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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Associated Concepts Facet .... Associated Concepts Facet
   Hierarchy of Associated Concepts (hierarchy name) ........ Associated Concepts (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of <concepts in the arts and humanities> ............ <concepts in the arts and humanities>
   Hierarchy of artistic concepts ................ artistic concepts
   .................... formal concepts (artistic concept)
   Hierarchy of <form and composition concepts> ........................ <form and composition concepts>
   ............................ alignment
   ............................ articulation
   ............................ asymmetry (composition concept)
   ............................ balance (composition concept)
   Hierarchy of color (perceived attribute) ............................ color (perceived attribute) [N]
   Hierarchy of <composition and compositional elements> ............................ <composition and compositional elements>
   ............................ contrast
   ............................ disproportion
   ............................ enfilades
   ............................ form (composition concepts)
   ............................ frontality
   ............................ horizontality
   ............................ isocephaly
   Hierarchy of layout (composition) ............................ layout (composition)
   Hierarchy of linear forms ............................ linear forms
   ............................ linearity (form concept)
   ............................ massing
   ............................ monumentality
   ............................ morbidezza
   ............................ obliquity
   Hierarchy of optical correction ............................ optical correction
   ............................ painterliness
   Hierarchy of plan (formal concept) ............................ plan (formal concept)
   Hierarchy of proportion ............................ proportion
   Hierarchy of scale (relative size) ............................ scale (relative size)
   ............................ setbacks (formal concept)
   Hierarchy of space (composition concept) ............................ space (composition concept)
   Hierarchy of symmetry ............................ symmetry
   Hierarchy of texture (physical attribute) ............................ texture (physical attribute) [N]
   ............................ verticality
   ........................ complexity (artistic concept)
   Hierarchy of harmony (artistic concept) ........................ harmony (artistic concept)
   ............................ concinnity
   ........................ rhythm (artistic concept)
   ........................ simplicity (artistic concept)
   ........................ unity (artistic concept)
   Hierarchy of <visual and representational concepts> ........................ <visual and representational concepts>
   ............................ continuous representation
   ............................ depth of field
   ............................ distortion
   ............................ figure-ground perception
   Hierarchy of illusionism ............................ illusionism
   Hierarchy of optical illusion ............................ optical illusion
   Hierarchy of perspective-related concepts ............................ perspective-related concepts
   ............................ plasticity
   Hierarchy of pose ............................ pose [N]
   ............................ quotations (visual concepts)
   ............................ repeated motif
   ............................ sight lines
   ............................ simultaneous representation
   ............................ tactile values
   ............................ viewpoint
   ........................ absorption (artistic concept)
   ........................ emphasis (artistic concept)
   ........................ movement (compositional concept)
   ........................ repetition (artistic concept)
   ........................ texture (artistic concept)
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