“pictorial polyphony”

[term: Paul Klee’s, definition: mostly mine]
>>A style of simultaneously combining a number of parts, each forming an individual melody yet at the same time harmonizing – to create such a dense and dimensional imagery that such disparate forms create a unified whole. Every element is essential. Without the counterpoint the main point falls flat. <<

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