Sometimes works are also divided vertically. In three-part works one speaks of a triptych. The reasons for such a division can lie in the creativity of the artist, or a single work would simply go beyond the manageable size. Here a deliberately close grouping should be created, with only little distance between the individual pictures. In addition, the pictures should be hung in a row and on a uniform edge if possible, in order to set the belonging and the interplay ideally in scene. It is rather rare for jumping rows to appear. They create looseness, in combination with strict rows. But jumping rows can also create visual uneasiness.
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