheme of the artists choice.

### 1.3

Single Diagonal Line Dissecting the Diagonal of the Canvas

The third line to intersect the visual field of the picture plane is a straight diagonal line. Dividing the picture plane into two equal diagonal parts.

[ each half can be painted with any two contrasting or harmonious colours or in any colour scheme of the artists choice.

### 2.1

Two Lines Dissecting the Canvas Horizontal / Vertical

The first two lines to intersect the visual field of the picture plane is a straight horizontal line and a straight vertical line. Dividing the picture plane into four equal rectangular parts. This is the only possible formulation based on using only two 90 degree perpendicular lines on a rectilinear canvas.

[ each quarter can be painted with any two contrasting or harmonious colours or in any colour scheme of the artists choice.

### 2.1

Two Lines Dissecting the Canvas Horizontal / Vertical

The first two lines to intersect the visual field of the picture plane is a straight horizontal line and a straight vertical line. Dividing the picture plane into four equal rectangular parts. This is the only possible formulation based on using only two 90 degree perpendicular lines on a rectilinear canvas.

[ each quarter can be painted with any two contrasting or harmonious colours or in any colour scheme of the artists choice.

### 2.2

Two Diagonal Lines Dissecting the Canvas Diagonally

The second two line schema to intersect the visual field of the picture plane is two equal crossing diagonal lines extending from each corner of the canvas. Dividing the picture plane into four interfacing triangular parts. This formulation creates two equal triangles interfacing vertically and two equal triangles interfacing horizontally.

[ each quarter can be painted with any two contrasting or harmonious colours or in any colour scheme of the artists choice.

### 2.2

Two Diagonal Lines Dissecting the Canvas Diagonally

The second two line schema to intersect the visual field of the picture plane is two equal crossing diagonal lines extending from each corner of the canvas. Dividing the picture plane into four interfacing triangular parts. This formulation creates two equal triangles interfacing vertically and two equal triangles interfacing horizontally.

[ each quarter can be painted with any two contrasting or harmonious colours or in any colour scheme of the artists choice.

### 2.3

Two Curvilinear Lines Dissecting the Canvas into two Hemispheres

The third two line schema to intersect the visual field of the picture plane is two curvilinear lines dividing the picture plane into two equal interfacing hemispheres. The negative spaces create two interfacing curved apexes on a horizontal axis. This formulation adds an anomaly of curved lines to the schemata of otherwise all rectilinear and angular dissections / canvases.
[ each section can be painted with any two contrasting or harmonious colours or in any colour scheme of the artists choice.

### 2.3

Two Curvilinear Lines Dissecting the Canvas into two Hemispheres

The third two line schema to intersect the visual field of the picture plane is two curvilinear lines dividing the picture plane into two equal interfacing hemispheres. The negative spaces create two interfacing curved apexes on a horizontal axis. This formulation adds an anomaly of curved lines to the schemata of otherwise all rectilinear and angular dissections / canvases.
[ each section can be painted with any two contrasting or harmonious colours or in any colour scheme of the artists choice.

### 0.1

1 complete colour filling the plane of the canvas

The first 0 / 1 schemata of the set is one complete colour filling the whole visual field of the picture plane.

### 0.1

1 complete colour filling the plane of the canvas

The first 0 / 1 schemata of the set is one complete colour filling the whole visual field of the picture plane.

### 0.2

2 complete colours filling the plane of the canvas

The second 0 / 2 schemata of the set is two complete colours filling the whole visual field of the picture plane. The second colour application should cover the entire first colour. Exposing the edges of the underneath layer is optional.
[ The full picture plane can be painted with any second monochrome, warm, cool, contrasting or harmonious colour of the artists choice.

### 0.2

2 complete colours filling the plane of the canvas

The second 0 / 2 schemata of the set is two complete colours filling the whole visual field of the picture plane. The second colour application should cover the entire first colour. Exposing the edges of the underneath layer is optional.
[ The full picture plane can be painted with any second monochrome, warm, cool, contrasting or harmonious colour of the artists choice.

### 0.3

3 complete colours filling the plane of the canvas

The third 0 / 3 schemata of the set is the completion of three complete overlapping colours filling the whole visual field of the picture plane. The third colour application should cover the entire first & second colour. Exposing the edges of the underneath layers is optional.
[ The full picture plane can be painted with any three monochrome, warm, cool, contrasting or harmonious colours of the artists choice.

### 0.3

3 complete colours filling the plane of the canvas

The third 0 / 3 schemata of the set is the completion of three complete overlapping colours filling the whole visual field of the picture plane. The third colour application should cover the entire first & second colour. Exposing the edges of the underneath layers is optional.
[ The full picture plane can be painted with any three monochrome, warm, cool, contrasting or harmonious colours of the artists choice.