Rocky Mountains, Lander's Peak By Albert Ronstadt

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In Albert Ronstadt‘s Rocky Mountains, Lander‘s Peak, he uses primary colors, blue for the sky and yellow for the grass and animals. He mixes the blue and yellow to create the secondary color green to paint the trees, grass, and in some of the Hilltops. He uses cool colors for the sky. I see tint in middle and on top of the mountains.To make the dark areas he shades them. The waterfall makes the painting feel calm and peaceful because he uses a monochromatic colors scheme. looking at this painting I see a lot of Value in the tone and brightness in the sky, waterfall, and those big boulders. He uses neutral colors in the tepees and animals. The warm color I noticed in the painting is yellow in the animal and and in some the grass.You can see

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