The painting on the right is known as The Boulevard Montmarte and is done by Camille Pissaro.Camille Pissaro is known for using bright colors in his palette. The Boulevard Montmarte was painted from the balcony of Hotel de Russie, where Pissaro was staying. The artist has used large brush strokes and it is applied very carefully on the canvas. Camille made different paintings but used the same setting. The artist painted during different times of the day.
He was probably just writing as everything happened at that overwhelming moment. The octave’s rhyme scheme in this particular poem is ABBAACCA, followed by the sestet with the rhyme scheme DEFDFE. In line 1 the speaker is describing the scene of the sunset, telling the reader that it is evening and he also introduces the reader to a calm tone. The use of syntax is noteworthy in line 1 as the poet puts the words “calm and free” at the end of the line to emphasise the calmness that he is experiencing. Sunset is one of the main themes of the poem, as his entire experience happened while the sun was setting over the sea.
While the shade of the island mixes together with the sea the splendid white shade of the vessel emerges. Additionally, even it's littler than the island it is more enlightened. This scene utilizes direct key. It's not by any means brilliant however there aren't a great deal of shadows also the scene utilizes Long Shot. Pi is still obviously noticeable in the scene and it additionally demonstrates a portion of the island, the sea and a smidgen of the sky.The camera in this shot is in High Angle.
In some areas, the paint used in the dots is the same color as the block of paint adjacent to the one the dots are inside. For example, in one of the purple quadrilaterals adjacent to the green expanse of color, the dots are a dark green that is similar in shade to the green used for the overall tree line. The vertical and horizontal lines on the cliff face create a series of quadrilaterals that give the painting rhythm and repetition. This repetition is almost soothing, offsetting the assertion of the vertical lines and complimenting the placidity of the horizontal ones. Overall, the unity of the painting comes primarily from the visual elements.
As the novice of Chardin and Boucher, who were Rococo artist, Fragonard had won the Prix de Rome and was able to attend the academy in France. Fragonard’s paintings were filled with high origin and importance as one of the last major artist of the rococo movement. His works shows to be filled with liveliness and elegance. One characteristics of Fragonard’s painting is his use of color especially in his work in Fig 1, The Swing that was done in 1766. In this painting, his intention was to flatter Baron and his mistress, giving them a carefree and trivial painting that provides a sense of intimacy in the moment of their relationship.
His inspiration for this painting came from his fascination with the abundant swimming pools in L.A and the life that was characterized by wealth, glamour, and luxury. “A Bigger Splash” is a naturalistic painting. The painting itself has a very modern feel to it, with cool colors like bright blue for the water and the sky, a pinkish single story house that involves sliding doors in the background, and a bright yellow diving board that pops out
Descriptive Essay Far away from this busy life I seek a quiet place that absorbs all of my worries and stress. A place where I can feel close to the nature. The first place that crosses my mind when I even think about getting away from this stressful life is an oceanic view. I always desire to visit a place that has stunning view of clear blue water as it leaves me savoring every moment spent on the beach. Ocean has always been such a lovely place for me.
The opening line expresses the gentle and calm beauty of evening on the French Coast- „it is a beauteous evening, calm and free‟. Sunset could be a sacred or holy time to Wordsworth as he compares the time of day to a holy nun adoring God. He is praising the beauty of the evening. In the fifth line, the poet shows the beauty of the evening by suggesting that heaven has nested [broods] on the sea. He may mean that heaven is hovering over the sea at this time, thinking.
Whereas in my negative paragraph I talk about “The weeds in the garden seem to have grown everywhere,” and leave it in my positive scene where it would have changed the pleasant essence of description. Show vs tell I used “show sentences”, in order to make my writing more picturesque. This way the readers can imagine the space vividly in their head. For example, I talk about “.filtering sun rays makes the water glisten,” “Quivering in agony they shred the few leaves left on them”. This information about the lawn magnifies the imaginative quality of the
Love At First Sight The Maldives; the sky, a vast infinite blue shining brightly. No sunset can compare to the Maldives pink, blue, yellow, orange- an awe-inspiring kaleidoscope of colors, they soothe the soul. The duck-egg blue of the sky blended in admirably with the clean, soft water, it was beautiful, just like a masterpiece painted by Picasso that came to life right in front of my eyes. It's beauty like none other. The water sparkled with an objective purity, so clear, soft, gentle, and so clean.