This helps to create a close up look at the view outside the window suggesting the intimacy between the artist and the habitat outside. This is because the focus is almost wholly given to the view outside the window. The view, which is embellished by the presence of flowers sitting on the windowsill, and creepers climbing on the railing, is located in the center of the composition. Despite the lack of a line of symmetry and any logic or geometric order, Matisse has been able to draw the attention of the viewer’s eye through the use of bright colours, almost fluorescent, which were used to portray the calm sea with its floating blue boats, and the sky tinted with the colours of the sunset. The calm sea at the horizon is painted with unreal tones of pink, sky blue, and violet whereas the boat, painted with tones of indigo, orange and green, seem to move along with the light breeze.
The light of the bright sun highlights the incense pot in the photograph; however, the incense pot is not as prominent as the Buddha statue. The colors in the photo are cool tones and are triadic colors from each other, giving the photograph a calming feel to the viewer’s emotions. The general aspect of the curved lines on the Buddha face and clothes also makes the photograph easy to view for the viewer
There is also a strong connection with cycles, the natural world, and, specifically, water. The moon’s presence within Fair Moon is no different from this classical depiction, irrevocably tied to water and related feminine tasks. This connection with water, indicating to the reader that this poem’s moon is also possessive of the other classical characteristics, is not difficult to find. The moon is “baht[ing]”, “pour[ing]”, and possesses “floods”
The “gleam in the sun, a soft, white note in the dun-colored landscape, and the pure blue line of the lake horizon” paints a vivid image of the calm and tranquil scene Larson has created (129). Attention to color is mentioned throughout the novel to reiterate the liveliness of the city. The “soft yellows, pinks, and purples” and “brilliant blues” all span throughout the fair, adding to the beauty and lightness of the event (267). Conversely, previously the scene was pictured as peaceful and calm, but is later in the same sentence described as having a “rugged and barren foreground” (129). The contrast seen by the audience serves as a reminder that even though things may seem tranquil and at ease, there is still an undiscovered crime taking place at the same times.
This metal piece spans the opening at the top of the vault with curving wings. Light is reflected of the aluminum to the interior walls of the vaults and softly illuminated the gallery space in a soft glow. While the building catches the eye with elements like white travertine walls and heavy concrete vaults, there is no doubt that the natural light illuminating the gallery is the aspect most likely to be considered monumental. This light effect would not be possible without the attention to structure given by Kahn and, therefore, gives merit to Kahn’s claim that monumentality is achieved through
The neo-impressionistic technique makes the color of the painting reveals a real sense of Parisian 's outside on a sunny day and a real strong sense of sunlight streaming through the trees. The viewers can quickly feel the warmth and temperature when they look at the vibrantly portrayed artwork. Pointillism makes the picture”alive” as well as it provides a three-dimensional feel to the viewers.
Personification can be used in so many ways, from making a spoon fly to trees dancing, all of which help give the poem more life and support the theme. In “Hunter’s Moon,” Fisk uses personification to provide more vivid pictures when describing the kelp and sky and bring the moon to life. In lines 1 and 2, “the sky slips down the rungs of its blue ladder”. Suggesting that as time goes on, the sky is getting darker and darker, creeping closer and closer to the end. Throughout the poem, the moon is described as shining on us all, but when Fisk writes “Its pale gaze caresses the lovers…” (lines 12-13), this line could be interpreted as Fisk trying to hint at another way of representing the moon; way of subtly suggesting to readers that the moon
The vivid and contrasting colours of the first stanza might indicate either that it is evening rather than late night or that the moon shines very bright. The image of the dead oak enhances the fantastic, mystical atmosphere of the scene. As oak trees symbolise persistence and
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.