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Q: Artists used geometric shapes to represent nature and human forms.?

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Geometric refers to shapes .. the geometric draws are usually mathematical in nature heavy on lines and technical shapes

Geometric and angular shapes are general classes of shapes associated with geometry and with geometry/trigonometry respectively. The two terms ("geometric shapes" and "angular shapes") are very general in nature, and it isn't really "doable" to make a list of all the geometric and angular shapes one may encounter.

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A couple of general observations: All shapes are geometric shapes. They may not be regular but they are still geometric. But, at a sufficiently detailed level, none of them will be geometric because all geometric shapes are ideals. A sphere, in nature is likely to be rough - at the molecular level - and so not precisely spherical. Subject to those two comments, how about: Stars (including the sun): spheres. Table salt (NaCl) crystal: cube Honeycomb : hexagonal based prism Carbon tetrachloride or methanr molecules: tetrahedra.

geometric shapes are based on mathematical principles like square, triangle, circle etc organic shapes are those found in nature like plant, pebble, cloud etc

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It was Leonardo da Vinci who used geometric shapes to represent nature and human forms. Leonardo was an Italian polymath.

Geometric refers to shapes .. the geometric draws are usually mathematical in nature heavy on lines and technical shapes

Geometric Shapes

Yes forms usually are either organic or geometric. Organic shapes resemble shapes usually met in nature; the gentle curve of a tree branch, the floral or a rock for example. Geometric shapes are easy to draw and measure with rulers and other devices. Usual geometric shapes are symmetric like circle, square, triangle, cross... for example. Geometric shapes can also be asymmetric.

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It would be free-form or organic shapes.

Geometric and angular shapes are general classes of shapes associated with geometry and with geometry/trigonometry respectively. The two terms ("geometric shapes" and "angular shapes") are very general in nature, and it isn't really "doable" to make a list of all the geometric and angular shapes one may encounter.

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The sun and the moon are spheres... and maybe mountains are cones?

A couple of general observations: All shapes are geometric shapes. They may not be regular but they are still geometric. But, at a sufficiently detailed level, none of them will be geometric because all geometric shapes are ideals. A sphere, in nature is likely to be rough - at the molecular level - and so not precisely spherical. Subject to those two comments, how about: Stars (including the sun): spheres. Table salt (NaCl) crystal: cube Honeycomb : hexagonal based prism Carbon tetrachloride or methanr molecules: tetrahedra.

An organic shape is flowy, uneven, not symmetrical while geometric shapes are precise.